The 7th instalment of 1000 Words ‘Curator Conversations’ features Christine Eyene. The conversation retraces Eyene’s early steps into curating and addresses the role and responsibilities of the profession. It opens with a question on exhibition as a form, and the meaning of curating in an age of image and information excess.
1000 Words is a leading online contemporary photography magazine founded by Tim Clark in 2008. It commissions and publishes exhibition and photo book reviews, essays and interviews in response to the visual culture of our present moment.
‘Curator Conversations’ is part of a collaborative set of activities on photography curation and scholarship initiated by Tim Clark, Christopher Stewart (London College of Communication, University of the Arts London) and Esther Teichmann (Royal College of Art).
Read the conversation on 1000 Words magazine.