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Sophie J Williamson is currently an Exhibition Organiser at Camden Arts Centre, where she has realised ambitious exhibitions with international artists, including Kara Walker, Moyra Davey, Glenn Ligon, Jo Baer and Ben Rivers, as well as commissioning major new works by artists such as Ruth Ewan, Nina Canell and Emma Hart. From 2009 – 2013, she was part of the founding team of Raven Row, initially as Gallery Manager and later as Exhibitions Organiser, helping establish it as one of London's most critically acclaimed spaces. She has previously worked on a range of major international exhibitions, including the inaugural Singapore Biennale (2006), the Venice Biennale (2007) and the first Asia Triennial Manchester (2008), as well as a range of projects across Europe, Asia, the UK and online. She writes regularly for publications, including Art Monthly, Frieze and Aesthetica. She received a BA in Fine Art (and Contemporary Critical Studies) from Goldsmiths College, London and an MA in Curating Contemporary Art, London.
26th October, 7:30 pm.
Sophie Williamson will discuss the intertwined programmes of Camden Arts Centre, including exhibitions, residencies, public programmes and education, and the integral role of artists within these. She will reflect on the changing landscape of contemporary art in London, the problems that artists and arts organisations face, and her current research into the potential of molecular curatorial practices in relation to this.