Nato Thompson is Chief Curator at Creative Time, New York, as well as a writer and activist. Among his public projects for Creative Time are Tania Bruguera’s Immigrant Movement International, Democracy in America: The National Campaign, and Waiting for Godot, a project by Paul Chan held in New Orleans. His book Seeing Power: Art and Activism in the Age of Cultural Production will be published in October 2012 by Melville House Publishing. Thompson was formerly a curator at MASS MoCA, and he also curated ICI’s Experimental Geography, which traveled to eight venues in North America.
Join us at the ICI Curatorial Hub this Friday as we livestream the 2nd Edition of the Seminario Fundación Cisneros: The Betrayal of the Contemporary, a seminar organized in Caracas, Venezuela. From 8:30am to noon, we will follow presentations by Nato Thompson, Sofia Hernández Chong Cuy, Claire Bishop and more!
On February 24-25, ICI presents the People’s Conference, a two-day conversation in conjunction with the final stop of the People’s Biennial tour at Haverford College, PA.
From November 4-5, 2011, curators from around the world discussed critical issues in their practice today, examining the possible impact of exhibitions and related curatorial activities on cultural and social change.
Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) is an unprecedented international project exploring over 20 years of cultural works that blur the forms of art and everyday life, emphasizing participation, dialogue and community engagement.