Taipei-based curator Frankie Su will reflect upon the shifting scenarios within which curatorial practice now operates, oscillating between the private and public realms as well as institutional and independent frameworks. Shifts in the infrastructural and economic models focussed on the creation and presentation of contemporary art is incubating more amorphic and fluid traversions in relation to the role of the curator and the sites within which curatorial practice now operates. Su’s practice is an exemplar of these expanding modalities, as Director of the privately-funded Hong Gah Art Museum, an executive board member of the first not-for-profit art centre in Taiwan, Taipei Contemporary Art Center and as a producer for and collaborator with the collective LuxuryLogico. In her presentation, Su will discuss these different trajectories and the potentialities emerging out of these expanding modes with particular reference to the increasingly dynamic artistic context of Taiwan.
17 June 2014
Visiting Curator Lecture: Frankie Su
17 June, 2014 | FREE EVENT