Curating on the move

Taipei Biennale 2020

Date: Mid November 2020
Shared Campus Workshop and Conference alongside Taipei Biennale 2020

The Postgraduate Programme in Curating will organize a conference and workshop in collaboration with Martin Guinard and Bruno Latour, directors of the Taipei Biennale 2020. The workshop is part of the Shared Campus cooperation platform, this particular workshop is organized by MAS in Curating, ZHdK, and TNUA.

The five day workshop (Mid November 2020) will deal with the Taipei Biennale’s topic on ecology and world-making. A big emphasis lies on participatory and performative activities from local artists and acteurs, who will be part of Small Projects for Coming Communities (

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Shared Campus is a cooperation platform for international education formats, research networks and joint productions launched by seven arts institutions. Close cooperation is imperative to tackling issues of global significance. Especially the arts can, and indeed ought to, play an important role in this respect. Shared Campus establishes connections that generate value for students, academics and professionals, and enables participants to share knowledge and competencies. The platform is designed around themes of international relevance with a distinct focus on transcultural issues and cross-disciplinary collaboration.

City University of Hong Kong / School of Creative Media
Hong Kong Baptist University
Kyoto Seika University
LASALLE College of the Arts (Singapore)
Taipei National University of the Arts
University of the Arts London
Zurich University of the Arts