reverse pedagogy, paul butlerreverse pedagogy, paul butler
reverse pedagogy, paul butler

reverse pedagogy 1 (2008). 20 artists gathered for a four-week residency. they organized field trips, activities, and projects based on the goals and expectations of the group. "there existed no pressure to produce work or even attend activities and events." though objects were produced, it is the context in which they are produced that is significant and should be considered in context of the full performative enterprise

https://www.pbca.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/c-magazine.pdf

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