ST PAUL St 2013 Curatorial Symposium Exhibition / Art Installation


NameST PAUL St 2013 Curatorial Symposium: From a History of Exhibitions Towards a Future of Exhibition Making
Start Date7 August 2013
End Date9 August 2013
CuratorVera Mey, Biljana Ciric
Organiser / VenueST Paul St Gallery, Auckland University of Technology
ArtformVisual arts
CityTāmaki Makaurau Auckland


The 2013 ST PAUL St Curatorial Symposium was part of an annual series of symposiums organised and hosted by the gallery at Auckland University of Technology.

This edition was convened by ST PAUL St's deputy director Vera Mey and Shanghai-based curator Biljana Ciric. The programme outlined the scope of the event:

The Symposium is divided into two sections. The first will examine exhibition histories from the Asia Pacific region as part of a project initiated by Biljana Ciric From a History of Exhibitions Towards a Future of Exhibition Making through a series of papers and discussions. The second half will be dedicated to roundtable discussions and presentations in response to contemporary curatorial concerns as well as reflecting on the context of the 5th Auckland Triennial, If you were to live here…. The ST PAUL St Gallery 2013 Curatorial Symposium is decidedly local and consciously positioned within the geo political situation of the Asia Pacific.

Speakers included Karl Chitham, Natasha Conland, Biljana Ciric, Lauren Cornell, Sarah Farrar, Patrick D. Flores, Rosemary Forde, Jens Hoffmann, Charlotte Huddleston, Reuben Keehan, Caterina Riva, Daniel Satele, Seng Yu Jin, Simon Soon, Taarati Taiaroa, Tran Luong and Luke Willis Thompson.


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e-flux Education, 2013 Curatorial Symposium announcement, 2013

ST PAUL St, 2013 Curatorial Symposium, programme booklet

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