Since Spring 2015, Latitudes has published a monthly cover story on its homepage www.lttds.org featuring past, present or forthcoming projects, as well as ongoing research, texts, artworks, exhibitions, films, objects or travel related to our curatorial practice. Here's how 2020 looked like on our homepage.
Our website is finally up and running! Take a look at www.lttds.org After months of re-editing, digging floppy disks and analogue archives, we're proud (and relieved!) to launch our newly designed website, same address as always: http://www.lttds.org
We have improved several things. Our home page now features a "cover story",
a monthly focus on an artwork, artist, book, site or trip we've
experienced in our recent past, accompanied by a short text. Our first
cover story centers on Wilfredo Prieto's work "Grease, Soap, Banana" presented in 2007 in the group show "Extraordinary Rendition". Below this section we highlight three recent projects which are refreshed with each visit.
Yes! Each page is more tablet and mobile-friendly, yet has an even wider format for your desktop.
At the end of each project's text, we've added "Related Content": an expandable section linking to our blog posts.
The sidebar includes details of the locations, publication (if applicable) and project supporters; a calendar of events and biography of the artist (for solo shows).
Our project page now includes tags enabling you to dynamically filter our projects by 'year', 'exhibition', 'research', 'public realm', 'with publication', etc.
From here you can also check our Index, our Publications or download the pdf 'Projects Dossier' detailing a selection of our projects.
We have revised the 'About' page and placed an accordion
listing our "Lectures", "Teaching", "Awards & Affiliations",
"Juries", "Residencies", "Bibliography/Press" and "Research and Field
Trips". And last, but certainly not least, we continue to report from our blog on the development of our projects as well as on our field trips, news, shows, or books worth discussing.