'Objectivity: a constellation of ideas, objects and people' featured a selection of objects from The David Usborne Collection, which shares limited biographies regarding their provenance and history. Echoing curator Paul O’Neill’s notion of the ‘paracuratorial’, the exhibition space was transformed to a gathering point, serving as a method of research for collecting, assembling and producing knowledge. It aimed to enable spaces of agency to include multiple perspectives and voices in the writing of object biographies through its processual curatorial approach.
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