Author Archives: Diana

Live Writing, Live Art 0

I am working with Bojana Jankovic, in partnership with Steakhouse Live for their annual festival Longer Wetter Faster Better, on a pilot project that focuses on developing models of critical writing about Live Art that are formally daring, critically rigorous, contextually relevant and adaptive to the needs of an ever-changing, shape-shifting field. The programme consists of the […]

Writing, motherhood, narratives 0

I was invited to take part in The Mother House / Procreate’s one day symposium at L’Iklectic, exploring art-making, motherhood and audiences. You can read my paper here.  

The Department of Feminist Conversations at Tate Exchange 0

The Department of Feminist Conversations is an intervention into contemporary criticality that seeks to broaden conversations about life and art through the perspective of contemporary feminisms. Founded by myself with writers Mary Paterson & Maddy Costa, The Department of Feminist Conversations embodies feminism as a political stance and a historical discourse. It approaches art as […]

Performance and the new Tate Modern 0

‘How can one think of art institutions in an age that is defined by planetary civil war, growing inequality, and proprietary digital technology? The boundaries of the institution have become fuzzy. They extend from pumping the audience for tweets, to a future of ‘neurocurating’ in which paintings will surveil their audience via facial recognition and […]