As part of the Possible Futures project, curator Chandra Frank talks about her curatorial practice, thinking through the changing role of the curator particularly when subjectivity enters the exhibition space.
Drop in to hear about her current project with 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning which continues her research into how queer and feminist archives may function as a vessel for creating different forms of intimacy.
This event is programmed by 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, a Tate Exchange Associate.
About 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning
198 Contemporary Arts and Learning is a visual arts organisation based in Brixton which boldly pushes the boundaries of creative practice while giving voice to under-represented creative individuals, communities and cultures.