Charlotte Van Buylaere is a curator and writer whose practice explores the intersections of popular culture, feminist politics and hybrid art forms. Her curatorial projects are often executed in discursive formats such as reading groups, open classes, public discussions and video/film screenings.
In 2017 Van Buylaere conducted a research at De Appel in Amsterdam related to the reformation of its Curatorial Programme. Prior to that Charlotte was assistant curator at S.M.A.K. Museum for Contemporary Art and at the Bucharest Biennale 7. She has co-curated the exhibitions Romanian Vistas: The BB7 Travel Agency at Onomatopee in Eindhoven, Netherlands (2016), Spatial Sublation at WIELS, Belgium (2016) and Dysraphic City at Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin (2013). She co-founded the programme on food and politics: Bureau d'Alimentation, and is also working on an upcoming publication and exhibition exploring the political, social, legal and representational aspects of family, scheduled for September 2019 at Extra City Kunsthal, Antwerp.