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International Curators Forum (ICF) was founded by artists and curators in 2007 to offer a programme of commissions, exhibitions, projects, publications and events that respond to the material conditions and cultural contexts impacting creative practitioners today.

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From the Archive

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Blue Skies: Season Butler & Françoise Vergès – The Slow Death of Prometheus
Yewande YoYo Odunubi and Orsod Malik in Conversation
Okwui Enwezor Keynote Lecture – Topographies of Critical Practice: Exhibition as Place and Site
Blue Skes: Afro-Asian Diasporas Chapter 1 – Rujunko Pugh & Marie-Therese Png
Stuart Hall Keynote Lecture – Black Diaspora Visual Art Symposium
In the Studio with Djofray Makumbu – Guest Projects Digital Residency

Leyla Stevens: Diaspora Pavilion 2 Artist in Conversation

Artist Leyla Stevens speaks with curator Jessica Taylor about her practice and participation in the exhibition ‘I am a heart beating in the world: Diaspora Pavilion 2, Sydney’.

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“I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to continue developing my practice and critical research instigated by my time as part of this project and really look forward to continuing these dialogues, as the questions of migration and belonging become more crucial by the day.”

Abbas Zahedi, Diaspora Pavilion participating artist

“This fellowship at the ICF was different; it gave me the permission and practical support I needed to explore and experiment with my own interests. At my own pace, I had an open-ended opportunity to connect to other cultural practitioners and new ideas through ICF’s archive and extended networks.”

Yewande YoYo Odunubi, 2021-22 Diasporic Animateur Curatorial Fellow

“The opportunity to be part of the Diaspora Pavilion project at ICF has been an immeasurable experience in my early career as a practicing artist to date.”

Larry Achiampong, Diaspora Pavilion participating artist

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