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“what to see and remember”

Curator Alba Colomo and artist Nathaniel Mann embarked on a research project in the Chocó region of Colombia. Watch the videos in ICI’s Media Room.

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Time for a Network Revolution: Coalitions, Working Groups, Confederations

For her 2014 ICI/French Institute Fellowship, Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez researched the common urgencies, solidarities, empathy and antagonisms of institutional networks.

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Interview with Eva Barois De Caevel

Eva Barois De Caevel, recipient of ICI’s 2014 Independent Vision Curatorial Award, joins in conversation with ICI’s María del Carmen Carrión (November 2014).

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Update: 2013 ICI/French Institute Fellow Fanny Gonella

The following entry is a research update from the 2013 ICI/French Institute Fellow, Fanny Gonella.

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María Elena Ortiz: The Bahamas

The following entry is a travel account from our 2014 CPPC Fellow, María Elena Ortiz, about her final trip to the Bahamas.

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María Elena Ortiz: Exploring Trinidad

The following entry is a travel account from our 2014 CPPC Fellow, María Elena Ortiz, about her research trip to Trinidad and Tobago.

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PUBLICATION: THE POLITICS OF THE MELANCHOLIC VOICE: ZEKI MÜREN’S KAHIR MEKTUBU

ICI/SAHA Research Award recipients Gürsoy Doğtaş and Alejandra Labastida co-edited and authored this publication on Zeki Müren’s arabesk music.

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THE POLITICS OF THE MELANCHOLIC VOICE: ZEKI MÜREN’S KAHIR MEKTUBU (LETTER OF GRIEF)

Alejandra Labastida and Gürsoy Doğtaş, recipients of the 2013 ICI/SAHA Research Award, explore the feeling of melancholy in Zeki Müren’s arabesk music through interviews and texts.

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María Elena Ortiz: On Martinique

The following entry is a travel account from our 2014 CPPC Fellow, María Elena Ortiz, about her research trip to Martinique.

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María Elena Ortiz: Travels in Aruba

The following is a travel account from our 2014 CPPC Fellow, María Elena Ortiz, during a research trip to Aruba.

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Recurating, Remaking, Redoing

The following is a transcript from Curator’s Perspective: Glenn Phillips at The Kitchen on November 9, 2010.

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Towards an Ethics of Recuration

The following comments by Tara McDowell introduced the panel discussion, “Recurating When Exhibitions Become Reified,” with Rebecca Coates and Terry Smith, at Motto Melbourne in December 2013.

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Remco de Blaaij: Travel Journal

The following are five journal entries from the 2013 CPPC Fellow, Remco de Blaaij, during his research travels to Guatemala, Jamaica, Nicaragua, and Suriname.

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Miguel Amado: Report from Angola and Mozambique

“My research included field trips to Luanda (Angola) and Maputo (Mozambique), where I assembled documentation about artists, museums, galleries, exhibitions, and players such as collectors and dealers.”

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On Exhibition Without Objects — Flatness, File Size, and Hard Drives

Through the lens of her project Exhibition Without Objects, Sadia Shirazi explored generative and self-reflexive exhibitions. The following is a text by Shirazi, commissioned by ICI, on her exhibition and the legacy of traveling curatorial projects.

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Scores for Installations: Conversation with Robert Fleck

In 1996, three years after the inception of do it, curator Robert Fleck interviewed Hans Ulrich Obrist on the impetus for organizing the generative exhibition. Obrist shares his thoughts on the first iterations of the exhibition and the unending potential for future versions.

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