Annabelle Lacroix


Anabelle Lacroix is a practice-based PhD candidate in curatorial practice at UNSW Art, Design and Architecture. She is a curator and writer with 10 years’ experience who recently collaborated with the Palais de Tokyo on public programs, and the Centre Pompidou-Metz on an artistic conference on critical pedagogies. Previously she was public programs curator at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne.
Her current research focuses on the critical potential of after-hour public programs in museums and galleries in 24-hour cities. She is developing curatorial methods for challenging the delivery of knowledge and experience in the arts. She graduated from the International Program in Curating Art at Stockholm University (MA 2011) with a background in research in Art History (MA 2009, University College London), holding a BA in Art History and Anthropology (2008, University Paris 10 – Ouest Nanterre).

Field: Art

Institution: University of New South Wales

Conference Schedule

Human geography, wayfinding, mapping, Physical versus temporal space, digital publics, galleries/museums

Title of Paper
Curating Public Programs: Methods For Being Together Otherwise