Category Archives: Teaching

The Museum of Future Fossils

The Museum of Future Fossils is an ongoing, large scale project, comprising pedagogy and course work, a speculative exhibition, workshops, and a catalogue for a non-existent exhibition. Further description coming soon. Image: still from Fatberg film, Museum of London, 2018

The Museum of Future Fossils

The Museum of Future Fossils is an ongoing, large scale project, comprising pedagogy and course work, a speculative exhibition, workshops, and a catalogue for a non-existent exhibition. Further description coming soon. Image: still from Fatberg film, Museum of London, 2018

95% Invisible: The Art of Storage

This year’s Museum and Curatorial Studies practicum exhibition considered practices of art storage, ranging from storing art in nuclear waste facilities, to hoarding, to Geneva Free Ports. For the first time, we made use of augmented reality in the exhibition

95% Invisible: The Art of Storage

This year’s Museum and Curatorial Studies practicum exhibition considered practices of art storage, ranging from storing art in nuclear waste facilities, to hoarding, to Geneva Free Ports. For the first time, we made use of augmented reality in the exhibition

Protectorate 1: A Darker Side of the Moon

Protectorate 1 was an exhibition curated as a part of the VAS/VAH4485 Museum and Curatorial Practicum in 2016-17. Here is the exhibition description: Since the Apollo 11 lunar landing in 1969, artefacts – ranging from flags and equipment to ephemeral

Protectorate 1: A Darker Side of the Moon

Protectorate 1 was an exhibition curated as a part of the VAS/VAH4485 Museum and Curatorial Practicum in 2016-17. Here is the exhibition description: Since the Apollo 11 lunar landing in 1969, artefacts – ranging from flags and equipment to ephemeral

Radical Museum

In 2016 I taught a graduate class titled Radical Museum. The full syllabus, including student contributions, can be accessed here. Since the first days of the institutionalization of collections, museums have been targets for radical thought and action from all

Radical Museum

In 2016 I taught a graduate class titled Radical Museum. The full syllabus, including student contributions, can be accessed here. Since the first days of the institutionalization of collections, museums have been targets for radical thought and action from all

Cabinet of Shadows: The Reliquary for Lost Animals

Cabinet of Shadows was an exhibition curated by students in my VAS/VAH Museum and Curatorial Practicum class in 2015-16. A catalogue is available here. The website can be accessed here. More images of the exhibition can be seen here. Cabinet

Cabinet of Shadows: The Reliquary for Lost Animals

Cabinet of Shadows was an exhibition curated by students in my VAS/VAH Museum and Curatorial Practicum class in 2015-16. A catalogue is available here. The website can be accessed here. More images of the exhibition can be seen here. Cabinet

Beneath the Surface: The Archives of Arthur Nestor

This website and catalogue are the archive of a parafictional exhibition undertaken by third and fourth year undergraduates enrolled in Museum and Curatorial Studies. In December 1975, Dr. Arthur Nestor, a zoologist and professor at Western University, quit his job

Beneath the Surface: The Archives of Arthur Nestor

This website and catalogue are the archive of a parafictional exhibition undertaken by third and fourth year undergraduates enrolled in Museum and Curatorial Studies. In December 1975, Dr. Arthur Nestor, a zoologist and professor at Western University, quit his job

Famously Anonymous

Famously Anonymous: Dafen Does van Gogh was an exhibition curated in 2013 by students in VAH3385. Famously Anonymous considered the global market for reproduction art works. Most of these works are entirely legal and created for customers across the world

Famously Anonymous

Famously Anonymous: Dafen Does van Gogh was an exhibition curated in 2013 by students in VAH3385. Famously Anonymous considered the global market for reproduction art works. Most of these works are entirely legal and created for customers across the world