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Paul Goodwin

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Paul Goodwin is an urban theorist, curator and researcher. He is an associate research fellow at the Centre for Urban and Community Research, Goldsmiths College and Curator of Cross-Cultural Programmes at Tate Britain. At Tate, Paul creates platforms for cultural engagement with contemporary art by programming talks, symposia, workshops and live art events including The Status of Difference (ideas/debate series, 2008-2010), Conversation Pieces (ongoing artist talks series), Global Modernities (Tate Triennial conference, March 2009) and Afrodizzia (Late at Tate, Feb 2010). In 2009 he curated (with Monica Miranda) Underconstruction an exhibition and book project about the relationship between the shanty towns and the central city in Lisbon, Portugal.

Paul was Consultant Curator for the international exhibition Afro Modern: Journeys Through the Black Atlantic at Tate Liverpool (Jan – April 2010) and programmed the Global Exhibitions symposium that accompanied the exhibition. He co-edited a book based on papers from the symposium, for Liverpool University Press, entitled Contemporary Art and the African Diaspora.

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