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The Curator's Workshop: Cannibalism & Hybridity. Acting from the periphery.
19:00 on 11 April 2019
The Curator’s Workshop is a monthly discussion group opened to curators, artists, writers, researchers, students and other arts professionals as well as amateurs interested in a critical reflection around curatorial practices (exhibitions, displays, discursive and performative forms, public engagement…) and related theory.
The Curator’s Workshop aims to be a platform open to different perspectives of research and will invite a new member/professional each month to share material and reflections in order to foster new discussions.
In our first meeting, we will speak about forms of cannibalism and hybridity in art as a postcolonial gesture starting from texts by Inti Guerrero and Huma Bhabha. The texts are available to download here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SrEA_-Tmf0Ro0EHiTudZj9Tms1sgUZtU