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Curator of the Week: Hans Ulrich Obrist

I see a curator as a catalyst, generator and motivator— a sparring partner, accompanying the artist while they build a show, and a bridge builder, creating a bridge to the public.

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Installations layout development

Using “SketchUp” we managed to create our venue in 3D. This program was advised to us to use it in order to have a better view of our layout and also to make things more simple in some way. 127 more words


Group Evaluation - "The Collective"

The word “collective” stands for a group of people speaking in a collective voice about similar issues relating to emotions and human condition.
We are exploring the concept of a human nature which is fragile and “unstable as dust”, in perpetual becoming. 433 more words


Sachihiro Goods - A Passage Through Time.

Life is a passage to destination unknown. We will have to pass through days and nights, love and relationships, rough and cool and then we will see every aspects of life but one at a time till the journey ends. 126 more words


Curators Visits to Talbot Studios December 2016

A group of the artists in Talbot Studios came together to invite a range of curators for scheduled visits to the individual artist’s studios. We had a great uptake on the invitation and over two days – Thursday 8th December and Friday 9th December – seven curators including – Olivier Cornet (Olivier Cornet Gallery), Seán Kissane (IMMA), Mary Cremin (Temple Bar Gallery), Eoin O’Dowd (Eight Gallery), Sheena Barrett (The LAB), Niamh Brown (Ormston House) and Michelle Doyle (Independent) visited the studios. 65 more words

Claire Halpin

Valve Still Hasn't Fixed Steam Curators

(Source: steamed.kotaku.com)

As part of the recent Steam front page revamp, Valve gave curators an even more prominent spot and added functionality so that they can list games as “not recommended” or provide Steam users with neutral information. 705 more words


Body Culture exhibition


In conversation with Dr Emma Rich – Body Culture exhibition 2011

Dr Emma Rich is a Senior Lecturer in the Department for Health at the University of Bath, with research interests in the body and physical culture – how learning about and through the body (body pedagogies) takes place in relation to different physical cultures, spaces and sites (including formal institutions and informal sites of learning such as popular culture). 871 more words