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Proposal

The Food Funeral proposal Apr 14, 2024

week 11

[week 10] Public Programmes

This week we considered public programmes. Case Studies—FACT This week I discussed public programs with the group using FACT as an example. The website provides exhibition space for artists and professionals; the exhibition space is the most central part, which… Continue Reading →

[week 9]Project Management

A curator’s exhibition is a artwork in itself, an integrated and independent expression that also constructs a great ecological mechanism. In this week’s lecture we talked about some of the things we need to consider when curating an exhibition. It’s… Continue Reading →

My Peer Review of Jane’s Blog

Jane’s blog is a detailed record of her thoughts on both her individual and collective projects; she sought to make the Anthropocene ecological crisis the central topic of her exhibition practice. In the third week, she built this topic by… Continue Reading →

[week 9] Site

This week’s course explores the concept of SITES in art curation, including site-specific, site-responsive, and site-sensitive artworks, covering physical, historical, social, and anthropological aspects.Julie introduces the different types of spaces such as domestic,public,post industrial and heritagespaces, and analyses their impact… Continue Reading →

[week 7] Archives & Glasgow Field Trip

This week we went to Glasgow, where the artists gave us a discussion about their archiving techniques, many of which involve archival material. Their research focused on challenges in the actual archiving process as well as improvements in archival models,… Continue Reading →

【week 6】PUBLISHING AS CURATING

This week’s theme is PUBLISHING AS CURATING! We investigate the theory of publishing as curatorial practice and analyze its impact on artistic practice, using three case studies (The Phone is the Keyhole; The Penpot, The Heart; How We Hold, Serpentine… Continue Reading →

【week 5】Artorganisations research and development of individual plans

Summerhall is a multi-arts venue with 14 gallery spaces, 2 music performance venues, a cinema, a theatre, 10 fringe performance venues, events and a bar. Summerhall was purchased and converted into an arts venue by Robert McDowell in 2011, with… Continue Reading →

[week 4] Ethical commitments

Despite the increased interest in ethics in the contemporary visual arts field, there is relatively little research done on exhibition ethics, or curatorial ethics. Curators should have their own set of ethical considerations; the relationship between curator and artist is… Continue Reading →

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