Creative Mediation

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Creative Mediation is the name given to the Informal Master of Fine Arts platform organized through the Center of Contemporary Art in Tbilisi, Georgia. First started in 2010 by artist, curator, and author Wato Tsereteli, the CCA-T is a hybrid art institution that functions as a gallery, school, publishing house, and institutional collaborator across national and international levels.[1] The Informal MFA program, started in 2011, takes as its guiding philosophy a proactive engagement with already-existing institutions and systems of exchange. Creative Mediation assumes there are lessons and insight to be drawn from everyday social interaction, and as such positions the artist in the role of mediator of a dynamic set of conditions rather than abstracted from them in an isolated form of individual practice.[2] As a mode of social practice, the 11-month long Informal Master’s program is also organized under the framework of Context Production, where it foregrounds a set of collaborations and methods that are geared toward expanding publics, imagining possible futures, and establishing platforms for ongoing reflection and action.[3]

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzhS-QGiRg8 http://theissuemagazine.com/filter/WATO-TSERETELI/CONVERSATIONS-WITH-WATO-TSERETELI http://www.arterritory.com/en/texts/interviews/2334-the_centre_of_contemporary_art/


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