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Curating Within Obscurity: Research as Exhibition Structure and Form

How can posthumous research on a curatorial subject influence the structure and form of an exhibition or a new conceptual artwork? This course retraces the steps taken to produce McClodden’s 2015-2019 artistic and curatorial work centering the lives of three Black gay men—poet Essex Hemphill, writer/poet Brad Johnson, and composer Julius Eastman—in order to examine key concepts central to research-based practice. Students will be expected to produce a research/exhibition study of an artist whom they feel has been obscured posthumously.

Learn more about the course in this intro video from Princeton Arts Fellow Tiona Nekkia McClodden:

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S01

Mondays, 1:30-4:20 PM