Curatorial Practice: Michael Birchal, Evolving curatorial practice: learning by doing.
5 October 2012, 19.00
Michael Birchall will present a selection of his curatorial projects, with particular emphasis on collaborative curating and the changing roles of artists and curators in social practices.
Michael Birchall is a curator and writer with an interest in collaborative and participatory art practices; dividing his time between London and Stuttgart. He has attended curatorial residencies at The Western Front (Vancouver, Canada) and The Banff Centre (Banff, Canada). He is currently undertaking Doctoral research in curatorial and artistic practices - specifically relating to new models of curatorial practice that exist in social practices - at the University of Wolverhampton. Michael has curated several exhibitions and projects in Germany, including Wie geht's dir Stuttgart/How are you doing Stuttgart? and Hier und Jetzt at Künstlerhaus Stuttgart. He writes for contemporary art magazines including Freize, Frieze d/e and C-Magazine.
Image Â© prinzmetal: Aaron Werbick/Martin Blumenroth. Stuttgart