Photo: Edith Doove in Plymouth, South West

Edith Doove

Curator, Lecturer / academic

In my curatorial practice I am specifically interested in notions of emergence and contingency, cross and transdisciplinary collaborations as well as socially-engaged art. After a substantial track record of 23 years working in Belgium as a free-lance curator and art critic I moved to Plymouth, UK in August 2010 in order to start my PhD-research at Transtechnology Research on curatorial practice as creative act. My curatorial practice is since September 2011 amongst others situated within Plymouth College of Art where I am programme leader BA (Hons) Fine Art, Critical and Curatorial Practices. Between 2005 and 2012 edprojects was the umbrella under which I worked as a curator and a translator. Clients have been amongst others: Platform P at the Duke - co-curator, 2011 University of Leuven/Museum M - curator Parallellepipeda - between art and science, 2007-10 ngo Vredeseilanden - curator wijheizij, 2009-10 deSingel, Antwerp - curator dedonderdagen, 2006-07 STUK, Leuven - curator Hyperbolic, 2006 City of Hasselt - curator Super! Triennial for Contemporary Art, Fashion & Design, 2004-5 Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle - director/curator, 1999-2004 read full statement

Location Plymouth, South West
Activities Higher education, Lecturing, Community arts, Participatory projects, Curating
Artforms Curatorial project, Education project, Publication, Participatory, Research
Tags curatorial, research, participatory, international, transdisciplinary

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