The Nature of Curating (an ongoing project)

The interviews aims to create an awareness of the importance and the necessity of  a curatorial engagement.It presents various interviews with a wide range of international curators with different backgrounds and perspectives, asking fundamental questions about curating and the importance of the role of a curator as well as their views on nationalization of contemporary art, and using alternative spaces and many more questions that we found relevant to the Iranian art scene today.

René Block

Gallerist, curator, and collector, former director of the Fridericianum, Kassel

Mark Gisbourne

Curator, critic, a former tutor and lecturer at University of London, Slade School of Fine Art, London, and Manchester University.

Alexander Koch

Gallerist, curator, theorist , chairman of the New Patrons in Germany

Adrienne Goehler

Curator, publicist, former Senator for Science, Research and Culture in Berlin and one of Europe's foremost cultural debaters.

Olaf Stüber

Owner of Olaf Stüber gallery in Berlin,

organizer of Videoart at Midnight.

Erika Hoffmann-Koenige

Art collector

Shulamit Bruckstein

Curator and holder of professorships in Philosophy, Visual Theory, Taswir projects, Lucerne, Frankfurt, Hamburg.

Christin Lahr

Artist, curator, professor for media art at the School of Visual Arts, Leipzig

Michael Thoss

Curator, former managing director of the Allianz Cultural Foundation and HKW

Silke Wittig

Curator

Sonja Longolius

Curator, art historian, Ph.D. "Becoming an Author" (2015)

Factory TT encourages encounters of international intellectuals, scholars and the public with emerging Iranian artists to create possibilities to produce new bodies of work and to respond to cultural, economic, and social contexts as an essential foundation for a further development of contemporary art in Iran. Factory TT challenges the Iranian art scenes status quo. It was initiated in 2015 by Shahram Entekhabi | Asieh Salimian.

 

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NOTE: Factory TT is neither supported by any government, nor any political interest, ideology or religion.