‘Exploring the Third Dimension’ was a one-day symposium that examined curatorial practice in relation to sculpture through the experiences of international curators working at the top of their field. The day explored different models of display, with reference to cultural activism, education, and engagement with three-dimensional artworks, and invited questions such as how might we think differently about sculpture as an art historical category in its own right.
Speakers Lucy Askew Senior Curator, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh Cathleen Chaffee Chief Curator, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York Ruth Estévez Independent curator, writer, and stage designer, Mexico City and Los Angeles Samuel Leuenberger Curator, Art Basel Parcours; Founder and Director of SALTS, Birsfelden, Switzerland Li Zhenhua Independent curator, artist and producer, Beijing/Shanghai, China Stephen Feeke (Chair) Writer and Curator
Itinerary 10 – 11 am Arrival and coffee & viewing of ‘Alexander Calder. From the Stony River to the Sky’ 11 am Welcome & Introductions 11.15 am Presentations and Discussions by Curators 12.45 pm Lunch at Roth Bar & Grill 2 pm Presentations and Discussions by Curators continued 3 pm Open Q&A with Delegates 4 pm Symposium ends, homemade lem
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