With contributions by Pascal Gielen, Margriet Schavemaker, Simon Sheikh, Beck Jee-sook, and more.
Research is of paramount importance as a fundamental basis for everything that museums do. This finely presented publication engages with the diverse viewpoints of authors in the vanguard of theoretical discussions and curatorial practices, mapping out the multiplicity of endeavours to reform and transform research in relation to the art museum. From new theoretical models and specific forms of practice-based investigation and knowledge production, to the potential for change by the very dynamics of research, it shows that the concept of the curatorial is constantly shifting.
September 19, 2019
280 pages, 5 x 8.5 inches