Engaging with photography in print.
The expanded field of curatorship cannot be reduced to a set of positions that exist in opposition to exhibition-making; rather they support forms of research-based, dialogical practice in which the processual and the serendipitous overlap with speculative actions and open-ended forms of production.
Morris, D. and O'Neill, P. (2014). Exhibition as social intervention. London: Koenig Books.
We distinguish the twenty-first century curator-producer from the museum custodian by their active involvement in the production of the artwork; by their consideration of the need to work from an informed, embedded position.
O'Neill, P. and Doherty, C. (2011). Locating the producers. Amsterdam: Valiz.