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Lisirui Wang / Curating (2022-2023)[SEM2]

Week12 My own online curating project

The understanding of Pain: Collective memory and Mystery views Our collective project website: 2023 CATs Art Exhibition As a final presentation of this course, I have created the website for my online curatorial project. For my online curatorial project ‘The… Continue Reading →

Week10 Major and minor

In China, An old but beautiful story has always been spread around the nation, it is related to the Friendship on the surface but it could be understood as tacit agreement or a sense of understanding each other deeply. The… Continue Reading →

Response and reflection to peer review

  I was very pleased to receive a comment on my blog and project from Tianxin Peng, who has obviously spent a lot of time researching and analysing my project and subject matter, and I am very grateful for the… Continue Reading →

Week9 James Clegg visit and my curatorial rationale

  This week James Clegg takes us back to Talbot Rice Gallery. Unlike the third week, which introduced the form and realisation of curating, this exhibition, The Accursed Share, is themed around subject matter and content. The main theme of… Continue Reading →

Week 11 Peer Review Process and my two questions

  By commenting on Xiaotong’s essay, I not only learnt from her approach to developing her curatorial thinking, such as constantly expanding her interests through real-life exhibitions to build connections to more content, but also from her essay to see… Continue Reading →

Peer Review to Xiaotong Wu

  Through reading Xiaotong’s blog, which is a very careful account of her learning process, I firstly appreciate her careful study habits and the fact that she has completed her assignments in full as required by the end of class,… Continue Reading →

Week 8 Issues and interviews detail

  Participation has been a challenge for me this week to think about my own project. Because on the web, it is harder to show how to think about form in both individual and collective projects and to increase interaction… Continue Reading →

Week 7 Identity definition

  In week 7, beth continued the project management component of last week’s response session by organising group projects to focus everyone more on their roles and skills learned. In this she grouped people around similar conceptual themes so that… Continue Reading →

Week 6 Content and Form

During the workshop on week 6, Beth gave a presentation around the basics of project management, and in response to this, I have made some changes and reworked elements of my personal plan in terms of strategy. During the previous… Continue Reading →

Week4 Ethnic minority areas: Culture policy, Art organization and Creative development

  How to think about what the current results of 50 years of cultural devolution in Scotland tell us about the environment for the development of contemporary art in other ethnic minority areas? It’s important to recognize that the cultural… Continue Reading →

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