Thesis: Making Space

Many curators recognise space as a curatorial medium in which ideas are phrased; however, very few writings address space as a tool in exhibition making and it remains an area of curatorial practise that is under theorised. In light of this critical gap the thesis MAKING SPACE: Spatial Strategies in Art Exhibitions sets out to define specific aspects of making space and explore the potential of space as a curatorial medium. Read More

A Surrealist Proposal

Germano Celent wrote that the Surrealists were among the few to react to the hostile and reductive environment of the white cube gallery “For them the state of contemplation was bursting with disturbances and obsessions nightmares and visions… A Surrealist exhibition was a voyage through the viscera of the unconscious rather than a walk though a void.”

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