The curator’s role is one that is exciting and quickly evolving as much as it is broadening.
A curator’s role is to professionally manage an art exhibition from its conceptualisation to its enjoyment and appreciation of artworks by a wide audience.
As a curator, I ensure the artworks within an exhibition space are strategically arranged to convey a thought-provoking narrative that viewers are ultimately encouraged to participate in an accessible and enjoyable manner. I strive to express a concept through careful selection of works and artists.
Being Culturally Responsive
At the core of my curatorial practice is my ability to respond to pressing contemporary local and global issues by executing projects that support causes that I connect with, with the aim of uncovering supressed narratives, thematic ideas, deeper meanings and messages to a wider public.
My curated exhibitions are driven by an action-driven purpose that is shared within a community - this includes to raise awareness, cultivate conversations, instigate change and foster appreciation of diverse artforms amongst a wide range of goals.
The flexibility to work with artists across all mediums and disciplines grounds by curatorial ethos - that is, to give voice to artists of all ages, professions, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and those working across inter and multi-disciplinary realms.
As a curator, I also engage in activities beyond the exhibition itself - this includes conducting research to gain a comprehensive understanding of the nuances of artists’ work, writing and editing exhibition catalogues, managing the opening night and an exhibitions’ programme.
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