KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION IN VISUAL ARTS ORGANISATIONS

A Case Study on the Triangle Network

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Overview

Looking at visual arts organisations (VAOs) from a curatorial perspective, their institutional practices of knowledge production between the realms of the local and the global stand out. Focusing on three of the Triangle Network's partner organisations

– HANGAR in Lisbon, Gasworks in London and 32º East in Kampala – three means of knowledge production in VAOs are defined and elaborated on: mediation, representation, and conviviality. The study highlights the existence of various knowledge(s) and insists on their importance.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements 

Introduction 

PART I

Visual Arts Organisations Within the Contemporary Arts Landscape 

CHAPTER 1

Knowledge Production from Curatorial Discourse to Institutional Aim

1.1 Artistic Research 

1.2 The Role of the Curator 

1.3 New Institutionalism 

CHAPTER 2

Visual Arts Organisations: Three Case Studies from the Triangle Network

2.1 Triangle Network 

2.2 Network as Rhizome 

2.3 Three Case Studies 

Gasworks – London, England 

HANGAR – Lisbon, Portugal 

32ºEast | Ugandan Arts Trust – Kampala, Uganda 

PART II

The Three Vertices of Knowledge in Visual Arts Organisations: Mediation, Representation and Conviviality 

CHAPTER 3

From Education to Mediation: Breaking Down Barriers

3.1 Curating and Education 

3.2 Process- vs. Product-Orientation 

3.3 Dialogue, Conversation and Mobility 

3.4 Mediation 

3.5 Architecture as a Mediating Tool 

CHAPTER 4

Representation – Curating ‘Other’ Knowledge(s)

4.1 Making Heterogeneity a Point 

4.2 Representation and Identity Politics 

4.3 Context-Specific Knowledge Production Between Local and Global 

CHAPTER 5

Conviviality – What Being Together Means for Knowledge Production

5.1 Shared Space | Shared Time – The Importance of (the) Experience

5.2 Coming Together at the Table: Food + Drinks = Knowledge? 

CONCLUSION

Knowledge Production in VAOs – How to Make it Happen? 

References 

Annexes 

ANNEX A – Interview Alessio Antoniolli, Gasworks 

ANNEX B – Interview Bruno Leitão, HANGAR 

ANNEX C – Interview Teesa Bahana, 32ºEast 

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9789725409145

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ISBN
9789725409145
Date
06-2023
Edition
Publisher
UCP Editora
Pages
192
Measurements
170x230 mm
Kind of product
Book
Language
English
Serie
The Lisbon Consortium T(h)ESES
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