From the Curating Time project comes a manifold of interventions:
The Temporal Workshop
The Temporal Workshop is an exhibition problematizing time and temporalities that are gathering up around the garbage incinerator at Linköping and discuss archaeological/geological temporal scales of coordination and care between generations. Here, project leader Christina Fredengren takes you on a guided tour:
The exhibition Counterclocks work with a similar material and highlights based on Pschezt & Bastian (2017) how a place can be read as counterclocks that craves for attention and synchronization.
Curtating Time — The Lecture
Curating Time — The Lecture, with Caroline Owman, proceeds and studies actual museum settings – here the State Historical Museums are in focus particularly the The Royal Armory. The process of museificationfrom retrieval, conservation and display is followed, and intervened in to create a counter curatorial. We ask questions around:
What types of temporal relations/chronotopes is implicated in the selected museum exhibitions?
How would a curatorial approach that focuses on relations between human and non-human others provide an alternative to the anthropocentrism in the heritage sector, in ways that heeds a range of material and immaterial actors to inspire new types of museum ecologies?
How can time and temporalities, life and decay be curated in more affirmative and productive ways?
How could such temporal relations be re-thought and this be captured in exhibitions and museum collections in new ways?