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Miranda Pope

About Miranda Pope

Miranda Pope is a London-based writer and curator. Her projects include films, podcasts and exhibitions, and generally relate to ideas around ecology and ethical living. She's currently doing a PhD at Goldsmith's College. Her ongoing project Overland: London to Beijing, a curatorial journey featuring a work by Tobias Rehberger has taken up much of the last 5 years and is finally concluding in London.
Stuart Brisley's Hille Fellowship installation, Poly Wheel – Robin Day stacking chairs. 212 chairs in a circle

But is it Art? Conceptual Art, Corporations and the Artist Placement Group

In the 60s and 70s the Artist Placement Group eroded the boundaries of art and commerce, embedding artists in companies to see what might happen. Miranda Pope investigates. Continue reading

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Tino Seghal's Interpreters in a Swarm in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall. Photo by Phil Rogers

Wish You Were Here: Tino Sehgal at the Tate

What to make of art told (and sold) in whispers, where there is nothing left after. Miranda Pope takes on Tino Sehgal’s These Associations at the Tate. Continue reading

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