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The aim of the Fruitmarket Gallery is to provide a multi-layered approach to artists and their artistic interpretations. It is an open space, a collaborative space that creates new connections, providing access to all audiences and opportunities to work collaboratively with other cultural organisations. Fiona Bradley is the Director of the Fruitmarket and prior to […]

My curatorial commitment Critical thinking towards oneself so that unconscious prejudices can be reviewed Have a relationship with artists as equals and never use their power or influence to force them to associate with them Consider the impact on the environment as important Selecting artworks with an impartial perspective Eliminating dominant voices Being inclusive ・What […]

Issues of curating street art (W2) Context of street art Street art has a strong connection to the context of the town (social, political, cultural etc.) (like site-specific art?). Therefore, the identity of the work may be lost if it is separated from it. belonging to street art If the wall is cut out, it […]

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