Kelly Large (b.1973 St. Asaph, Wales. Lives and works in London) Kelly Large is a curator, artist and educator. Her multi-disciplinary practice engages with acts of public appearance and the potency of visibility and presence. She uses forms of social choreography to explore the relationship between individual and collective agency, often through long-term projects with organisations involved in culture making such as libraries, schools, art collections and universities. Her work has been presented at Tate Modern, David Roberts Art Foundation, 52nd Venice Biennale, Eastside Projects, Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, and MIMA. She has held curatorial positions at Tate Britain and SUNDAY Art Fair with a focus on commissioning live programming and performance works that reconsider the communal and physical space of the art institution. Currently she is a tutor on the Curating Contemporary Art Programme at Royal College of Art.
8 December 2018