Curating, Editing, Writing – Critical Spatial Practice

With a background in architectural design, followed by doctoral research in architectural history, and then a period teaching public art and writing art criticism, my work has focused on interdisciplinary meeting points between different disciplines – between feminist theory and architectural history, conceptual art practice and architectural design, art criticism and autobiographical writing. Through collaborative and individual research, both books and exhibitions, this chapter looks at a number of curatorial and editorial projects I have been involved in from the late 1990s and how these relate to my work as a sole author of architectural history and art criticism.

‘Curating, Editing, Writing: Critical Spatial Practice’, Judith Rugg (ed) Issues in Curating, Contemporary Art and Performance (Bristol: Intellect Press, 2007).


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