Talking to Action at Hammer Museum’s ENGAGE MORE NOW

The Talking to Action researchers and lead curator Bill Kelley, Jr. took part in the Hammer Museum’s Engage More Now! A Symposium on Artists, Museums, and Publics on November 6-7, 2015. The symposium aimed to address three main areas of investigation: museum-sited engagement; nomadic museum practices; and artist-initiated engagement outside existing institutional frameworks. As a guest [more]

Interview with Bill Kelley, Jr.

Date of Interview: Aug 14, 2015 Location: Quito, Ecuador Topic: Interview with Bill Kelley, Jr. Interviewer: Rodrigo Ortega [1] on behalf of FLACSO Radio [2] 

Curatorial Practice and Community-Based Art

An interview with Lucía Sanromán Talking to Action co-curators Karen Moss and Bill Kelley, Jr. interviewed Lucía Sanromán regarding curatorial practice and community-based art. 

Interviews from the Archive – Eduardo Molinari

Date of Interview: Oct 01, 2010 Location: Argentina Topic: Interview with Eduardo Molinari Interviewer: Nancy Garín on behalf of LatinArt.com[1] LatinArt:  When and how was the idea of the Archivo Caminante born?

Experimental Communities, Mapa Teatro (Bogotá, 2001-2005)

By David Gutiérrez Castañeda (Mexico City) The artist and ethnographer maintain, from the beginning, different viewpoints and positions in relation to the same object or, in this case, the same subjects. In general, a social scientist arrives with hypotheses that will be the object of verification; the artist, above all, has intuitions that allow or do [more]

Encounters – Mexico City and Oaxaca

by Bill Kelley, Jr. My first extensive Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA travel curiously began in Shanghai where I was a jury member for the International Public Art award. It was these intense series of conversations with people like Uta Meta Bauer, Lewis Biggs, Jay Pather, and Pooja Sood over the qualifying characteristics of what makes good [more]

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