Friday, March 11 - 2:00PM to 2:45PM
The 2011 curatorial roundtable will address the question of the relationship between the curator, artist and audience by focusing on the methods by which curators are working to gain visibility for artistic practice and the curatorial responsibility in contextualizing that practice for the viewer. With the option to view art in many venues-including the increasing popularity of computer generated environments on the Internet-how does the curatorial approach to exhibition-making vary according to the forum? In addition, how does the meaning of these spaces alter the role of the curator? The roundtable will be led by Kalia Brooks, and supported by Hannah Frieser and Miriam Romais.