Miguel A. López
Curatorial work, building access and infrastructure
Lecture followed by Q&A
14 April 21, 7–8:30 pm (CET)
The online talk takes place via Zoom Webinar. Please register beforehand at: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7xvkeg_fRhu9KX-CfGx9_w
In this presentation, writer and curator Miguel A. López will give insights into his curatorial practice, highlighting the potentiality of collaborative models and forms of co-responsibility, as well as the role of publications in changing conceptual and historical frameworks. López will reflect on the process of bringing multiple voices into global conversations, and how art mediation practices are intrinsically involved with the curatorial process. In conversation with Renata Cervetto, with whom he co-edited the publication Agítese antes de usar in 2016 (MALBA, Buenos Aires; TEOR/éTica, San José), López will discuss the various artistic and educational processes that have been taking place in Latin America in recent years.
As the first of a series of talks and workshops in the framework of You’re not muted, the presentation will serve as an introduction to the broader themes that the event series touches upon: Multiple ways of understanding pedagogical, educational and mediation processes; imagining common space, and alternative forms of dialogue and negotiation.