A Contract for Critical Thought

No one can talk about the contents in the room. Period. That is the unyielding underlying principle of The Social Contract (2007- ), a project conceived by Jacqueline Riva and Geoffrey Lowe, who together form the collaborative A Constructed World. All those involved in The Social Contract, from curators to critics to audiences, must first agree to sign a legal document known as a Confidentiality and Participation Agreement before they are allowed to enter the room and look around. Having seen the artworks within, they continue to be bound for a set…

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