Sun 21 Nov 2021–Fri 21 Jan 2022

Krabstadt Education Center. Conflated Places, Learning Pretzel

Jakarta Biennale 2021: ESOK, Indonesia


Ewa EinhornJeuno JE KimKarolin Meunier

Krabstadt Education Center. Conflated Places, Learning Pretzel

For the Jakarta Biennale 2021 the Krabstadt Education Center installed a model, pretzel-shaped learning area that can be used by different groups during the course of the exhibition. KEC met with three non-degree programs in Indonesia: KUNCI’s School of Improper Education, Jatiwangi Art Factory, and Gudskul.

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Ewa Einhorn

Ewa Einhorn is a visual artist and filmmaker working with animation, satirical drawing and documentary formats. She currently teaches at HDK-Valand, Gothenburg University (SE). Influenced by popular culture, her work seeks to unhinge everyday assumptions by misusing language and images. Together with Jeuno JE Kim she has developed the transmedia project „Krabstadt“, which uses comedy and research to dissect the relations between political rhetoric and nations as brands in the Nordic context.


Jeuno JE Kim

Jeuno JE Kim is an artist with a background in feminist theology, music, and radio. Kim’s artistic practice and research focus on sound, performance, video, and text. Her peripatetic interest has an interdisciplinary framework, mixing disparate methods and cultural canons. Her work is influenced by the ongoing modernization in Korea and the Pacific East region, and the urgency of the political, sociological, and cultural issues that permeate this reality such as nationalism, identity construction, and historical narration.


Karolin Meunier

Karolin Meunier is an artist and writer. Her performance, text and videos observe how access to individual experience is accomplished through cultural and standardized practices. She is a Phd candidate at HFBK Hamburg (DE) and her research is oriented towards feminist writing strategies, translation processes, learning methods, and the politics of dialogue. She is part of the collective publisher b_books in Berlin; her artist book on the work of Italian feminist Carla Lonzi is forthcoming in 2022.


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