The end of the curator: on curatorial acts as collective production of knowledge
thesisposted on 29.06.2017 by Corina Oprea
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'The End of The Curator: On Curatorial Acts as Collective Production of Knowledge' explores the convoluted liaison between knowledge production, collectivity and curating, through practices that have been neglected by mainstream curatorial platforms and art history. Bearing in mind the extensive usage of the notion knowledge production , my practice based research is guided by the question what forms of collective knowledge can curatorial practice produce?
Loughborough University, School of the Arts studentship.
- The Arts, English and Drama