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Curatorial Intensive

Summer School “Commoning Artistic and Curatorial Education”, CAMP Notes on education, documenta fifteen, Kassel. Photo: (c) Jan-Gottfried Esser

Curatorial Intensive – ZK/U Berlin

21. – 26. Juli 2024

ZK/U BerlinSiemensstr. 27, 10551, Berlin, Germany

OnCurating & PhD in Practice in Curating, University of Reading
in Kollaboration mit OnCurating Academy Berlin & ZK/U Berlin

Wie prägt die kuratorische Praxis unser Selbst- und Gemeinschaftsgefühl, unsere Subjektivität und Kollektivität, und welche unterschwelligen Botschaften vermittelt sie? In einer Zeit kultureller Kontroversen, die oft bestehende Vorurteile verstärken, wollen wir einen durchdachten, rigorosen und manchmal spielerischen kuratorischen Dialog anstoßen. Das Curatorial Intensive beginnt mit einem packenden Vortrag am Abend, bevor am nächsten Tag ein dynamischer, praktischer Workshop folgt. Fünf innovative Kuratorinnen und Kuratoren des PhD-Programms in Kuration an der Universität Reading werden ihre umfassende Forschungsarbeit, die auf ihrer Dissertation basiert, vorstellen und die Teilnehmer zu anregenden Übungen und Diskussionen einladen.

Die Publikationen der Doktorand*innen finden Sie hier: www.on-curating.org/books

Programm

Das Programm findet in Englisch statt!

Dorothee Richter: Talk 21 July 2024 (evening), Workshop 22 July 2024
Curating: Politics of Display, Politics of Site, Politics of Transfer and Translation, Poli-tics of Knowledge Production. A Fragmented and Situated Theory of Curating

Hadas Kedar: Talk 22 July 2024 (evening), Workshop 23 July 2024
Keeping the Edges Open: Towards an Inclusive Curatorial Practice in the Negev and Beyond

Maayan Sheleff: Talk 23 July 2024 (evening), Workshop 24 July 2024
Echoing with a Difference––Curating Voices and the Politics of Participation

Ronald Kolb: Talk 24 July 2024 (evening), Workshop 25 July 2024
Curating as Governmental Practices: Post-Exhibitionary Practices under Translocal Conditions in Governmental Constella-tions

Tommaso Speretta: Talk 25 July 2024 (evening), Workshop 26 July 2024
Cruising Curating: Notes on a Promiscuous Methodology for the Curatorial

 

Workshop Description

Dorothee Richter’s workshop “Curating – Politics of Display, Politics of Site, Politics of Transfer and Translation, Politics of Knowledge Production”
 understands curating as a multifaceted practice deeply intertwined with societal transformations. This workshop covers the politics of display, site, and translation, advocating for new formats and temporalities in art and curatorial practices to address contemporary issues of inclusion, labor reorganization, and cultural policies.

Hadas Kedar: Keeping the Edges Open – Towards an Inclusive Curatorial Practice in the Negev and Beyond explores the culture of the Arab Bedouin indigenous population in Israel's Negev desert. This workshop highlights curatorial methods that recontextualize this often misrepresented and appropriated culture, aiming to elevate its presence in the international cultural discourse.

Maayan Sheleff: Echoing with a Difference – Curating Voices and the Politics of Participation investigates the interplay between individual voices and collective identities through speaking assemblies. This workshop examines the curatorial voice amid political censorship and identity politics, using activities like reading, speaking, and singing to challenge and deconstruct essentialist definitions of identity.

Ronald Kolb: Curating as Governmental Practices – Post-Exhibitionary Practices under Translocal Conditions engages in post-exhibitionary practices that foster direct, self-critical exchanges between art institutions and audiences. This workshop focuses on the dynamic, asymmetric power relations in exhibitionary contact zones and aims to enhance embodied knowledge and insight.

Tommaso Speretta’s “Cruising Curating: Notes on a Promiscuous Methodology for the Curatorial” delves into a promiscuous research methodology, examining how cruising can inform curatorial practices. This workshop discusses the curatorial as a space that embraces uncertainty and challenges societal norms, fostering diverse forms of becoming and knowledge production.

Each workshop promises a unique blend of theoretical insights and practical exercises, inviting participants to engage critically with the evolving landscape of curatorial practice.

Bewerbung

Bewerbungsfrist: 10. Juli 2024

Kursgebühren
für Studierende: 350 Euro. Hier bewerben.
regulär: 600 Euro. Hier bewerben.

Die Vorträge sind öffentlich.

Info

Hier mehr erfahren: www.on-curating.org/curatorial-intensive-2024 
oder kontaktieren: info(at)on-curating.org