Jade Barget & Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee

22 January 2021 - 22 January 2022
Endnotes, 2021, Published by XING.

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Jade Barget 
France, United Kingdom
Jade Barget is a curator and cultural worker based between London and Paris with an interest in moving image and performance cultures. Her research centres on the force and limit of images, embodied spectatorship and affect. In 2020, Jade curated programmes for XING and Nottingham Contemporary and worked on commissioning new works by Adam Christensen, Eva Gold, Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi and Aaron Ratajczyk. 

Jade has written for a number of publications including AQNB, diaCRITICS Los Angeles Review of Books, THE SEEN and Untitled-Folder. She graduated from the Curating Contemporary Art department at the Royal College of Art, London with distinctions and was laureate of the 2020 Young Curator bursary from the Bureau des Arts Plastiques of the Institut Français and the French Ministry of Culture.


Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee
United Kingdom, Singapore

Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee is an artist and cultural researcher. Her practice is guided by the iterations of slow violence and the dynamic between the ‘near’ and ‘elsewhere’. In attempting to disarm instruments of knowledge production, her practice shies away from reduction and completion. Steering away from essentialisms, she is interested in once-forgotten micro and muted narratives. By revisioning fractured traditions, she engages with visual and textual interventions to navigate the nuances of perception and retention.

She is an Associate Lecturer in the School of Fine Art & Photography, University for the Creative Arts in Rochester (UK). She has been the recipient of grants from the National Arts Council (Singapore).