An independent contemporary art curator, working internationally and creatively with artists entirely on original commissions, directly engaged with the artist’s working process as far as possible.
Rob La Frenais is an independent contemporary art curator, working internationally and creatively with artists entirely on original commissions.
He believes in being directly engaged with the artist’s working process as far as possible, while actively widening the context within which the artist can work.
Rob is one of our members featuring their work as part of the ClimateCultures Quarantine Connection series. We shared his piece, New mobilities after the lockdown, on Day 17 of the 40-day series.
Rob's ClimateCultures posts
Composer Lola Perrin and curator Rob La Frenais invited three artists and organisers to talk about their creative work for COP26 and their feelings about the global conference's failure to match the warm rhetoric of its first day. Read More
Curator and writer Rob La Frenais interviews scientist and fellow ClimateCultures member Bill McGuire about Skyseed. McGuire's novel explores geoengineering -- the ‘fix’ proposed by some as global heating's global solution. What on Earth could possibly go wrong?... Read More
Independent curator and writer Rob La Frenais interviews fellow ClimateCultures member and ClimateKeys founder Lola Perrin about her ground-breaking global initiative to 'help groups of people tell the truth to each other' about the ecological and climate emergency. Read More