Curator Mark Godfrey, the guest curator of Jacqueline Humphries' exhibition, will open up about his curatorial interests and practice, highlighting the recent and evolutionary shifts in spaces and shifts in this work. Referencing Humphries’ work and others, Godfrey will ruminate on what happens when advocacy, dissent, protest, critique, questions, are presented in the gallery space. Also, what now is possible in these public spaces that was not possible before? What might these spaces and those of us working in and with these spaces be doing, thinking about, practicing? How in some ways can spaces work in and beyond the space, in and with the public in a way that must be different, timely, relevant, critical, and new.
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