Posts Tagged: critical curating

Together We Average as Zero

Together We Average as Zero was an exhibition organized by students in the Museum and Curatorial Studies Practicum. The exhibition was meant to be a precursor to From Remote Stars: Buckminster Fuller, London, and Speculative Futures, the exhibition Sarah E.K.

Together We Average as Zero

Together We Average as Zero was an exhibition organized by students in the Museum and Curatorial Studies Practicum. The exhibition was meant to be a precursor to From Remote Stars: Buckminster Fuller, London, and Speculative Futures, the exhibition Sarah E.K.

No Small Matter: Micromuseums as Critical Institutions

with Helen Gregory. “No Small Matter? Micromuseums as Critical Institutions,” RACAR (special issue: Critical Curating) 43.2 (2018), pp. 89-101. Focusing on three micro-institutions located in Canada, each with specifically challenging and/or political mandates, this article examines the critical potential of

No Small Matter: Micromuseums as Critical Institutions

with Helen Gregory. “No Small Matter? Micromuseums as Critical Institutions,” RACAR (special issue: Critical Curating) 43.2 (2018), pp. 89-101. Focusing on three micro-institutions located in Canada, each with specifically challenging and/or political mandates, this article examines the critical potential of