Dislocations | Discussion Session on Digital Curation

International Summer School logo, 21st - 25th June 2021

Tuesday 22 June

10 - 11.30am | Discussion Session

With Dr Jon Blackwood and invited speakers Dr Laura Leuzzi, University of Dundee, and Sally Reaper, director of Look Again Aberdeen. This session will explore digital curation and introduce the Dislocations exhibition thematically. 

Exhibition link: https://linktr.ee/dislocations (live on 21 June)
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/757870411556912 

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(Please note the title of the ticket is 'Dislocations Discussion Session')


Dr Jon Blackwood

Jon Blackwood is an educator, writer and curator. Since 2014 he has worked at Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, where he is currently reader in contemporary art. He has previously worked at DJCAD, University of Dundee. Jon’s research is concentrated on notions of peripherality and post-socialist transition in Central & Eastern Euorpe, as well as contemporary art and activism. Jon is a member of IKT, the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, and SCAN. He has curated exhibitions nationally (Summerhall, Edinburgh, Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen, the Fleming Collection, London) & internationally (Institute for Contemporary Art, Zagreb; Atelier DADO, Cetinje; duplex, Sarajevo; Muzej na Grad Skopje, North Macedonia).

The programme for the rest of the week is as follows:

Monday 21 June | In conversation with Olia SOSNOVSKAYA (Belarus / Austria) http://oliasosnovskaya.com

Tuesday 22 June | In conversation with Ahmet ÖGÜT (Turkey) https://www.ahmetogut.com/

Wednesday 23 June In conversation with Stella ROONEY (Scotland) https://www.stellarooney.com/

Thursday 24 June | In conversation with Mila PANIĆ (Germany) https://milapanic.net/

Friday 25 June In conversation with Elena CEMERSKA / Ivana MIRCHESKA (North Macedonia)

Click Here to Register (Please note that each daily session should be booked separately. The title of the ticket is 'Dislocations')

First published: 25 May 2021