Anima Mundi reverses the current approach to curation, returning to the origin of its Latin meaning, “curare, to take care”.
By taking the emphasis away from the product and placing it on the process and individuals, a completely different relationship is established between the artist and the inclusive curator. Selecting artists whose work reflects their individual integrity, the curator begins to construct the foundations for interactions, by regular studio visits and organising meetings and personal contacts between the artists.
Interfering as little as possible in working processes, the curator maintains and nurtures its integrity, by providing practical support and care. Anima Mundi celebrates spontaneity of creativity. Both artists and curators share the responsibility of finding common ground in order to promote a new approach towards individualisation and differences at the same time.