Lecture Series #3 (Bergen): Natasha Marie Llorens
The Insanity of Passing: Risk, radicalism, and other necessary delusions in curatorial pedagogy

Video Documentation of the talk

Welcome to the third lecture in a series on different typologies of curatorial practice.

Monday 22 June 2015
19.00 – 20.30
Hordaland Kunstsenter, Klosteret 17, 5005 Bergen
Open and free for all

Natasha Marie Llorens will talk about curatorial pedagogy in three ways: departing from Mary Walling Blackburn’s text ‘XOXO Insanity, Institution’ in e-flux journal #26 (June 2011), she will speak about the problem of space for risk in art institutions generallyvia Authority Figures, a practical curating course Llorens taught at the New School in New York, she will speak about how to motivate students to take more risks with curating; and collaboration as curatorial pedagogy, through her co-curated exhibition Failing to Levitate, which was a project focused on risk and failure.

Natasha Marie Llorens is a curator, writer and educator based in New York. She is a graduate of CCS Bard and a PhD candidate at Columbia University.