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2007

Programs: Visiting Curatorial Initiative (VCI) New Project Productions (NPP) Lectures, Presentations and Exhibitions (LPE) LPE: January 11, 2007 Presentation and exhibition │Neda Firfova (MK) │Simple Words with Kana Simplified │The presentation and exhibition focuses on Firfova's latest Kana Simplified project, carried out with her mentor at the Tama Art University, Professor Masayuki Yamamoto. Kana Simplified is a Japanese Katakana font design, as the latest stage in...

Exhibition │ Untitled 2006 │ Edin Vejselovic (BiH) │ First solo exhibition in Skopje of Sarajevo – based, Macedonian born artist Vejselovic. The project includes photographic documentation of urban ready-mades.

2006

Programs: Visiting Curatorial Initiative (VCI) New Project Productions (NPP) Lectures, Presentations and Exhibitions (LHE) LPE: January 11, 2006 Exhibition│ Edin Vejselovic (BiH) │ Untitled 2006 │ First solo exhibition in Skopje of Sarajevo – based, Macedonian born artist Vejselovic. The project includes photographic documentation of urban ready-mades. VCI: February 14 – March 03, 2006  Residency│Basak Senova is...

Marjetica Potrc (SLO) and Kyong Park (USA)

2005

January 11, 2005 Lecture │ Marjetica Potrc (SLO) and Kyong Park (USA) │ Potrc's work focuses on various small-scale and individual initiatives that have been developed in cities globally in order to improve basic living conditions. She presented the Caracas Case Project, the Rooftop Room a site-specific project realized for the 8th Istanbul Biennial and other. Park’s lecture was focused on the International Center for Urban Ecology that he founded in Detroit in...

COMPILER//01 “Was ist kunst, Marinela Kozelj?” by Susann Wintsch

2003

27. November - 07. December Impressions from Macedonia, Atanas Talevski (Macedonia) Photo exhibition Partner: The International Woman's Association of Macedonia 14. - 24. November COMPILER//01 “Was ist kunst, Marinela Kozelj?” by Susann Wintsch (Switzerland) Promotion and launch of the DVD Magazine for Contemporary Art With presentations by Sokol Beqiri (Kosovo), Albert Heta (Kosovo) and Nebojsha Milikic (Serbia and Montenegro) Partner:...

One must draw the line somewhere ; group exhibition with artists: Ivanka Apostolova, Sandra Boeschenstein, Goran Dachev, Jorge Quelroz, Aleksandar Stankoski, Florian Zeyfang; curators: Miriam Bers and Yane Calovski

2004

24 . November – 15. December One must draw the line somewhere; group exhibition with artists: Ivanka Apostolova, Sandra Boeschenstein, Goran Dachev, Jorge Quelroz, Aleksandar Stankoski, Florian Zeyfang; curators: Miriam Bers and Yane Calovski Partners: K&S Gallery (Berlin) and D magazine (D is for Drawing) www.galerie-k-s.de   www.d-magazine.net 9. July Manifesta 5 European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Donostia – Sun Sebastian (Spain),...

photo Remont1

2002

4. - 25. December Art Session, performance workshops in Sopotnica (2001) and Ecka (2002), organized by REMONT Independent Artists Association from Belgrade (Serbia and Montenegro) Presentation organized by Darka Radosavljevic www.remont.co.yu 28. October - 15. November Tommy Rot (the sublime violence of truth), Yane Calovski (Macedonia) Video and photo installation Partner: AR/GE Kunst Galeria Museo, Bolzano (Italy) ...

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Sebastian Cichocki

   March 10 – 25, 2005 Sebastian Cichocki (Poland) was the first curator invited in the Visiting Curatorial Initiative program. His lecture series as well as the exhibition “compulsive_handmades” featured the works of Artur Zmijevski and Pawel Althamer, Mariola Brillowska, Azorro Group and Igor Krenz. The collaboration between Cichocki and press to exit project space represented the first attempt at introducing the contemporary art scene in Poland to the Macedonian audience.  March 12 – 25, 2005“compulsive_handmades” exhibition...

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Sebastian Cichocki

   March 10 – 25, 2005 Sebastian Cichocki (Poland) was the first curator invited in the Visiting Curatorial Initiative program. His lecture series as well as the exhibition “compulsive_handmades” featured the works of Artur Zmijevski and Pawel Althamer, Mariola Brillowska, Azorro Group and Igor Krenz. The collaboration between Cichocki and press to exit project space represented the first attempt at introducing the contemporary art scene in Poland to the Macedonian audience.  March 12 – 25, 2005“compulsive_handmades” exhibition...

Programs

The Visiting Curatorial Initiative is set up to provide an opportunity for emerging international curators to research and produce new projects in Macedonia, to share their knowledge and gain understanding of the local and regional cultural context. Since 2004 we have worked with Sebastian Cichocki, Basak Senova, Suzana Milevska, Daniele Balit, Alenka Gregoric, Fatos Ustek, Agnieszka Kurant, Marko Stamenkovic, Goran Petrovic, and others. The New Project Productions series is designed to engage emerging artists, curators, designers and cultural theorists in...

Programs

The Visiting Curatorial Initiative is set up to provide an opportunity for emerging international curators to research and produce new projects in Macedonia, to share their knowledge and gain understanding of the local and regional cultural context. Since 2004 we have worked with Sebastian Cichocki, Basak Senova, Suzana Milevska, Daniele Balit, Alenka Gregoric, Fatos Ustek, Agnieszka Kurant, Marko Stamenkovic, Goran Petrovic, and others. The New Project Productions series is designed to engage emerging artists, curators, designers and cultural theorists in...

from the exhibition Article One

SYMPOSIUM

Guest lecturers: Slavco DimitrovSofija GrandakovskaAntonia MajacaSuzana MilevskaBasak SenovaMarko Stamenkovic Slavco Dimitrov Abstract: EMOTIONAL ARCHIVE OF QUEER EXPERIENCES Queer history is history of losses. It is the loss of the history of a diffuse, heterogeneous and non-normative community, but also the historical loss/es of queer people in their daily affective experiences and emotionally endured traces, whose laws and contents are impossible to be remembered and narrated with the dominant institutional museum, history and archive terminology. However, such loss is also...

from the exhibition Article One

SYMPOSIUM

Guest lecturers: Slavco DimitrovSofija GrandakovskaAntonia MajacaSuzana MilevskaBasak SenovaMarko Stamenkovic Slavco Dimitrov Abstract: EMOTIONAL ARCHIVE OF QUEER EXPERIENCES Queer history is history of losses. It is the loss of the history of a diffuse, heterogeneous and non-normative community, but also the historical loss/es of queer people in their daily affective experiences and emotionally endured traces, whose laws and contents are impossible to be remembered and narrated with the dominant institutional museum, history and archive terminology. However, such loss is also...

Dorothee Richter – D. Wolf (Courtesy by the author)

WORKSHOP

Workshop leader: Dorothee Richter Abstract: DEVELOPMENT OF CURATING AND MEDIATING CONTEMPORARY ART We have been asked to speak here about the development of curating and mediating contemporary art. This is a wide field; therefore I would like to put possible answers and indeed even questions in a broad historical and theoretical context: There are three main questions:• Where are we? In respect of curating and art mediation• Where do we come from?• Where are we going? Dorothee Richter is an...

Dorothee Richter – D. Wolf (Courtesy by the author)

WORKSHOP

Workshop leader: Dorothee Richter Abstract: DEVELOPMENT OF CURATING AND MEDIATING CONTEMPORARY ART We have been asked to speak here about the development of curating and mediating contemporary art. This is a wide field; therefore I would like to put possible answers and indeed even questions in a broad historical and theoretical context: There are three main questions:• Where are we? In respect of curating and art mediation• Where do we come from?• Where are we going? Dorothee Richter is an...

About the project

Authors of the project:
Velimir Zernovski, Jovanka Popova, Elena Trencheva


Hacking the Future is an open, participative, research project that aims to initiate a process of structural mapping and critical positioning of artistic practices, as well as various types of civil activism which refer to strategic acts related to the public space, media, digital culture and new media.

The conceptual frame of the project was developed during the workshop “Development of curating and mediating contemporary art”, lead by d-r Dorothee Richter, as a part of the international symposium and workshop “Curating Exchange” organized by press to exit project space in Skopje, in 2012.

The project research is based as an open archive that will be constantly updated and in which the rhizomatic merging of digital archives and knowledge recourses with similar subject matter will be treated…

За проектот

Автори на проектот:
Велимир Жерновски, Јованка Попова, Елена Тренчева


Hacking the Future е отворен, партиципативен, истражувачки проект кој има за цел да иницира процес на структурно мапирање и критичко позиционирање на уметнички практики и различни видови на граѓански активизам кои се однесуваат на стратегиски делувања поврзани со јавниот простор, медиумската сфера, дигиталната култура и новите медиуми.

Проектот беше конципиран и идејно развиен во рамки на работилницата насловена „Развој на курирањето и посредувањето во современата уметност“, раководена од д-р Дороти Рихтер, која беше дел од интернационалниот симпозиум и работилница „Кураторски Размени“, организирани од проектниот простор прес ту егзит во Скопје, во 2012 година.

Проектното истражување се заснова на архивски модел со отворена структура која е во процес на постојано надополнување, а која, во еден свој дел дел, третира ризомско надоврзување на дигитални архиви и ресурси на знаења со сличен предмет на интерес…