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Errors of curation: On collections edited by Otto Penzler, and how even respected anthologists can get things wrong
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Errors of curation: On collections edited by Otto Penzler, and how even respected anthologists can get things wrong

When we trust someone as an expert in a field, we want them to be informed as well as scrupulous. Otto Penzler's errors are a caution not just to editors but also to critics and teachers who are tempted to sound more knowledgeable than they are about a book or film.

Léuli Māzyār Lunaʻi Eshrāghi on indigenous curatorial practices, and the politics of multiple identities
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Léuli Māzyār Lunaʻi Eshrāghi on indigenous curatorial practices, and the politics of multiple identities

Léuli Māzyār Lunaʻi Eshrāghi on improvising strategies for de-centering and de-colonialising curatorial practices | Experimenter #CuratorsHub 2018

Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018: Prasad Shetty, Rupali Gupte on urbanism, architectural activism and collaboration
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Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018: Prasad Shetty, Rupali Gupte on urbanism, architectural activism and collaboration

Prasad Shetty and Rupali Gupte are architects and artists who prefer to call themselves urbanists. They spoke with Firstpost from the sidelines of the Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018

Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018: Adam Szymczyk on his expansive yet controversial documenta 14 edition
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Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018: Adam Szymczyk on his expansive yet controversial documenta 14 edition

Adam Szymczyk reflected on some of the ideological consequences of his curatorial paradigm while also addressing the rising climate of hostility and xenophobia and its implications on the display of artistic practices

Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018: Shumon Basar on artificial intelligence and the future of art
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Experimenter Curators' Hub 2018: Shumon Basar on artificial intelligence and the future of art

Shumon Basar, a writer, thinker and cultural critic, has been instrumental in shaping stimulating and provocative conversations around a range of subjects that don’t seem to rest immediately within the purview of art — like artificial intelligence

As Blue Whale Challenge spreads in Kerala, teachers, parents and politicians gear up for long and arduous fight
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As Blue Whale Challenge spreads in Kerala, teachers, parents and politicians gear up for long and arduous fight

Nithin Jose (name changed at request), a third semester degree student at a prominent college in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, could not control his curiosity when one of his friends shared a link on Facebook: The Blue Whale Challenge.

Blue Whale Challenge: Centre’s call for ban on the game is a good political statement, but it's not feasible
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Blue Whale Challenge: Centre’s call for ban on the game is a good political statement, but it's not feasible

Cyber security gurus opine that although the move to ban the game makes for a good political statement, it is hardly feasible.