A Conversation with Marina Fokidis Prior to convening online for this interview, we last spoke with Marina Fokidis at the end of her curatorial course in 2020 at the Salzburg Summer Academy of Fine Arts. The virtual space she created for it was the spatio-temporal dimension where our collective met. Our process began there, from… Continue reading Radical Togetherness as a Remedy to (All)Crises
A Conversation With Sophie Goltz Sophie Goltz has worked as a curator and art mediator in various places around the world, including Berlin, Kassel, and Singapore. Last year, she took over the position of the Director of the Salzburg Summer Academy of Fine Arts and is associated with CCQ as a member of its editorial… Continue reading Ruptures as a Constant Method
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Collective for Constant Questioning (CCQ) departs from a collectively assembled set of rhetorical questions about curatorial and art practices. It proposes them to curators, artists, and researchers as a methodology to create a public platform for conversation, critique, research, reflexivity, and action. CCQ was born in cyberspace, out of the social distancing-related struggle and a… Continue reading ABOUT
CCQ departs from a collectively assembled set of rhetorical questions about curatorial and art practices and proposes them to curators, artists, and researchers as a methodology to create a public platform for conversation, critique, research, reflexivity, and action. CCQ was born in cyberspace, out of the social distancing-related struggle and a shared need to find… Continue reading MANIFESTO
I Given that each curatorial gesture is a process of inclusion and exclusion generated within a matrix of power, where is the space for curatorial self-reflexivity? Nataša Petrešin Bachelez II How can we create an atmosphere in which collective, constitutive questioning becomes possible? III Do we need to rethink our curatorial authorship as a shared… Continue reading QUESTIONING
A Conversation With Chus Martínez Chus Martínez says she prefers not to be called a curator. Despite her former involvement in curating large-scale exhibitions such as documenta 13 and working with El Museo del Barrio, MACBA, Frankfurter Kunstverein, and many other institutions, her projects do not necessarily reflect the role of a curator in its… Continue reading “There is no other way of exercising politics if not through generosity and care.”
14CAN WE BE TOGETHER EVEN THROUGH OUR SCREENS?The need to unlearn rather than assert. 15DEALING WITH PREIVILEGES ON EXHIBITION-MAKINGA shared space to learn how to live in this world better together. 16DO WE NEED TO ACCEPT THE GIVEN STRUCTURES?Sometimes it is better to start from scratch.