Both Sides Now
Report on ambiguity and sustainability in international projects in higher arts education
Based on practical experiences, the authors reflect upon potentials and paradoxes involved in
employing sustainability as core concept in international educational art projects. Inspired by
ecological thinking (Morton 2021) and ambiguity (Gielen 2020), they propose international
exchange as a prosperous context for developing complex and nuanced understandings of current
problematics of contemporary life.
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