Docinter Lecture – Stéphanie Bertrand

LECTURE – Sixth talk of the Montreal’s Interuniversity PhD Program in Art History 2020-2021 Speaker Series, “What Art Histories for Present Times?” on April 22, 2021 at 12 pm on ZOOM.

Talk title: Curatorial Effects. The Impact of Exhibition Practices on Artistic Reference and Public Reception.

Dr. Stéphanie Bertrand is a Canadian art curator, writer and Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow based between Montreal and Thessaloniki. Over the past decade, she has organized exhibitions and participated in artistic and research projects in North and South America, and in Europe, recently serving as an expert on the EU Horizon 2020 Coordination and support action ViMM–Virtual Multimodal Museums, tasked to establish a European strategy on Virtual Museums and Digital Cultural Heritage (2016-19). She is currently completing a two-year Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Global Postdoctoral Fellowship on the subject of virtual museums of contemporary art at Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture & Technology, Montreal, and the Institute of Computer Science at the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas, Heraklion (2021-23). Her forthcoming book ‘Contemporary Curating, Artistic Reference and Public Reception: Reconsidering Inclusion, Transparency and Mediation in Exhibition Making Practice’ will be published by Routledge (August 2021).

Discussant: Mariah O’Brien (University of Montreal)

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Meeting ID : 958 8942 0324
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