Research & Development
Reflecting on our recent co-presentation with Reel Asian Film Festival, curator Siya Chen sat down with artist Reena Katz to share a few thoughts on a some of the work in the exhibition.
We had to post this link to ISSUE ZERO after reading the Hito Steyerl critique regarding posting conference lectures online. ISSUE ZERO, while quite short on content at the moment, is a sexy attempt at archiving a live discursive event.
We’re keeping an eye on the Red Hook Journal, the online publishing platform hosted by the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. Aside from noticing a similar design that we’re testing with TPW R&D online (the visible accumulation of connected posts), there’s some great content here.
Foam, the ever evolving and expanding photography organization based in Amsterdam (magazine, museum, blog), celebrated their 10th Anniversary in 2011, marking this achievement with a series of programming under the title: WHAT’S NEXT.
Temporarily relieved of our lovely white cube, we’ve recently launched our new project space – TPW R&D – and its project website. The emphasis of my work for 2012-2013 is ramping up the demand for a critical relationship between showing and thinking.
In March 2011, the doctoral program in art history at the CUNY Graduate Center, Independent Curators International, and the New Museum in New York, co-presented The Now Museum: Contemporary Art, Curating Histories, Alternative Models.
Blog post #4 - "Residing"
Next week marks my last week of actually “residing” at TPW’s R&D space in the first phase of my curatorial residency there. There are finally some things up on the wall, and audio excerpts from the “Unshowable Photographs” panel discussion playing, and a wall painted purple with some vinyl text on it announcing the project.
Here is the audio recording from the Panel Discussion "Unshowable Photographs" at TPW R&D on September 20, 2012.
Gallery TPW and the Reel Asian Film Festival are pleased to co-present the Canadian premiere of video work by Chinese artist Zhou Tao. Showcasing Zhou’s conceptual methodologies, his full body of video works will be accessible across multiple venues during Reel Asian.
Blog post #3 - Aesthetics of Curating
I missed today’s curatorial open studio hours (due to an unexpected and poorly timed migraine) and am very sorry if anyone came by looking for me to find an empty desk. But, I’ll continue to be in the gallery next week, working on how to extend some of the questions that were raised at the first “Coming to Encounter” and Gallery TPW R&D event, a panel discussion on "Unshowable Photographs."