The Curatorial Complex

Social Dimensions of Knowledge Production

By analyzing how artistic and curatorial practices can activate processes and generate structures that facilitate dialogical spaces of communication between curators, artists and their publics, The Curatorial Complex addresses the social dimensions of knowledge production for the ways people and art come together in the curated encounter.
Questions around what knowledge is and how it can be produced are paired with critically addressing in the proliferation of knowledge production as part of the intellectualization of the art field and its commodification in the knowledge economy.

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Wiebke Gronemeyer ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Fach Kunst und Kunstgeschichte an der Jacobs University, Bremen.