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Exhibiting in an Educational Field – LiveInYourHead 2009-2019
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  L’expérience de l’exposition LiveInYourHead 2009-2019
Edited by Julie Enckell Julliard.
Texts by Roxanne Bovet, Yann Chateigné, Jean-Pierre Greff, Charlotte Laubard, Clémentine Deliss, Julie Enckell Julliard, Géraldine Gourbe, Tom Holert, Doreen Mende, Lucie Kolb.

Graphic design: Marion Bareil and Stéphane Hernandez.

Published by HEAD – Geneva.
published in April 2019
texts in English and French
14,8 x 21 cm (softcover)
208 pages (72 color & 12 b/w ill.)
€18.00
ISBN: 978-2-940510-36-8
EAN: 9782940510368
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This hybrid publication's starting point relies in ten years of activities of LiveInYourHead, Geneva School of Art and Design (HEAD)'s exhibition space. Between a catalogue, an archive and a collective publication, this book explores the relationships between art education and curatorial knowledge. The study of these productive, yet complex interactions reveal the connections, the entanglements, and the tensions as well, that are at work when one aims at linking the teachings of art and the ones of curation, the forms of learning artistic practice, and in the meantime its exhibition.
This hybrid publication's starting point relies in ten years of activities of LiveInYourHead, Geneva School of Art and Design (HEAD)'s exhibition space. Between a catalogue, an archive and a collective publication, this book explores the relationships between art education and curatorial knowledge. The study of these productive, yet complex interactions reveal the connections, the entanglements, and the tensions as well, that are at work when one aims at linking the teachings of art and the ones of curation, the forms of learning artistic practice, and in the meantime its exhibition.
Since 2009, LiveInYourHead acts inside, and at large of HEAD—Genève. It is an art space, an informal curatorial program, a micro-institute, as well as a place for collective research, production and meetings. If it has organised more than 70 exhibitions exploring diverse subjects, various forms and formats, its intense activity reflect, in mirror, on the major changes that have been undergoing in art schools since a decade. The essays that structure this publication are offering as many historical, theoretical and critical perspectives. At the intersection of artistic disciplines, they shed light on the recent evolution artistic and educational institution, in relation with the curatorial apparatus.
The authors—theoreticians, historians, curators, artists, and teachers—are analysing the movements, the dynamics and the networks that connect art schools, exhibition spaces, research institutes and knowledge production centers. Their texts are proposing a in depth study of the histories of art transmission in order to draw alternative educational and artistic genealogies for contemporary today. A conversation with the founders and curators of LiveInYourHead, essays interpreting the space's archives as well as a large selection of exhibition photographs are rounding off the table of contents.