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Public lecture by Charles Esche / Curatorial Course "What Could/Should Curating Do?" / The Salon of the MoCAB, Wednesday, 06.11.2019 at 6 p.m.

Talk programs | 06.11.2019

Public lecture by Charles Esche
The Decolonial Possibility 
Curatorial Course What Could/Should Curating Do?

The Salon of the MoCAB (Pariska 14)
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 6 p.m.

Charles Esche, curator, professor and director of the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven will hold a public lecture "The Decolinial Possibility" on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 6 p.m. at the Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art. 

In this lecture Charles Esche will present his view on the possibilities that decolonial thinking can bring to organizations like Modern and Contemporary Art Museums using the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven as a concrete example and critical case study.

Decolonial theory as developed over the past 15-20 years has recently seen a huge surge in interest. While some of this interest has simply been fashionable, decoloniality does seem to provide a useful description of some aspects of our current condition. In particular, it addresses the virulence of universalist assumptions in much western theory and questions the reliability of thinking from and through the West, however critically. The development of the idea of coloniality or the colonial matrix of power is also a useful tool in avoiding some of the divisive and essentialising discussions around identity politics without reverting to a white supremacist position. In particular, it perceives possibility in the communal as a way to think beyond the divisions of human-human; human-animal; human-earth. 

Charles Esche is director of Van Abbe museum, Eindhoven; professor of contemporary art and curating at Central Saint Martins, London and co-director of Afterall Journal and Books. He teaches on the Exhibition Studies MRes course at CSM, and at Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht. 

Outwith the museum, he (co) curated Le Musée Égaré, Kunsthall Oslo 2017 and Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse 2016; Jakarta Biennale 2015; 31st Sao Paulo Bienal, 2014, U3 Triennale, Ljubljana, 2011; RIWAQ Biennale, Palestine, 2007 and 2009; Istanbul Biennale, 2005; Gwangju Biennale, 2002 amongst other international exhibitions. He is chair of CASCO, Utrecht. He received the 2012 Princess Margriet Award and the 2014 CCS Bard College Prize for Curatorial Excellence.

This is the last lecture in the series of public lectures by What Could/ Should Curating Do. The event is generously supported by the Embassy of Kingdom of Netherlands, and is free and open to the public. 

The WCSCD curatorial course and series of public lectures have been initiated and organized by Biljana Ciric.

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