“If you start to understand the goal of curating to be about generating dialogue, or new sorts of social relations, or unusual forms of knowledge exchange–then that becomes the project’s focus and guides all curatorial decisions. The objects/images you choose to include may be aesthetically charged and of interest to an art-oriented crowd, but the ways that you curatorially activate those objects through co-creation or orchestrated dialogical exchanges has the potential of attracting much broader publics who want to engage with the issues that the art works raise.”Lydia Matthews
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Apr 15th, 2015
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