Curatorview [Alfredo Cramerotti]

Lecture | Alfredo Cramerotti : Museum as Broadcasting

Posted in nEws and rEleases by Curatorview on July 11, 2019

Lecture | Alfredo Cramerotti : Museum as Broadcasting

Goldsmiths University of London, British School Rome
Thursday 11 July 2019, 3.00 pm

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Goldsmiths Department of Art and the British School at Rome are pleased to announce the 2019 Curatorial Summer School entitled ‘Curating the Contemporary’

This Summer School is now in its third year and is aimed at those who are interested in the professional field of curating. This will take place in July 2019 at the prestigious British School at Rome. We are looking for entrants from a mix of backgrounds but particularly graduates and artists who are considering working in curating as well as established curators who want to think and talk about the challenges and opportunities that face curators in the contemporary moment.

The course will provide you with an opportunity to engage intensively with the activity of curating contemporary art, one that produces exhibitions and events within an expanded field that includes commercial and public galleries, museums and foundations, but also public spaces and social contexts. It will investigate various modes of curating contemporary art, as well as in the expanded sense of the philosophical idea of the curatorial as it is currently discussed in the field.

Please note that this is a two week course taking place from Monday 1 – 15 July 2019.

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Curatorial Research: Alfredo Cramerotti on Aesthetic Journalism @ MFA Curating Goldsmiths (University of London)

Posted in nEws and rEleases by Curatorview on October 6, 2014

Curatorial Research: Lecture & Workshop on Aesthetic Journalism by Alfredo Cramerotti
MFA Curating Goldsmiths (University of London)

Wednesday 8 October 2014


Conversation on investigative research methodologies in contemporary art practice, and the idea of Aesthetic Journalism in specific relation to artistic/curatorial research and Fact/Fiction in contemporary art.

Organised by Aaron Juneau and Simon Sheikh / MFA Curating Goldsmiths (University of London)

Alfredo Cramerotti: Alternative Mapping @ CRITICAL WAYS OF SEEING 2014, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Posted in nEws and rEleases by Curatorview on May 21, 2014


Visualizing Knowledge and the Digital: Tool, Politics, or Art?

21-22 May 2014

Goldsmiths (University of London)

New Cross, London SE14 6NW

 24 map population-map

Hosted by the Global Media & Transnational Communications Program and Radical Media Forum, Department of Media & Communications

Hashtag: #criticaleyes

 With Philippe Rekacewicz (Le Monde diplomatique/Visions cartographiques), Giulio Frigieri (The Guardian), Alfredo Cramerotti (MOSTYN, Wales’ Contemporary Art Centre), Mushon Zer-Aviv and Galia Offri (Media Activists, Tel Aviv/New York), Stefano Cagol (Contemporary Artist, Italy), Davina Jackson (D-City Network, Australia), Sean Cubitt, Lorenzo Pizzani (Goldsmiths, UK), and Alex Gekker (Utrecht University, NL)

Organizers: Marianne Franklin, Elinor Carmi, and Paola Crespi

Venue: Richard Hoggart Building (RHB) and the New Academic Building (NAB), Goldsmiths


Thursday, 22 May

2-3.15pm: Alfredo Cramerotti

Alternative Mapping (RHB 137)

The session will explore our drive to ‘make sense’ of things we know and those we don’t. Starting from the very notion of curating as: organising / scouting / selecting / taking care of / making space for / creating links between, I have developed over the last couple of years a pinterest stream that attempts to ‘map the mapping’: There are about 330 ‘alternative maps’ on this stream – from the downright bizarre obsession to the most thorough and scientific charting approach one can think of; from kitchen utensils to animal tracks. The session will open up a discussion about our drive to map, need to map, desire to map and, ultimately, what is mapping all about: has the map exceed (finally!) the territory? Has the mapping outgrown the mappable?



Acoustic Mirrors @ Zabludowicz Collection and Swiss Cottage Library, London, UK

Posted in nEws and rEleases by Curatorview on February 2, 2012

Acoustic Mirrors

Zabludowicz Collection and Swiss Cottage Library, London, UK

04/02/12 & 05/02/12

‎/// How do we experience a work of art when we have not seen it? ///

Acoustic Mirrors invites diverse speakers and members of the public to reflect on the conceptual and physical distribution of art today. Acting as the focal point for the exhibition, the Charlie Woolley Radio Show will play host to guests including Lenka Clayton, Patrick Coyle, Alfredo Cramerotti, Michael Crowe, Doug Fishbone, Karen Di Franco, Sam Fenton-Elstone, Tom Godfrey, Seth Guy, James Harkin, Jaimie Hodgson, Homeland, Toby Huddlestone, Jeremy Hutchison, Kelly Large, Lisa Le Feuvre, Pierre Leguillon, Claudia Molitor, Garrett Phelan, Daniel Ploeger, Postworks, Aura Satz, and Christopher Kulendran Thomas, amongst others.

Audiences will be able to engage with the show live at the Zabludowicz Collection’s gallery in Chalk Farm or to listen remotely at Swiss Cottage Library and online at

Visitors will also be able to experience a selection of works from the Zabludowicz Collection through on-hand documentation that offers a unique way to access and navigate the collection.

Acoustic Mirrors is a weekend of events and live radio broadcasts organised by curators from the postgraduate programmes at the Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths, University of London.

OPENING /// Friday 3 February, 6-10pm

LIVE BROADCAST CONTINUES /// Saturday 4 – Sunday 5 February, 12-6pm


Zabludowicz Collection, 76 Prince of Wales Road, London NW5 3PT. Phone 020 7428 8940

Swiss Cottage Library, 88 Avenue Road, London NW3 3HA. Phone 020 7974 4001


Friday 3rd February

18.00 – Introduction to Acoustic Mirrors

18.25 – Christopher Kulendran Thomas: The Future, Art beyond the Contemporary

18.40 – Gil Leung in conversation.

19.20 – Christopher Thomas with Paul Peroni

19.30 – Patrick Coyle

20.00 – Christopher Thomas with LuckyPDF

20.10 – Charlie Woolley

20.50 – Christopher Thomas with guests

21.00 – Surprise DJ!

21.25 – Christopher Thomas with guests

22.00 – Friday END

Saturday 4th February

12.00 – Introduction to Day

12.15 – Tom Godfrey

12.30 – Lisa Le Feuvre in conversation

13.00 – Sam Fenton – Elstone in conversation

13.30 – Michael Crowe & Lenka Clayton (Mysterious Letters)

14.00 – Alfredo Cramerotti

14.25 – Toby Huddlestone interruption

15.00 – Garrett Phelan

16.00 – Claudia Molitor

16.30 – Seth Guy

17.00 – Postworks in conversation

18.00 – Daily Recap

Sunday 5th February

12.00 – Introduction to day

12.30 – AND Publishing host The Piracy Project

13.00 – Doug Fishbone in conversation

13.30 – James Harkin in conversation

14.00 – Homeland

14.25 – Toby Huddlestone interruption

14.35 – Jeremy Hutchison in conversation

15.00 – Karen di Franco

16.00 – Aura Satz

16.30 – Daniel Ploeger

17.00 – Jaimie Hodgson Desert Islands Discs

17.45 – Highlights of the weekend

18.00 – END

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