Tim Brennan

Curator: Medium

Central to my presentation will be the idea that curating involves the construction of spatial debate through the presentation of artefacts and cultural processes. The potential contestation of ideas and perceptions available through curating is always a potential that might ultimately surface as institutional critique. The success or failure of this challenge is assigned to the curator, her own infrastructure and pedagogy.

Dr. Tim Brennan
is an independent artist/curator born in Sunderland  (1966) and studied Fine Art at the Slade School of Fine Art, London and Public History at Ruskin College, Oxford. He has exhibited and curated projects internationally utilising a range of media, including curating, writing, painting, new technologies, sound, photography and organised walking to explore discursive performance. His innovative approaches to working with archives and collections has involved projects with the Henry Moore Institute (1998) National Maritime Museum (2002), the British Museum (2003) and the Mass Observation Archive (2008-09). He was formerly Assistant Director of the MA in Fine Art Administration & Curatorship, Goldsmiths College, London and is currently Programme Leader MA Curating at the University of Sunderland.

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