MA Culture, Criticism and Curation Final Projects
November - December 2018
Working in partnership with international and national organisations, artists, designers and writers, students have devised a publication and a series of exhibitions and events that consider activism and representability, identity and the self, gender and work, community and experience.
"The projects emphasise the power of curating to ‘multiply’ and build interest around big ideas through collaboration with creative practitioners and organisations. We feel excited by the ambition and rigour of this year’s projects and are happy to share them with you." - Alison Green, Course Leader
Header image: Suspended, Çağlar Tahiroğlu, 2018
9 - 29 November 2018 (Exhibition)
Location: vFd, 66 Stoke Newington Rd, London, N16 7XB
MA Culture, Criticism and Curation in collaboration with vFd presents Hair Matters, an exhibition that examines the social and cultural symbolism of hair in the 21st century.
12-16 November (Exhibition)
Location: Institute of Psychoanalysis, Byron House, 112a Shirland Rd, London W9 2EQ
Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis, MA Culture, Criticism and Curation students present Persona at the Institute of Psychoanalysis.
13 November 2018 - 17 February 2019 (Exhibition and workshop)
Location: SLG Fire Station, 82 Peckham Road, London SE15 5LQ
The result of a six-month collaboration between the South London Gallery’s REcreative Editorial Board and MA Culture, Criticism and Curation, Went to Work, Came Back explores issues around gender in the workplace inspired by the SLG’s 1975 exhibition, Women and Work, by artists Margaret Harrison, Kay Hunt and Mary Kelly.
Wednesday 5 December, 6-8pm (Publication launch)
Location: Burley Fisher Books, 400 Kingsland Road, London E8 4AA
Unknown Quantities (UQ) is a collective of student editors and designers from Central Saint Martins' MA Culture, Criticism and Curation and MA Graphic Communication Design courses, working on developing the sixth issue of UQ. UQ 6 focusses on notions of space and place and how they affect our experience of the world.