An introduction to the CCA: The Museum is Not Enough

Event, in English, Seoul Hall of Urbanism and Architecture, 29 March 2019, 10am

CCA Chief Curator Giovanna Borasi participates in the opening of the Seoul Hall of Urbanism and Architecture and its day-long conference. Borasi’s talk gives an overview of the conceptual mandate which underpins the activities at the CCA and upcoming projects such as The Museum is Not Enough, which further questions the role and purpose of institutions in our contemporary landscape. The conference is arranged by the Urban Space Improvement Bureau, a branch of the Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG), and the Korean Institute of Architects (KIA).

The talk will be followed by a panel discussion led by Lee Youngseok, with Sabrina Khoo from the Singapore City Gallery.


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