Caretaking relations: sharing the outcomes of participatory research and curating, and how methodologies interact with local and professional ecologies

Scott, T and Tooby, M (2020) Caretaking relations: sharing the outcomes of participatory research and curating, and how methodologies interact with local and professional ecologies. In: British Art Network Conference: Research and the Museum Ecosystem, 19 March 2020 [cancelled], National Museum Cardiff, Wales.

Official URL: https://youtu.be/VgOu6PN8UEY

Abstract

Under a title that reflects the theme of curator as ‘care-taker’ Trish and Mike reflect on the curatorial process behind ‘Journeys with “The Waste Land”‘, a high profile exhibition project culminating in 2018, originated by Turner Contemporary Margate, re-presented at The Herbert and Coventry Cathedral in collaboration with Mead Gallery, Warwick University.

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This British Art Network conference was due to be held at the National Museum Cardiff on 19 March 2020. Focusing on arts-based research in the museum, gallery and academic worlds, it was intended to provide a fresh opportunity to investigate how the concept of a museum ecosystem might offer an alternative to, or even an improvement upon, more traditional frameworks of curatorial practice. Four video presentations prepared for the conference were made available online by the Tate in December 2020, along with an introductory essay by Emily Pringle, Head of Research at Tate.

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