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New Institutionalities: Coloniality and Politics of Display

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Recently the West acknowledged how museums very often are good documents of “coloniality”, leading to an important institutional identity crisis that demanded initiating a process of its reconceptualization, developing new strategies of display to promote horizontal relationships with the non-western cultures that are "represented". If museums are one of the most effective technology through which modernity and coloniality are constituted, what is the potential of epistemodiversity to transform research methodologies and art institutions? A conversation with Clémentine Deliss and David Dibosa, chaired by María Iñigo Clavo.

Nottingham Contemporary’s public programme is jointly funded by Nottingham Trent University and The University of Nottingham.

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