My curatorial practice is a fusion of love ethics, ontological contemplation, design management principles, and avant-garde curation techniques. Embracing Bell Hooks' concept of love ethics, I champion the transformative power of love as a tool for change and understanding within the art world. This love extends beyond mere sentimentality - it is a liberating force that fosters empathy, understanding, and inclusivity within gallery spaces.
Diving deep into the essence of 'being' within the art world, I explore our interactions, interpretations, and experiences with art. I advocate for a profound and more meaningful engagement that surpasses mere surface-level understanding.
My background in design management has equipped me with a structured approach to conceptualise and implement creative projects. I incorporate these principles into my curatorial practice, championing design thinking as a powerful tool to refine and elevate the artistic expression and experience.
In tune with the shifting paradigms in contemporary curation, my approach is ever-evolving, responding to the changing global landscape. I prioritise inclusivity, championing underrepresented voices, and creating a nurturing environment for artists and audiences alike.
My practice is committed to the present, exploring systems and connectivity in a world that is increasingly networked and interdependent. I strive to foster a curatorial environment that transcends the mundane, elevating all involved to a higher plane of existence and artistic appreciation.
In conclusion, my curatorial practice is a potent blend of love ethics, ontological exploration, design management principles, and contemporary curation approaches. I see the gallery not just as a space for displaying art, but as a platform for connection, transformation, and transcendence.