Visual Art: How to Tell When a Furball Is Art ; Curators Can Learn to Spot What Is Hot and What Is Not by Taking a Course at the Royal College of Art, Discovers Mark Irving
Irving, Mark, The Independent (London, England)
Sarah Carrington is smart, graceful and already talks like a curator: the neutral tone when describing an art work that resembles a burnt-out box but which is in fact a powerfully subtle critique of Californian culture, followed by the patient smile when you say that you still don't get it; the determination to ensure that you have all the literature about the show and the artists.
In this case, the exhibition is "Playing amongst the Ruins", a show of a dozen works of art at the Royal College of Art put on by the final year students on the college's Visual Arts Administration MA.
There are videos, installations, even paintings, but the most eye- catching piece …
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