Curatorial Practice as Production of Visual & Spatial Knowledge: Panel Discussion, October 4, 2014

  • Nicole Scalissi
  • Alison Langmead
  • Terry Smith
  • Dan Byers
  • Cynthia Morton
Keywords: curating, visual knowledge

Abstract

The following is a transcription of a conversation between curators of art, science, and digital data about how their practice creates knowledge in their respective fields. Drawn from Pittsburgh’s rich institutional resources, the panelists include Dan Byers, (then) Richard Armstrong Curator of Contemporary Art, Carnegie Museum of Art; Dr. Alison Langmead, Director, Visual Media Workshop, Department of History of Art and Architecture, and Assistant Professor, School of Information Scienes, University of Pittsburgh; Dr. Cynthia Morton, Associate Curator of Botany, Carnegie Museum of Natural History; and Dr. Terry Smith, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory, University of Pittsburgh. Moderated by Nicole Scalissi, PhD candidate, Department of History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh. The panel took place as a part of Debating Visual Knowledge, a symposium organized by graduate students in Information Science and History of Art and Architecture at the University of Pittsburgh, October 3-5, 2014. The transcription has been edited for clarity.

Curatorial Practice as Production of Visual & Spatial Knowledge

Published
2015-08-03
How to Cite
Scalissi, N., Langmead, A., Smith, T., Byers, D., & Morton, C. (2015). Curatorial Practice as Production of Visual & Spatial Knowledge: Panel Discussion, October 4, 2014. Contemporaneity: Historical Presence in Visual Culture, 4, 143-157. https://doi.org/10.5195/contemp.2015.151
Section
Special Section: Debating Visual Knowledge Symposium