Responding to the context of the exhibition The Making of an Institution, Emily Pethick will present a talk on The Showroom, London, United Kingdom looking at its mission statement and how this was developed in tandem with the organisation’s development. This talk is part of Reason to Exist: The Director’s Review that brings together directors and founders of organisations that adopt critical and innovative strategies to advance the development of contemporary art practices and discourses. Pethick will also engage and connect with local artists and institutions.
12 February - 19 February 2017
Emily Pethick will present a talk on The Showroom, London, United Kingdom looking at its mission statement and how this was developed in tandem with the organisation’s development.
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COUNTRY OF PRACTICE: United Kingdom
Since 2008, Emily Pethick (b. 1975, United Kingdom) has been Director of The Showroom, London, United Kingdom, a contemporary art space committed to collaborative and process-driven approaches to cultural production within its locality and beyond. She was previously Director of Casco, Office for Art, Design and Theory, in Utrecht, the Netherlands (2005-2008) and curator at Cubitt, London, United Kingdom (2003-2004). Pethick is currently teaching the course Curating Positions at the Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem, the Netherlands. She is also working on a research project for a new institution in Amsterdam led by Stedelijk Museum and Ammodo, both in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Pethick has contributed to numerous catalogues and magazines, including Artforum, Frieze, Afterall, and The Exhibitionist, and edited numerous publications including Wendelien van Oldenborgh’s monograph Amateur (2016), and Cluster: Dialectionary (with Binna Choi, Maria Lind and Natasa Petresin-Bachelez, 2014). Pethick is also a jury member for the 2017 Turner Prize.
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