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Curatorial seminar, Paris, 23-25 May 2007
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster

Relation to curating


During the 3-day curatorial seminar at INHA in Paris (see the program), we discussed different aspects of curatorial practices nowadays with the other curatorial training program participants and guests.

Pendant les 3 jours du séminaire organisé à l’INHA (voir le programme), nous avons échangé avec des participants d’autres formations curatoriales européennes et avons assisté à des conférences concernant la diversité des pratiques curatoriales.


With the kind permission of the artist, we are publishing the interview of Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. Being one of the participants of Ecole du Magasin’s training program in 1987, here she talks about her own relation to curating and curators now.

Nous avons choisi de publier ici l’intervention filmée de Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste. Il y est question de son rapport très singulier avec les curateurs, à la lumière de son propre itinéraire (une artiste ayant participé à la première session de l’Ecole du Magasin, en 1987).


Editing: Haeju Kim & Fabien Pinaroli
Nov 07



Art Scool and l’Ecole du Magasin:

« First I didn’t really want to become an artist… » (5’)




Empathie towards curators:

«He is someone I want to support, I want to help » (2’)




Importance of dialogue:

« Big and small projects, group shows and festivals attitude…» (4’)




One of my best experiences:

« I realized the importance of the project manager … » (2’)




No more curator:

« With Pierre Huygues and Philippe Parreno in 98 at the ARC… » (2’)




São Paulo’s Biennial:

« I had once again a strong dialogue with a curator… » (1’)




Now, the exhibition at ARC:

« I invited some artists I worked with, but not visual artists… » (2’30)




Muenster Sculpture Projects 07:

« I realize my work as something to do with this idea of the artiste as a curator… » (6’15)




Artist/Curator:

« I think I see some differences, but… »



 

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