ISSN: 20455836
First published in 2012
2 issues per volume
Volume 1 Issue 1
Cover Date: February 2012
Hanging Out, Crowding Out or Talking Things Out: Curating the Limits of Discursive Space
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Authors:  Rebecca Uchill 
DOI: 10.1386/jcs.1.1.27_1

art discourse,institutional discourse,Our Literal Speed,unitednationsplaza,curatorial interventions

This article considers recent curatorial gestures that draw attention to the limits of institutional discursive space. Focusing in particular on the strategies of formulating discursive structures in unitednationsplaza (2006–09) and of audience alienation in Our Literal Speed (OLS) conferences (2008–), this article explores the possibility of critical engagement with the limits of discursive procedures.
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