Politics of Curatorship: Collective and Affective Interventions

Politics of Curatorship: Collective and Affective Interventions
Author: Monica Acciari, Philipp Rhensius
Publisher: Norient Books
Language: English
Pages: 288
Size: 16.5 x 23.5 cm
Weight: 494 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: 9783952544440
Availability: In stock
Price: €34.00
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What happens to curatorial practices when treated as multi-voiced, pluralistic, and process-based? Politics of Curatorship: Collective and Affective Interventions asks what curatorship could be when it is freed from its elitist notions. It assembles a range of different interventions by 32 writers, artists, journalists, and scholars from all over the world. They reflect on curating as a practice of meaning-making that is subject to multiple parameters: contextual, affective, bodily, sensorial, personal, aesthetic, economic, and political.

with 33 contributions incl. short essays, comments, poems, articles, and photo essays by Monia Acciari, AGF aka poemproducer, Ailín Grad aka Aylu, Lynhan Balatbat-Helbock, Lendl Barcelos, Sandeep Bhagwati, Phila Bergmann, Thomas Burkhalter, Vivian Caccuri, Chico Dub, Daniel «duex» Fontana, Andrea Goetzke, Natalie Gravenor, Nikhila H., Rim Jasmin Irscheid, Raphael Kariuki aka DJ Raph, Steph Kretowicz, Felipe Larozza, Ari Robey-Lawrence, Sulgi Lie, Imaad Majeed, Laura Mascarenhas, Thea Reifler, Philipp Rhensius, Sergio Salazar, Rebecca Salvadori, Suvani Suri, Gisela Swaragita, Chafic Tabbara, Lucia Udvardyová, Gita Viswanath, Salomé Voegelin