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– Alice Lee, 2013

Alice Lee

MA Curation

Within the framework of contemporary art and its display, the distinction between the role of a curator and that of an artist is often blurred. Many artists now are so spatially aware that they almost curate their own work in the process of making. Approaching from an art practitioner background, the motive behind my curatorial practice emerges from a need to examine a clearer definition of these two roles, within a contemporary context, through independent, process-driven projects and the archive of their development. My intention is to produce a library of experiential work that can act as guidance and a source of reference for other curators. Recently I have initiated two London-based exhibitions in order to explore my ideas. Document Documenting Documentation, part of the V22 Summer Club in Bermondsey during July 2012, was an investigation into the importance of documentation as a permanent record of a temporal event, and Parallel Point is an on-going collaborative dialogue with painter Adam Laurence Hedley, on educating an artist about a curator’s practice and vice versa, and the perception of each through the other’s lens. In March 2013, this conversation resulted in two simultaneous exhibitions of Hedley’s work in Dalston and Peckham.

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www.parallelpoint.co.uk

Exhibition

– Alice Lee, 2013

Exhibition

– Alice Lee, 2013