Curating As Anti-Racist Practice
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An anthology that reflects upon museums and exhibitions from the perspective of postcolonial museology, as well as critical migration and regime research.
In addition to critical analysis, this collection of texts is about collecting strategies and forms of action that make it possible to think of curating as an anti-racist practice.
Using intersections between social battlefields and curatorial practices as a springboard, and focusing on agency, this book examines the relationality of struggles for and against representation. Strategies of resistance, contact zones, and approaches to reappropriation are explored.
Edited by Natalie Bayer, Belinda Kazeem- Kamiński, and Nora Sternfeld
Designed by Renate Höllwart
Published by Aalto University
Softcover, 326 pages, full color, 5.9 × 8.25 inches