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Ambaradan round table discussion 9
In the 9th Round table, we have a conversation Mo Li, a current Ph.D. candidate and content creator that discusses different aspects of the art economy. The conversation focuses on the art market from different perspectives and the importance of understanding the art market and art economy for young artists. We also talked the inclusivity vs. exclusivity in the art world and how it could be approached by the different marginalized groups and finalising closing the conversation with cancel culture and its relationship with censorship.
Ambaradan round table discussion 8
Ambaradan round table discussion 7_ Chapter II
As a continuation to our last discussion, we host a conversation with Attiat Gamal, a bright upcoming archaeologist who is currently doing her master’s in Global Archaeology at Leiden University. The discussion was focused on the history and future of museums, their roles, and restructuring them while confronting their colonial heritage. Her points on colonial past along with controversial examples opened up new thoughts on technological development in the museum field.
Ambaradan round table discussion 7
With a brilliant artist, designer, and thinker Ahmed Isam Aldin, we had a conversation one more time. In the discussion, we focused on different curatorial practices regarding how to display the colonial past and reflecting the present social and political events.cade in terms of technological opportunities and inclusivity.
Both Dilan Perisan and Malab Alneel gave lots of insights into the Italian art world. We discussed a variety of topics like identity, representation, queer art, the future of museums, and alternative art spaces. Many points could be extended in different directions. That’s why we would like to have a second-round again. The main take away from the conversation would be a single phrase: leave more space for dialogue.
In a round table discussion with Ahmed, we unfolded the notions of postcolonialism and de-colonialism and how the cultural institutions contribute to the contemporary discourses. We would like to know more about Ahmed’s artistic practices as a Sudanese native in Germany in the second part, in a while.