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International We Stand

ICI is commissioning texts from alumni to gain perspectives on how the global pandemic is currently affecting their ways of working and being and how they are adapting as a response. A new program initiative these texts are to provide solidarity to our network to support their livelihood and to share their experiences as a resource for others.

Eszter Szakács, Alumni of the Curatorial Intensive Fall ‘15, writes from Budapest, Hungary.

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The Pregnant Pause: A Countdown on Living with the Invisible

ICI is commissioning texts from alumni to gain perspectives on how the global pandemic is currently affecting their ways of working and being and how they are adapting as a response. A new program initiative these texts are to provide solidarity to our network to support their livelihood and to share their experiences as a resource for others.

Vanini Belarmino, Alumni of the Curatorial Intensive Fall ‘12, writes from Singapore.

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Unsafe Safety

Maayan Sheleff, an alumna of the Curatorial Intensive in New York in 2010, reflects on the questions generated from a Zoom conversation with her cohort, as they relate to her own practice and PhD studies in her text, “Unsafe Safety”. Sheleff writes from Tel Aviv, Israel.

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E iho ana o luna

ICI is commissioning texts from alumni to gain perspectives on how the global pandemic is currently affecting their ways of working and being and how they are adapting as a response. A new program initiative these texts are to provide solidarity to our network to support their livelihood and to share their experiences as a resource for others.

Drew Kahuʻāina Broderick and Josh Tengan, Alumni of the Curatorial Intensive Auckland ‘19, co-write from Honolulu, Oʻahu.

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The Inconvenient Feelings

ICI is commissioning texts from alumni to gain perspectives on how the global pandemic is currently affecting their ways of working and being and how they are adapting as a response. A new program initiative these texts are to provide solidarity to our network to support their livelihood and to share their experiences as a resource for others.

Su Wei, Alumni of the Curatorial Intensive New York ‘12, writes from Beijing, China.

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The World, the Flesh, and the Devil: A Lenten Meditation on COVID-19 in New Orleans

ICI is commissioning texts from alumni to gain perspectives on how the global pandemic is currently affecting their ways of working and being and how they are adapting as a response. A new program initiative these texts are to provide solidarity to our network to support their livelihood and to share their experiences as a resource for others.

Lydia Y. Nichols, Alumni of the Curatorial Intensive New Orleans ‘16, writes from New Orleans.

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The Wall is a Virus

ICI is commissioning texts from alumni to gain perspectives on how the global pandemic is currently affecting their ways of working and being and how they are adapting as a response. A new program initiative these texts are to provide solidarity to our network to support their livelihood and to share their experiences as a resource for others.

Lorenzo Sandoval, Alumni of the Curatorial Intensive Mexico City ‘18, writes from Berlin Germany.

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Report: Curatorial Intensive in Cape Town 2019

Marta Kazungu reflects on her experience as a participant in the 2019 Curatorial Intensive in Cape Town.

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Comradeship: Reading Zdenka Badovinac in New York

Carlos Kong, a core participant of the Comradeship Reading Group, reflects on the program and the publication, Comradeship: Curating, Art, and Politics in Post-Socialist Europe.

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Garifunas Communities: Exiled and Anti-Colonial Resilience

Pablo José Ramírez, the sixth recipient of the ICI/CPPC Travel Award for Central America and the Caribbean in 2019, reflects on his travels.

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Report: Curatorial Intensive in New Orleans 2019

Nic Brierre Aziz reflects on his experience as a participant in the 2019 Curatorial Intensive in New Orleans.

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Report: Curatorial Intensive in New Orleans 2018

Curatorial Intensive alumna Lucy Mensah reflects on the site-specificity of New Orleans as a place and as context for the program.

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JURACAN, HURACÁN, HURRICANE: notes on guest curating the Dak’Art Biennale.

Curatorial Intensive alumna Marisol Rodríguez reflects on her exhibition silence, murmur, clamour, tumult: ZAM ZAM chapter four, opening as part of the 13th Dak’Art Biennale.

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Visions of The Bahamas: The Hotel Industrial Complex and the NAGB

Marina Reyes Franco reflects on her research trip to The Bahamas, its colonial history, the hotel industrial complex, and the impact of tourism on cultural production.

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The Un/Comfortable Zones of Panama

Marina Reyes Franco, recipient of the 2017 CPPC Travel Award, writes about the history of the Panama Canal, urban development of Panama, and artists whom she met during her trip.

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Report: Curatorial Intensive in Mexico City 2018

Curatorial Intensive alumnus Lorenzo Sandoval writes about his experience of the Mexico City Intensive.

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