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Queer Times School: A Case Study on Socially Engaged Practice and Curatorial Coursing.

Conference contribution
Authors Jason E. Bowman
Published in In Need Of Education
Publisher Northumbria University
Place of publication United Kingdom
Publication year 2018
Published at Valand Academy
Language en
Links baltic.art/whats-on/bxnu-symposium-...
Keywords Curating, Public Programmes, Art Institutions, Socially Engaged Art
Subject categories Visual Arts

Abstract

Jason E. Bowman will use a current art and citizenship project - queer timǝs school and queer timǝs school prints, commissioned for acquisition by Glasgow Museums’ Gallery of Modern Art - as a case study. He will interrogate the implications for the programmed meanings of learning in art institutions if greater emphasis were to be placed on recognising organisational concepts within social practices in art including, in particular, recognition of forms of curating in social practice - when specifically conceived of and delivered by artists - that challenge certain dominant institutional systems, cultures and perceptions of how curating does, where and when curating occurs, and why this matters to what it warrants.

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