In recent decades, global developments have reshaped the international art scene, challenging the traditional center-periphery divide. This seminar series explores how cultural institutions respond to societal changes and encourages dialogue on new models for presenting art. It also examines the impact of collaborations between small institutions and international artists. The goal is to gain historical insights and address the complex challenges faced by art institutions today.
This seminar will focus on the relationships between artists and curators. From viewing these relationships through the perspective of power dynamics, care, and sharing, the discussions during the seminar will raise questions about how artists and curators, as cultural agents, shape, manage, and nurture these collaborative relationships.