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Contemporary Curating in the Context of the Transnational

A one-day symposium investigating recent shifts within curatorial practices.

This one-day symposium will investigate recent shifts within curatorial practices regarding the tensions between representations of national identities and the increasingly globalised character of contemporary art. Internationally renowned curators, artists and writers will discuss critical practices that engage in the mapping of such territories of exchange.

Contributors include: Michael Asbury, Oriana Baddeley, Maria Clara Bernal, Guy Brett, Deborah Cherry, Mark Nash, Johan Pijnappel, Toshio Watanabe, Claudia Wegener.

In association with Camberwell Arts Festival and University of the Arts’ Research Centre for Transnational Art, Identity and Nation.


Dr Michael Asbury | talks
Professor Oriana Baddeley | talks
Maria Clara Bernal | talks
Guy Brett | talks
Deborah Cherry | talks
Mark Nash | talks
Johan Pijnappel | talks
Toshio Watanabe | talks
Claudia Wegener | talks


Date and Time:

14 June 2005 at 10:00 am


Full Day



Camberwell College of Arts
Lecture Hall
Wilson Road
020 7514 6402

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