About the Talk
Curator Georgia Muenster discusses her curatorial practice in exhibitions and commissions - often collaborative - inside and outside the gallery setting, as well as ‘Architectonics’, an ongoing international research project in contemporary artistic practice and architecture. ‘Architectonics’ delves into deep cultural histories and city landscapes, with a view for feminist and digital artworks, aiming to synthesise contemporary practice with deep geographies.
Georgia Muenster is a New York-born and London-based independent contemporary art curator with a focus on urbanism, the future, archives, and collectivity. She completed her MA in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art in 2015, studying 'psychogeographic' practice and contemporary art in public space. She also holds a BA in Art History from Bard College from 2008. As an independent curator she has produced projects at spaces including the Palais de Tokyo, and Elizabeth Foundation for the Art. Her upcoming work includes a group residency at ARoS in Aarhus as well as a research project with Goethe-Institut in Sofia.
Supported by the A.M Qattan Foundation through the ‘Visual Arts: A Flourishing Field’ Project, funded by Sweden