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Alistair Small

MA work


4717 was a 10-day exhibition in partnership with LUX, the largest collection of moving image work in the UK. The exhibition invited four artists - Anne de Boer, Ines Camara Leret, Libita Clayton and Jade Montserrat -  to create new work in relation to a single work chosen from the collection: Ursula Mayer's Gonda (2012). The resulting exhibition was broadcast live, 24 hours a day, on - and the website, along with a set of instructions, has now entered the LUX collection as the 4717th acquisition.   


  • Alistair Small
  • MA Degree


    School of Arts & Humanities


    MA Curating Contemporary Art, 2018

  • Alistair Small is a multidisciplinary curator, writer and researcher, with a background in visual culture and art history. His projects include Micro-Micro Revolution, (CFCCA 2015), Designing Craft / Crafting Design (Vienna Design Week 2017) and 4717 (RCA/LUX 2018).
  • Degrees

  • BA History of Art, University of York