Magda Tyzlik-Carver
Since 2004
Works in Falmouth United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

BIO
I am an independent curator working primarily within the network context. My curatorial work is concerned with projects that critically utilise online networking tools, such as wikis, Skype, iChat, and offline public spaces and galleries. My research interests include curating and networks, organised networks and transdisciplinarity, cognitive capitalism and immaterial labour within the context of the artworld, digital and immaterial commons.

I am also a PhD candidate at the department of Aesthetics and Communication at the Aarhus University in Denmark, researching how current curatorial models and practices are influenced by contemporary cultures of mass participation in socio-technological networks. The focus of the project is on linking curating and commons to speculate on developing new curatorial models.
I am an associate curator at KURATOR (http://www.kurator.org/), a combined research platform and curatorial agency at the intersection of art, technology and society. I work as Research Assistant at Falmouth University (UK).I was co-founder and member of open collective Art in Hidden Places of Falmouth.

Recent curatorial projects include Ghost Factory (2013), common practice/code and common practice/language at Arnolfini, Bristol (2010), playing practice (2009), (in)Visible Networks (2008), Participation 2007.

http://www.magda.thecommonpractice.org/