Around 19 BC, Horace advised poets both to instruct and delight their readers, in order to write proper poetry. This piece of advice is still well-known nowadays, especially in pedagogy. But isn’t it a bit restrictive for children?
Rembrandt’s paintings are no longer hidden treasures: technical inventions unveil information underneath the surface and share the genius’s oeuvre. What happens when aesthetically and conceptually better reconstructions are omnipresent?
Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani is curator of the exhibition 'Diaspora: Exit, Exile, Exodus of Southeast Asia' in the MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum. Leonor Veiga interviewed her about the exhibition and her experience as a curator.