Susan Gibb ( 1983, Sydney) is a curator and writer and has a longstanding interest in the conditions that shape artistic production. Her curatorial practice is multidisciplinary – and reflects a history of engagement with artists in the creation of new works over long periods – across visual arts, performance, moving image, contemporary dance and publishing. Her projects have often focused on development opportunities for artists at pivotal moments in their practice through the establishment of strategic partnerships, networks and curatorial frameworks. She is the director of Western Front (Vancouver), she was associate curator at If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (2013-19), a curatorial production house for performance related art and research based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Previously, Susan ran the independent curatorial Initiative Society, and held curatorial positions at the art centres Carriageworks and Campbelltown Arts Centre in Sydney, Australia.