Clare Butcher (she/her) joined the Biennial team in April 2019 as Curator of Public Programming and Learning. A curator and educator from Zimbabwe who cooks and collaborates as part of her practice, Clare is committed to working within institutional, curricular, and archival structures to unlearn their logics and redistribute their resources within other times and bodies. Prior to joining the TBA team, she co-led the program unsettling Rietveld Sandberg, and was an education coordinator for documenta 14. Clare has worked with museums, academies and communities in Europe and Southern Africa, and holds an MFA from the School of Missing Studies, an MA in Curating the Archive from the University of Cape Town, as well as participated in the De Appel Curatorial Program. Some collective and individual endeavours include Men Are Easier to Manage Than Rivers (2015); The Principles of Packing… on two travelling exhibitions (2012) and If A Tree… on the Second Johannesburg Biennale (2012).