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* Time: 3pm  
 
* Time: 3pm  
* location: Tale of the Tub, Justus van Effenstraat 44
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* location: Tale of the Tub, Justus van Effenstraat 44 3027 TK Rotterdam  
3027 TK Rotterdam
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* link: http://www.a-tub.org/nl
Nederland* link: http://www.a-tub.org/nl
 
  
  
 
Eva Posas (Mexico) is a curator. Working across curatorial and editorial boundaries, she is interested in the immateriality of language, in identity and memory as a form of production, and in Zapotec culture. Through exhibitions, books, and public art projects, her work investigates publishing as an articulation of social complexities, storytelling as a form of curating, the crossing between public and private spaces, and the politics of subtleness as a subversive methodology. From 2020 to 2021 she is curator-in-residence at Jan Van Eyck Academie.
 
Eva Posas (Mexico) is a curator. Working across curatorial and editorial boundaries, she is interested in the immateriality of language, in identity and memory as a form of production, and in Zapotec culture. Through exhibitions, books, and public art projects, her work investigates publishing as an articulation of social complexities, storytelling as a form of curating, the crossing between public and private spaces, and the politics of subtleness as a subversive methodology. From 2020 to 2021 she is curator-in-residence at Jan Van Eyck Academie.

Latest revision as of 13:27, 12 October 2021

VIST TALE OF THE TUB with EVA POSAS


Eva Posas (Mexico) is a curator. Working across curatorial and editorial boundaries, she is interested in the immateriality of language, in identity and memory as a form of production, and in Zapotec culture. Through exhibitions, books, and public art projects, her work investigates publishing as an articulation of social complexities, storytelling as a form of curating, the crossing between public and private spaces, and the politics of subtleness as a subversive methodology. From 2020 to 2021 she is curator-in-residence at Jan Van Eyck Academie.