Taking Care: Feminist Curatorial Pasts, Presents and Futures

Victoria Horne, Kirsten Lloyd, Jenny Richards, Catherine Spencer

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Abstract

This conversation took place electronically in March 2016 between four art historians and curators who have been involved with the Edinburgh-based reading group “Social Reproduction in Art, Life and Struggle”. Established in 2014 by Victoria Horne and Kirsten Lloyd, our discussions have so far ranged from witch hunting and the refusal to reproduce, to the politics of communal housing and debates about “dual systems theory” in feminism. Questions concerning the feminist commons have recurred, as has the theme of labour. In the exchange that follows we draw from the debates that emerged through both these meetings and a series of research workshops organised by Victoria Horne, Kirsten Lloyd and Catherine Spencer that dealt more explicitly with the practical and conceptual aspects of curatorship and exhibition-making.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)116-128
JournalOn Curating
Volume29
Publication statusPublished - May 2016

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