Curator Matt Roberts talks to Jane Watt about how and why he set up the London-based organisation Matt Roberts Arts and the importance of providing support and a platform for emerging and mid-career artists, curators and arts professionals.
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Simon Tegala tells how he needs to adopt many different roles to realise the production of his curatorial projects.
The Centre of Attention (Pierre Coinde and Gary O’Dwyer) reveal their approach to ‘participatory curating’.
Rachel Garfield explains how a desire to critique dominant models of the mainstream informs her curatorial practice.
Shezad Dawood discusses how he see curation as an opportunity to explore the interplay between his own work and that of other artists.
Erica Tan describes her career as requiring her to undertake different roles, of which ‘artist’ and ‘curator’ are only two of many.
Gavin Wade talks about his role as a ‘professional curator’ working outside of an institution.
Jananne Al-Ani describes how her experiences as an artist have informed her development of curatorial projects.
Anne Bean argues that ‘artists who curate’ should lead their own agenda.
Frances Lord discusses her practice as a curator, writer, freelance project manager and art consultant with Jane Watt.
Chris Fite-Wassilak is winner of the inaugural Curatorial Open a new three-year initiative for emerging curators at post graduate level organised by Hayward Touring.
Sally Lai is currently a Clore Leadership Programme fellow and holds an MA in Curating from Goldsmiths College, University of London. Based in Manchester, the wide range of exhibitions and projects she has been involved with reflect her special interest […]
American artist and curator Jen Wu lives and works in London, and is currently an Inspire Curatorial Fellow at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London.
Paul Glinkowski profiles the work of Paul Bonaventura, co-founder of The Laboratory, the research wing of the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art at the University of Oxford, in the fifth article of the ‘Crossing over’ series.