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Listen to a workshop with Autumn Knight and Amy L. Powell in celebration of the publication Autumn Knight: In Rehearsal. As artists are increasingly reflecting on modes of institutional knowledge production to make their work, the role of the curator is shifting. We spoke through how these changes are shaping artist-curator dynamics, engagement and relationship to institutions, and community; as well as possibilities for curators and artists to work together to create contexts for performance in museums without dedicated performance departments. This program was co-presented with Denniston Hill. Originally recorded at ICI on May 23, 2019.


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Listen to theater artists Jess Barbagallo and Tina Satter from the performance group Half Straddle  share texts and techniques from their work together in a discussion of why and how to use scripts (textual and physical) for performance as a means to re-form and re-configure both the banal and transcendent into new conceptions of being together in the world. This program was co-presented with Half Straddle. Originally recorded at ICI on April 10, 2019. 


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Using Humboldt’s parrot as an entry point Curator and ICI Curatorial Intensive Alumnus David Ayala-Alfonso was joined by artists Carlos Motta and Felipe Steinberg to facilitate conversations with attendees to think through the ways that science and collecting practices intersect with political ecologies, historical rewritings, critical museology, and fiction. These are four of the key threads that shape Ayala-Alfonso’s ICI exhibition, Never Spoken Again: Rogue Stories of Science and Collections. Originally recorded at ICI on March 18, 2019.


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Listen to ICI and unbag for a conversation with Anthea Behm, Charles Eppley, David Hecht, Melanie Hoff, and Alicia Ritson—organizers and co-facilitators of the Interdisciplinary Art and Theory Program, Cybernetics Library, and New Museum Seminars respectively. Together we discussed how knowledge-building programs nested within larger institutions and peripatetic platforms hosted by brick and mortar organizations propose alternative ways we may resource space as well as one another in an era of globalized knowledge sharing. This program was co-presented with unbag and was part of their forthcoming issue dedicated to discussions on politics, place, and entropy. Originally recorded at ICI on March 14, 2019.


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