Curating Connectivity:Towards an Understanding of TranslocalUrban Mediaconnectingcities.net/publication
A Collective Curatorial Statement by Mark Wright in collaboration with: Yannick Antoine, Ana Botella, Nerea Calvillo, Diana Civle, Darko Fritz, Jasmin Grimm, Céline Jouenne, Katharina Meissner, Susa Pop, Mike Stubbs, Minna Tarkka, Gernot Tscherteu
What do we take forward from our experiences of this vibrant and diverse Connecting Cities Network? The key framing insight is that the issue of co-curation has become central. This is not just because Connecting Cities is an international network, but also because co-curation is inherent to the translocality of urban media artworks. Co-curation emerges as a practice because artworks relocate to different cultural contexts or connect such social spaces together in real-time through the integration of the physical and the digital.
Image © Iva Arandjelovic / Public Art Lab
Here we explore this issue of co-curation and translocality by addressing the following aspects.
Read the full curatorial statement here or order the book “What Urban Media Art Can Do” on Amazon.
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