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Occupy Curating? Politics, Protests and the Future of Curatorial Practice 2011 by Alfredo Cramerotti

Occupy Curating? Politics, Protests and the Future of Curatorial Practice  2011

talk, seminar, debate

The talk ‘Occupy Curating? Politics, Protests and the Future of Curatorial Practice’ asked the question whether curatorial content can be artist generated, or even viewer-generated, in the same way that democracy could be generated by the creative individuals, or just regular individuals, who happen to live in it. - - - - - - Jeffrey Swartz (Art Critic) chaired a panel discussion with Alfredo Cramerotti (Director, Mostyn), Jose Falconi (Curator, Latin American Art Forum), Oxana Maleeva (Curator, Art Apart), William Morrow (Director, 21C Museum), Kathy Noble (Curator, Tate Modern), Steve Picolo (Artist)