Symposium: Curating in feminist thought

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PUNK IS DADA, MEAT SPACE # MY GIRLFRIEND IS THE REVOLUTION PUNK IS DADA (video still), 2014.

Symposium: Curating in feminist thought

Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK)Friday, May 6, 5:30–9pm

Migros Museum
Limmatstrasse 270
8005 Zürich

Saturday, May 7, 10am–5pm

Zurich University of the Arts
Pfingstweidstrasse 96,
8005 Zürich

www.curating.org
www.oncurating.org

Concept by Elke Krasny, Lara Perry, Dorothee Richter

With contributions by Amelia Jones, Maura Reilly, Helena Reckitt, Sigrid Schade, Dorothee Richter, Lara Perry, Elke Krasny, Hilary Robinson, Stella Rollig, Lina Džuverović and Irene Revell, Laura Castagnini, Susanne Clausen, Michaela Melian. Videoprogramme: Martina Mullaney, Szuper Gallery, Liv Wynter, Louise Fitzgerald, PUNK IS DADA

For the detailed programme please see here
Admission is free, with limited attendance, only few left. Please register via e-mail: ronald.kolb@zhdk.ch

 

Friday, May 6
Migros Museum fuer Gegenwartskunst, Zürich

5:30–6pm
Sigrid Schade and Heike Munder
Dorothee Richter, Elke Krasny, and Lara Perry: Greetings and Introduction

6–7:30pm
Amelia Jones: “Feminist Subjects versus Feminist Effects: The Curating of Feminist Art (or is it the Feminist Curating of Art?)”

7:30–8:10pm
Videoprogramme compiled by Susanne Clausen and Dorothee Richter “The Six Enemies of Greatness”: Videos by Martina Mullaney, Szuper Gallery, Liv Wynter, Louise Fitzgerald, PUNK IS DADA

8:10–9pm
Dinner

9pm
Michaela Melian as DJane: Sound and Music

 

Saturday, May 7
University of the Arts, Zurich, ZHdK

10–10:30am
Hilary Robinson: Feminism meets the Big Exhibition: Museum Survey Shows since 2005

10:30–11am
Helena Reckitt: Citation, Annotation, Translation: Reflections on Italian Feminisms and the Now You Can Go programme

11–11:30am
Maura Reilly and Lara Perry in conversation: Living the Revolution

11:30–11:45am
Short break

11:45am–12:15pm
Dorothee Richter: Feminist Perspectives on Curating and a case study

12:15–12:45pm
Nana Adusei Poku: Who do we care for? Creating [head-]space for political imaginaries

12:45–1:15pm
Discussion

1:15–2pm
Lunch break

2–2:30pm
Stella Rollig: “In Search of the Feminist (in the) Institution”

2:30–3pm
Michaela Melian: “Exhibition as Medium”

3–3:30pm
Elke Krasny: “Curatorial Materialism: A Feminist Perspective on Independent and Co-Dependent Curating”

3:30–4pm
Lina Džuverović & Irene Revell (presented by Lina Džuverović): Notes on assumptions, expectations, confidence and doubt in the feminist art organisation

4–5pm
Discussion and apero

 

Publication launch: May 6
OnCurating Issue 29: Curating in Feminist Thought
Eds. Elke Krasny Lara Perry, Dorothee Richter
With contributions by Sigrid Schade, Heike Munder, Dorothee Richter, Lara Perry, Elke Krasny, Amelia Jones, Hilary Robinson, Gabrielle Moser and Helena Reckitt, Maura Reilly, Stella Rollig and Juliane Saupe, Lina Džuverović and Irene Revell, Victoria Horne & Kirsten Lloyd & Jenny Richards & Catherine Spencer, Laura Castagnini, Nanne Buurman, Susanne Clausen, Michaela Melian

 

Organized by
CAS/MAS Curating, ZHdK, DKV, ICS, Center of Further Education
OnCurating.org in cooperation with the  fCU, feminist curators united, Department of Art, University of Reading, Research Platform for Curatorial and Cultural Studies, Practice-Based Doctoral Programme, and Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst.

 

New OnCurating publications:
Issue 28: Imagine Law, ed. Avi Feldman
Issue 27: Ephemera Issue
Issue 26: Curating Degree Zero Archive. Curatorial Research
Open Curating Studio, Gasthaus zum Bären / Museum Bärengasse

 

Supported by
Postgraduate Programme in Curating
ICS, DKV, ZHdK, Centre Further Education
Toni-Areal, Pfingstweidstrasse 96
Postfach
CH-8031 Zurich
Switzerland

Next application deadline: June 30, 2016

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