The third and last edition of the pop-up magazine series re/framing the international.
re/framing the international is a collection of texts and reports featuring trends, stories and reflections on new ways of working internationally in the arts. In the framework of a research trajectory of the Flanders Arts Institute, this publication seeks to break open that which is being taken for granted, by means of essays and conversations with artists, as well as inspirational gatherings and conferences.
In this edition:
- Dirk De Wit and Karl van den Broeck – Culture in Europe’s external relations policy. An interview with Walter Zampieri, Andrew Murray and Koen Verlaeckt
- Simon Leenknegt – A Portrait of the Artist as a Traveller
- Tom Van Imschoot – Being on the move. A conversation with Bára Sigfúsdóttir.
- Nico Kennes – Nothing ventured nothing gained. The International in Teun Verbruggen
- Pier Luigi Sacco – Post-millennium tension
- Hilde Teuchies – Reclaiming the European Commons. Part three.
- Dirk De Wit – The role of private foundations in supporting independent culture
- Personal statements by Simon Delobel, Ils Huygens, Rósa Ómarsdóttir, Einat Tuchman Wouter Vandenabeele, Phillip Van den Bossche, Benjamin Verdonck, Kris Verdonck and Wim Wabbes