“Something Always Blooms” – Curatorial strategies and knowledge production in and about post-socialist rural spaces

Katalin Erdödi works as an independent curator in the fields of contemporary art and performance, with a focus on cross-disciplinary collaboration, politically engaged artistic and curatorial strategies, and art in public space, understood in the broadest sense as social, architectural, and discursive space. Central to her practice is an experimentation with different formats, from performance through exhibition-making to site-specific and process-oriented projects, with an interest in art as social practice and a tool for knowledge production. She is based in Vienna and works between Austria and Hungary.
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Dorothee Richter, Prof. Alun Rowland