Guided tour, Discussion, Adults, Young People

Expert Tour: The Magic Power of the Needle (EN)

With Joanna Warsza, Kuratorin

Joanna Warsza (b. 1976, Warsaw) is an interdependent curator, editor, art writer and educator, from Warsaw living in Berlin. She co-curated the Polish Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale in 2022, with the work of Małgorzata Mirga-Tas, the first Roma artist to be shown in any national pavilion. Since 2014, Warsza has been program director of CuratorLab at Konstfack University of the Arts, Stockholm. She has curated numerous biennials, city projects, exhibitions, and conferences, such as the 7th Berlin Biennale (as associate curator), Public Art Munich 2018, and edited over 15 publications on left-wing feminist histories, decolonisation in Eastern Europe, memory work, the cusp of art, activism, political desire and performativity, situated knowledges, and questions of asymmetries or ethics in socially engaged practices. With her background in theater, gender, and performance studies, she often takes a dramaturgical approach to exhibition making.

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