New Institutionalities & Public Discussion

At Nottingham Contemporary


New Institutionalities #1: Coloniality and politics of display

Tue 20 June, 6.30-8.30pm

If museums represent one of the most effective technologies through which modernity and coloniality are constituted, what is the potential of epistemodiversity to transform research methodologies and art institutions? Speakers include Clementine Deliss & Elvira Dyangani Ose, chaired by Maria Iñigo Clavo.




New Institutionalities #2: Feminist curating: an active network?

Thu 13 July, 6.30-8.30pm

Evening discussion exploring feminist curatorial practise in the art world today. Speakers include Laurence Rassel, Helena Reckitt and Anne Ellegood, chaired by Lara Perry.

In collaboration with FCU (Feminist Curators United)





New Institutionalities #3: Public Programming? Social movements and solidarity

Thu 20 July, Study Day, 11am-5pm

By bringing into dialogue practitioners from Southern Europe and the UK, this study day will ask how cultural workers can begin to refuse, formulate demands, organise and move from the programming of political content to the production of new forms of intervention and solidarity.





Public Discussion & Film Screening

 Thu 20 6-8.30pm

Presentations, discussion and screening of Alcaldessa (Ada for Mayor), a documentary following the steps of activist Ada Colau, from her time organising the anti-eviction protests in Spain to becoming Barcelona’s mayor.

In collaboration with Middlesex University and Goldsmiths.




Free Admission


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