KNOWLEDGE | ESSE
Magazine | Printed in Canada
How does art reinvent science, research, education, and their institutions? What type of knowledge does the artist produce? What role can exhibition curators play in finding spaces for knowledge sharing in our weakened societies? How is the museum positioned as a place of knowledge and learning at a time when the university is increasingly subject to the demands of economic profitability, and private financing?
Esse arts + opinions’ issue 98 aims to answer these questions by proposing essays that problematize the connection between art and knowledge using contemporary artistic and curatorial practices.