Seminar 71 // 10, 11, 12, 13 October 2018 // London

Thursday 11 October
Richard Hoggart Building
Room 137a

On October 11th we will hold a half day conference looking at the potentialities of the curatorial to effect social lives. Since its inception in 2006, the Curatorial/Knowledge program has focused on how to shift from the professional practice of ‘curating’, to the ‘curatorial’ as producing the event of knowledge. One of its aims has been to explore creating a proximity between knowledges and exhibitionary strategies. Another has been to treat research as the main event of the curatorial, rather than as a preliminary activity. Valuing study and research as forms of public activity, Curatorial/Knowledge has posed questions about how we make things manifest and how we identify stakeholders within introverted processes.

The event is free. All are welcome!
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Opening remarks from Irit Rogoff and Stefan Nowotny
Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung presentation and discussion
Conversation 1
Doreen Mende, Ines Moreira, Theodor Ringborg, Carolina Rito
Ana Teizeira Pinto presentation and discussion
Conversation 2
Bassam el Baroni, Sarah Pierce, Joshua Simon, Aneta Szylak, Grant Watson

Organised by the Department of Visual Cultures
Supported by The Goethe Institute London






Seminar Dates: 
Wed, 10/10/2018 - 11:00 - Sat, 13/10/2018 - 13:00