[NetBehaviour] on-curating issue_09

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on-curating issue_09


The reader presents a cross-section of the voices that populate the 
ongoing debate about, on the one hand, how and in what terms curating 
functions as a critical cultural practice, and on the other, what 
methodologies and histories exist with which we can critically analyse 
curatorial work today. This collection of essays was first published in 
2007 by Revolver, in Frankfurt am Main and ICE, Institute for 
Curatorship and Education, Edinburgh College of Art as the first ICE Reader.

The Reader was quickly sold-out and it is in the spirit of wishing to 
make the valuable contributions within available to a broader public 
that we are reissuing the entire book as an issue of the on-curating 
journal. The Book was conceived of by its guest-editors Barnaby Drabble, 
curator and lecturer ECAV and Dorothee Richter, curator and head of 
Postgraduate Program in Curating, Institute Cultural Studies of the 
Arts, Departement Cultural Analysis, Zurich University of the Arts, and 
commissioned and edited by Marianne Eigenheer, director of the Institute 
for Curatorship and Education at Edinburgh College of Art and editor of 
the ICE series. We are very grateful to all authors and contributors for 
their permission to re-publish, and to all supporters of the original 

Contributions by:
Marianne Eigenheer, Barnaby Drabble, Dorothee Richter, Sarat Maharaj, 
Beatrice von Bismarck, Per Hüttner and Gavin Wade, Rober M. Buergel and 
Ruth Noack, Rebecca Gordon Nesbitt, Maria Lind and Paul O'Neill, Oliver 
Marchart, Beryl Graham and Sarah Cook, Marion von Osten, Sarat Maharaj 
and Giliane Tawadros, Ute Meta Bauer and Marius Babias, Walter Grasskamp.

Marianne Eigenheer

Guest Editors:
Barnaby Drabble and Dorothee Richter

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