International Curatorial Workshop (online)
Call for Applications
Curating on the Move – Taipei Biennial 2020 x Critical Zones/ZKM
Discursive workshop on the themes of “New Diplomatic Encounters”, ecology and community
Dates: 24–27 November 2020, daily 9 am – 2.30 pm CET (Taipei time 4–7 pm | Swiss Time 9–12 am)
Curating on the Move – Taipei Biennial x Conflict Zones/ZKM
The seminar follows the notions the Taipei Biennial 2020 and the related exhibition “Conflict Zones” at ZKM/Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe – both curated by Bruno Latour and Martin Guinard – and will unfold thinking about the idea of “New Diplomatic Encounters” through the question of coming communities. The workshop consists of reading and discussing the theoretical framework of the exhibitions and art works, of digital guided tours of the two exhibitions, and other inputs by artists, curators and lecturers. We will also explore encounters in a more unforeseeable way with the scores from the project “Small Projects for Coming Communities” (https://www.comingcommunities.org)
Organised by Dorothee Richter & Ronald Kolb (Zurich University of the Arts)
and Jau-Lan Guo, Hongjohn Lin, Li-Chun Lee (Taipei National University of the Arts)
Guests: Martin Guinard & Eva Lin (Curators Taipei Biennial), Daria Mille & Jessica Menger (Curators ZKM), Stéphane Verlet Botéro (Artist of the Taipei Biennial), Ming Tiampo (Lecturer), Katalin Erdödi & Hadas Kedar, Christopher Kriese (PhD Students)
This workshop is part of the Shared Campus Initiative and a cooperation between the Shared Campus partners Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA), School of Creative, City University of Hong Kong) and Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK)
Enrolment deadline: November 16, 2020
The course times are from 9–12 am, and 1–2.30 pm CET
The course ends Friday, at noon. A detailed schedule will be send out with the enrolment information.
The applicants need to make sure to able to attend the whole program.
Please register (including full name, study programme, institution) via Valerie Jetzer, Project Office Shared Campus: firstname.lastname@example.org
The seminar is aimed at advanced students and/or PhD students of any disciplines.
PhD students of PhD in Practice in Curating of ZHdK & Reading University and PhD students of City University Hong Kong will take part as participants.