“I try to orchestrate events which may or may not include exhibitions, but that bring multiple perspectives and multiple bodies of knowledge together to investigate a topic that is of common interest to all. I like to think of curating as a kind of a performative “expanded workshop” practice. For me, how artists and designers function in dialogue with people from other disciplines is key, so acknowledging the ethics involved in curating is core.”Lydia Matthews
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Dec 31st, 2014
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