Sarah Demeuse is a Brooklyn based curator, translator, and writer. In 2013, She was a member of the 9th Mercosul Biennial curatorial team. In February 2011, Demeuse coordinated Mark Manderss solo exhibition in Mexico City at Museo de Arte Carillo Gil (MACG) and Casa Barragán. A year earlier, Demeuse, together with Manuela Moscoso, co-founded Rivet, a curatorial office that investigates notions of deployment, circulation, exercise, and resonance through exhibition making, publications, events, and workshops. The primary focus for Rivet is longer-term projects in close collaboration with artists. In recent years, Rivet has developed projects in collaboration with ICI, the Goethe-Institute, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, and P! in New York, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, as well as with partners in Beirut, Belgium, Norway, and Spain. Sarah Demeuses writing has appeared in Art Papers, Arquine, Bulletins of the Serving Library, Kunsthart, Paper Monument, Art in America, and Triple Canopy, among others. She holds a PhD in Romance Languages and Literatures from University of California Berkeley, and an MA in Curatorial Studies from Bard College.
Rivet is triggered by what emerges from artistic production, but operates in an expanded curatorial field that includes publications, translation, teaching, and exhibition-making. Developing long-term collaborations with artists, and providing a platform from which to stimulate curatorial exchange and discussion, Rivet’s current and upcoming projects are influenced by the post-subject turn in philosophy. Bringing insights […]read more »
Join ICI for the first event in the 2012 Third Tuesdays series with Sarah Demeuse and Manuela Moscoso. The curatorial duo will speak about Rivet, the office they founded in 2010. Rivet is triggered by what emerges from artistic production, but operates in an expanded curatorial field that includes publications, translation, teaching, and exhibition-making. Developing […]read more »