Each research program has running projects.
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Postdoctoral research on the ethical, legal, and social aspects of AI in the realm of public safety
Artistic Process Futures and AI
The pilot project Artistic Process Futures and AI aims to explore the role and potential implications of AI technologies for supporting the artistic process by developing and engaging in speculative design activities with artists.
Collective research activities
An important part of the Research Station is made up of collective activities and events, often organised by students for students. Examples are the Reading Rhythms Club, the Re:writing group, open mic nights, research interventions and exhibitions and whatever else comes to the table.
Conversations on Educating Research
What could a learning trajectory for research look like? What are the different approaches, methods, and contexts to teaching research within the WdKA?
Donna Haraway’s Pet Shop
Postdoctoral research on how systems design can be used in art and design education
Through workshops, presentations and informal gatherings, Experimental Writing will offer space and time to find out together what writing could mean and do in the art academy.
From Commons to NFTs
From Commons to NFTs is a publication and conference examining the shift from abundance to scarcity, from communities to markets, and how artists can respond to these shifts.
Lexicon of research methods
The lexicon of research methods brings together methods for research in arts and design as taught and used at the WdKA.
Making Matters: Bridging Art, Design and Technology through Material Practices
This project investigates collective practices of experimenting with material forms of critique in order to reimagine the world(s) we inhabit; practices that often exist in between contemporary art, design and technological experimentation.
Matricentric feminism, critical self-organization, and autonomy
Painting with Bulldozers
This postdoctoral research project proposes to observe and chronicle the unique properties of the Marker Wadden as an exemplar industrial and creative collaboration, and a case of adaptive governance.
Permacomputing in the Arts
Postdoctoral research on the application of permacomputing principles in art and design education
The PRESAGE consortium is engaging the public and working towards aligning the decisions we make about human germline gene editing technology with what we value and consider important as a society.
Redefining cultural entrepreneurship theory and education
Learning from visual artists in the Netherlands from an intersectional perspective
Storming the Gamergate
PhD research questioning how videogames can be used as feminist tactical media to expose the root of exclusions pervasive to gaming communities
Zines as Academic Platform
Postdoctoral research on how to communicate academic research to a broad audience
Zoom-in is a yearly series of film portraits following a group of students with different backgrounds, who are about to graduate at the Willem de Kooning Academy.