Fernweh: A Travelling Curators’ Project

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Fernweh was a train travelling curatorial symposium exploring the role of travel in art.

The symposium was created by eight curators from Europe and the Americas across rural Scotland in 2013. During their journeys they visited villages, towns and art venues around the country to investigate the relationship between place, hospitality, collaboration, distance and the urban-rural, as well as other matters.

Mary Jane Jacob

Mary Jane Jacob is a Curator from Chicago who holds the position of Professor and Executive Director of Exhibitions and Exhibition Studies at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Claudia Zeiske

Claudia Zeiske

Claudia Zeiske is the director of Deveron Projects in Huntly/Scotland, linking artists, people and place. Walking practices have here been instrumental to bring people from all walks of life together. Her personal pilgrimages link places special to ourselv...

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