Theatrum Mundi public lecture at the LSE Literary Festival
Saturday 2 March, 17:00-18:30
Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE
Is an architect who arranges and designs spaces or the city a curator? Is a curator an architect of sorts producing spaces of exchange? What about the work a writer or researcher does in ‘curating’ arguments and ideas? How does the increasing importance of the everyday, of the street, and of shifting political geographies of art practice mark curation today?
An event with Clémentine Deliss, director of Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt, Elke Krasny, senior lecturer, Academy of fine arts, Vienna, Maria Lind, director of the Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm, and Justin McGuirk, writer, critic and curator.
All events in the Literary Festival are free and open to all, but an e-ticket is required: see this event’s page for details.