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Ocula ConversationiLiana Fokianaki and Antonia AlampiFounders: Future Climates, Athens{{document.location.href}}
In places where funding for the arts is limited, if not practically non-existent, people are pushed to find alternative ways to make, curate, and invent survival strategies to keep going. Very often, these 'practices of survival' come with the burdens of emotional and physical exploitations as result of unpaid labour, over-performance, anxieties,...
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Ocula ReportSpotlight: Frieze week 201719 May. 2017 : Kat Herriman for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
When the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) announced they were joining Armory week, everyone assumed New York's Frieze week would be quieter, but this year, felt more frantic than ever. The week, which ran from 3 to 8 May, saw the opening of TEFAF New York's inaugural spring edition (4-8 May 2017) as well as the first BKLYN IMMERSIVE (7-14 May 2017),...
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Ocula ReportNew propositions on curatorial practice: the making of the 11th Shanghai Biennale18 May. 2017 : Tess Maunder for Ocula{{document.location.href}}
The 11th Shanghai Biennale (SHB11): Why Not Ask Again: Arguments, Counter-arguments, and Stories was an exhibition staged at the Power Station of Art, Shanghai from 12 November 2016 to 12 March 2017. The exhibition was curated by the artist and curatorial collective Raqs Media Collective, and featured 92 artists from 40 countries, with a strong...
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Ocula ConversationPeter Eleey and Klaus BiesenbachCurators, '.com/.cn', K11 Art Foundation Pop-up Space, Hong Kong (21 March–30 April 2017){{document.location.href}}
One of the pressing threads of curatorial thinking over the last decade has attempted to draw together the ideological stakes of technology with the political realities of globalisation and post-colonialism. These relationships have been articulated in compelling ways in the work of critics and curators like Omar Kholeif, Orit Gat, and Karen...
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