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Pablo Helguera: The Social Practice Nightmare Before Christmas


We were thrilled to welcome Pablo Helguera, a New York-based Mexican artist working with installation, sculpture, photography, drawing, socially engaged art and performance, as our keynote speaker for our Networking Event in November 2022. As both an artist and educator Pablo has made a very significant contribution to the field of socially engaged practice. Through his projects and critical writing, he has expanded our thinking of what it means to be a socially engaged artist, and the potential of the practice to effect change. Often employing humour, Pablo has illuminated many of the key preoccupations of contemporary socially engaged arts practice, communicating the complexity of what’s at stake while also highlighting critical pathways through for a generation of artists. Following his keynote lecture, Pablo was joined in conversation by artist Deirdre O’Mahony, member of Create’s Board.


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