Monthly Archives: October 2010

Experimental Geography tours Canada

Experimental Geography (curated by Nato Thompson) will be touring Canada over the next couple of months. It is already showing at the Museum London, London, Ontario (October 9, 2010 – January 2, 2011) and will then move to Freeman Art Gallery, Bishop’s University Sherbrooke, … Continue reading

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Dispatch: Notes towards a Lexicon of Urgencies

DISPATCH is the Independent Curators International’s (ICI) new bi-monthly online journal that features a different curator’s points of view on current developments in art. Practitioners based in different cities around the world are invited to use DISPATCH as their virtual … Continue reading

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Future Exhibitions: Spatial Encounters (and the production of space)

Future Exhibitions is an annual publication about exhibition making and curatorial concerns, both in Sweden (where it is published) and globally. The theme and title of this year’s issue is Spatial Encounters: “We will focus on the visitor as we … Continue reading

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Urban Explorers: Quests for Myth, Mystery and Meaning

Urban Explorers, Quests for Myth, Mystery and Meaning by Bradley L. Garrett is a video article that has just been released in the journal Geography Compass (Volume 4, Issue 10, pages 1448–1461, October 2010). Urban Explorers: Quests for Myth, Mystery … Continue reading

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