In 2022 I was invited to join the curatorial board of a new Korea-Netherlands International Exchange Programme, funded by ARKO (Art Council Korea). Led by Juhyun Cho, the Decolonial Curatorial Agendas for a Green New Deal project brought together artists, curators, scientists and theorists based in Korea, the Netherlands and beyond to address issues related to the arts, ecological breakdown and climate justice.
As part of the project – and building on my ongoing research into (Post) Anthropocene Museologies – I edited the first issue of the Drifting Curriculum online journal. The journal includes essays by Walter Lowande and Csilla Ariese on museums in Brazil and the Caribbean respectively, and interviews with T. J. Demos and artist Terike Haapoja on the possible futures of museums in the Anthropocene era. I also collaborated with artist Asia Komarova of The Outsiders to reflect on the Travelling Farm Museum of Forgotten Skills project.
You can find all the essays and interviews on the Drifting Curriculum website (in English and Korean).