The Centre for Curating the Archive works actively with many different kinds of collections, developing curatorship as a creative site of knowledge. Projects, publications and courses aim, through practice, to open up novel combinations of the historically separated domains of the creative arts and the truth-claiming discourses of history and the social and natural sciences.
Did you know the CCA has printing and scanning facilities available at highly competitive prices?24-Apr-2017
The root and tip of the || kwanna: introducing chiasmus in | xam narratives – by Neil Rusch21-Apr-2017
Magic, Myth, Memory: Reviewing Apichatpong Weerasketakul’s “Primitive”19-Apr-2017 News archive →
Recent projects & curations
The root and tip of the || kwanna: introducing chiasmus in | xam narratives – by Neil Rusch24-Apr-2017
Promises and Lies: The ANC in Exile
PLAYTONE: An Exercise in Taxonomy14-Aug-2014