Politics of Curatorship:
What happens to curatorial practices when treated as multi-voiced, pluralistic, and process-based? Politics of Curatorship: Collective and Affective Interventions asks what curatorship could be when it is freed from its elitist notions.
It assembles a range of different interventions by 32 writers, artists, journalists, and scholars from all over the world. They reflect on curating as a practice of meaning-making that is subject to multiple parameters: contextual, affective, bodily, sensorial, personal, aesthetic, economic, and political.