I had the opportunity to participate in the following curatorial workshop last summer, along with David Ayala-Alfonso (Bogotá, Colombia), Juan Canela (Barcelona, Spain), Silvia Franceschini (Milan, Italy), Sophia Gräfe (Berlin, Germany), Agnieszka Klepacka(Warsaw, Poland), Renan Laru-an (Quezon City, Philippines), Joan Legalamitlwa(Mafikeng, South Africa), Sofia Lemos (London, UK), Jenna Sutela (Helsinki, Finland), and Rachel Thompson (Cambridge, USA).
Workshop: June 30 – July 4, 2015, with a public performance by Coco Fusco (artist and writer, New York), “Observations of Predation in Humans: A Lecture by Dr. Zira, Animal Psychologist”, on July 2, 2015
Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) holds its third workshop of SYNAPSE – The International Curators’ Network from June 30 to July 4, 2015 in Berlin. Taking place in the context of the thematic exhibition “Ape Culture”, curated by Anselm Franke and Hila Peleg at HKW, the workshop will focus on modes of interaction between science and art, with a special thematic emphasis on “Ape Culture” and the human/animal relationship. Among other questions, it will address how scientific topics and methodologies can be approached by curators.