Suzy Park is a Seoul-based independent curator interested in the praxis of friendship, love, religion, and queerness as political and aesthetic allegories of contemporary art. Park’s latest research has focused on abstractness that does not rely on concerns outside of art, as well as abstractness as an attribute of art. She manages the Seoul-based curatorial agency AGENCY RARY and co-operates WESS, a project space in Seoul with 11 more curators.
Suzy Park has curated work at SeMA Bunker; Total Museum of Contemporary Art; and WESS, all in Seoul, among others.
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Ida Schyum is a Danish curator specialized in curating exhibitions that reflects on and challenges our current moment while engaging new audiences. Schyum is currently a curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde, which is a museum displaying exhibitions and their collection of hybrid and ephemeral art forms everywhere else than in the white cube–e.g. in public institutions, public space, abandoned buildings, on digital platforms, in private offices, and at festivals.
Ida Schyum has curated exhibitions in her position as a curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde and in her previous position as a curator at the Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art as well as independently at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, ARoS Public, and the Alt_Cph20 Biennial. She has also curated outreach programs for the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and the Nivaagaard Painting Collection
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Līga Spunde creates multimedia installations that intertwine personal stories with deliberate fiction. The work’s content determines it’s physical form, prompting the artist to a variety of media and materials in her installations. Her own experiences are expanded through the interpretation and utilization of recognizable characters. Spunde’s art can be found in public and private collections around Europe.
Līga Spunde has exhibited work at Tuesday to Friday Gallery, Spain; Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Latvia; and Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Latvia, among others.