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Curating as Care Making?

Konferensbidrag (offentliggjort, men ej förlagsutgivet)
Författare Jason E. Bowman
Publicerad i Deep in the Heart of Your Brain Symposium, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow (UK). November 4 2016
Publiceringsår 2016
Publicerad vid Akademin Valand
Språk en
Ämnesord Curating, Institutions, Contemporary Art, Artist Organisaton
Ämneskategorier Bildkonst

Sammanfattning

Two interconnected paradigms in contemporary art - the social and educational turn – spin from processual, participatory and discursive methods that entangle institutions, artists and non-artists (including constituents with lived experience/expertise), and disciplines in a mediatory journey towards as-yet-unknown artworks. Enmeshed, the artist et al. mediate fluctuating registers of knowledge production and exchange, but what specifically of the curator (as obligated by its etymological roots in the Latin for care, cura) in processes that heave with multi-perspectival expectations of communicability? Using artistic examples, in this presentation I want to firstly offer a speculative proposition: that when artists institute formations of intra-organisation by which to propagate, critically and artistically respond to a process of gathered knowledge production they are also employing quasi-curatorial methods. In doing so, I aim to question what may then become curatorship’s accountability. Secondly, I aim to consider – via the speculative notion of ‘the curatorial’ - what may then be made possible in terms of the ‘exhibitionary’ beyond a descriptory designation.

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