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TASAWAR Transcultural Talks

29 to 30 January 2021 | 2.00 pm to 7.00 pm Tunis Time
Public ZOOM-based Meeting
Access free, join by sending an email to talks@tasawar.net to receive the access link.

TRACING CULTURAL DISORDERS
Understanding how uncertainty, prejudice, sexism, racism, nationalism, colonialism … impact curatorial practice
>> Further info will come soon, we are processing the conceptual framework in these days

FRIDAY 29 January 2021

2.00 pm
Welcome and introduction

2.15 pm
From Tunisia

3.15 pm
Break

3.30 pm
From Turkey

4.30 pm
Break

4.45 pm
From France

5.45 pm
Break

6.00 om
Summaries from the tables
Plenum on curatorial activism

8.00 pm
Happy Hours (end of working session)

SATURDAY 30 January 2021

2.00 pm
Welcome and introduction

2.15 pm
From Greece

3.15 pm
Break

3.30 pm
From USA

4.30 pm
Break

4.45 pm
From Mexico

5.45 pm
Break

6.00 om
Summaries from the tables
Plenum on curatorial activism

8.00 pm
Happy Hours (end of working session)

TASAWAR Curatorial Team for the Transcultural Talks

Aisha A Abbassi dressed in traditional Cambodian costume called "sampot."
Directed by Bettina Pelz.

TASAWAR Transcultural Talks | Good reads

Natalie Bayer, Belinda Kazeem-Kaminski and Nora Sternfeld (Ed.)
Curating as Anti-Racist Practice
Aalto University Espoo.fi / University of Applied Art Vienna.at 2018

Ronald Kolb, Shwetal A. Patel, Dorothee Richter (Ed.)
Contemporary Art Biennials – Our Hegemonic Machines in Times of Emergency
oncurating.org Zuerich.ch Issue 46. June 2020

Maura Reilly
Curatorial Activism
Thames & Hudson New York City.us 2018