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Curatorial Models: Collaboration and Contemporary art at MCA

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This panel discussion explored the different ways exhibition models can contribute to a new or changed narrative of contemporary art in Australia. Hear from curators and gallery directors as they speak candidly about the process of curating and working within multi-year exhibition models such as the Asia Pacific Triennial, the Sydney Biennale and The National 2017: New Australian Art. What is the role of collaboration within each of these models? And why is there a thirst nationally and internationally to work in these ways? Join this discussion with five curators and gallery directors as they unpick what it means to be working in these ways, why now, and what we can learn from contemporary artists today. Speakers included Blair French (Director, Curatorial & Digital, MCA), Mami Kataoka (Artistic Director, 21st Biennale of Sydney), Reuben Keehan (Curator, Contemporary Asian Art, QaGOMA), Nina Miall (Curator, Carriageworks), Wayne Tunnicliffe (Head Curator, Australian Art, AGNSW). Moderator: Charlotte Day (Director, Monash University Museum of Art) This panel was recorded live at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in Sydney, Friday 31 March 2017.
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