“I see it [curating] as the ability to think temporally and spatially about initiating dialogue. Those are the processes that interest me—being able to convene a wide range of people, in the creative disciplines and their particular contribution. I’m rarely compelled by how one might conceive of a one-person show or an art historical moment or a trend in a discipline in and of itself. I would go to exhibitions that do that but I myself am not interested in doing that kind of work.”Radhika Subramaniam
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Dec 30th, 2014
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