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Amina Menia, 'A Peculiar Family Album' (2012) left, and detail of the installation 'Enclosed' (2013), installation view of

Amina Menia, 'A Peculiar Family Album' (2012) left, and detail of the installation 'Enclosed' (2013), installation view of "Becoming Independent", RHA, Dublin, 2013. Photography by Roland Paschhoff

The Independent Curator: Caroline Hancock

14 April 2014

Studio 6, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Monday April 14, 6pm

Caroline Hancock, Paris-based curator and member of IKT – the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art – will present a lecture on her independent curatorial practice and research at Studio 6, TBG+S, followed by a Q & A chaired by Maeve Connolly (IADT).  This public talk takes place following the IKT Congress 2014, an important international gathering of contemporary art curators hosted by the CCA Derry.  IKT is a members organisation that brings together curators from across the world, to meet, share knowledge, exchange ideas and broaden their professional networks. This public talk will explore the importance of language, research and mobility in curatorial practice, and also reflect upon the role of organisations such as IKT.
This event is supported by IADT and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, and by the IKT Harald Szeemann Grant, awarded to Caroline Hancock in 2014.

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Biography
Caroline Hancock is an independent curator, writer and editor based in Paris. Recent exhibitions include 'Transmission', galerie Karima Célestin, Marseille, 'Becoming Independent', RHA, Dublin, 'Thinking Work and Working Thought', Biennale de Belleville, Paris, 'sculpturations' at the Abbaye de Fontevraud, 'De l'émergence du Phénix', Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris. With On The Roof, she has co-curated work by artists from Africa and the African diaspora in 'Synchronicity' in Paris and London, and 'Cyclicalities' in Dakar. In 2013, they co-organised Virginie Yassef's 'Investigations of a Dog' on LE SOCLE, Parc des Chaumont, Paris, as well as the IKT Lab#3, 'African Art. What For?', with Chantal Pontbriand at Gulbenkian Foundation, Paris. Between 1998 and 2009, she worked in international museums and galleries in Paris, London and at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin.

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