Adam Barbu is an independent writer and curator currently living in Ottawa. He has produced contemporary art exhibitions nationally and internationally that explore themes of cultural memory, the politics of spectatorship, and alternative modes of public engagement. His current critical research focuses on queer theory, “post AIDS” discourses, and early minimalist art. In fall 2015, Barbu will begin his M.A. in Art History at the University of Toronto.
Curator, Winner of 2015 Middlebrook Prize