PANOS FOURTOULAKIS

Curating

PANOS FOURTOULAKIS

Panos Fourtoulakis is a curator and producer whose projects tend to explore the affective, affecting, and contingent possibilities of time-based media. In 2020 he co-curated Sets and Scenarios for Nottingham Contemporary, an online programme of film, text and performance exploring our heightened proximity to moving images and what it means to live under their influence. Prior to that, he developed a series of live projects for a variety of art institutions and non-art spaces in London such as the Barbican Centre, Goldsmiths CCA, Cubitt, and Queen Adelaide. He commissioned artists Adam Christensen, Eva Gold, Thuy-Han Nguyen- Chi and Aaron Ratajczyk to produce new works, and has worked with AA Bronson, Pauline Boudry/ Renate Lorenz, Christian Friedrich, Sidsel Meineche Hansen, James Richards and Prem Sahib, among others. He holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art, studied Art History and Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmiths and holds a BA in Media and Cultural Studies from London College of Communication. Panos also has a collaborative practice with Titus Nouwens, with whom they previously curated It’s a lot like life, an exhibition staged in a lecture theatre at RCA, exploring power relations, interdependency, care and trust. He has been awarded the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship by ARTWORKS (2021).

Sets and Scenarios, Nottingham Contemporary, online, 2020

Sets and Scenarios, Nottingham Contemporary, online, 2020

Sets and Scenarios, Nottingham Contemporary, online, 2020

Sets and Scenarios, Nottingham Contemporary, online, 2020

It’s a lot like life, Royal College of Art, London, 2019

It’s a lot like life, Royal College of Art, London, 2019

…a casual event with dramatic storytelling, Goldsmiths CCA, London, 2019

…a casual event with dramatic storytelling, Goldsmiths CCA, London, 2019

Death Drive, Fringe Film Festival, London, 2016

Death Drive, Fringe Film Festival, London, 2016