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Institute for flexible cultures and technologies


Talk, presentations, lectures, / Kraljevića Marka 4 Belgrade / 19/04/2008

Presentation of the projects Telekommunisten, the Art & Economics Group, and Venture Communism in Belgrade: Dmytri Kleiner is a USSR-Born, Canadian software developer and cultural producer, he is a co-founder of Telekommunisten, a worker’s collective that provides telephone and Internet services, and an independent researcher investigating the intersections of art,technology and political economy.

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Exhibitions / discussions / presentations / Novi Sad / 01/04/2008

Exhibitions TV GALLERY and APPLIED PUBLIC are opened in Novi Sad Museum of Contemporary Art on 1′st of April 2008. Reasons for an exhibition about a TV show from the second half of the 80′s are multiple and concern the media itself (TV medium and medium of gallery exhibition) as much as the content (contemporary art in its broadened sense that emerged in the 70′s), as well as their interrelation in the context of culture, culture policy and culture practices of what is today called an era of “decadent Yugoslav socialism” of the 80′s in the 20th century.

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PLAY CULTURES / World of digital games

Exhibition and conference / Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade Paris 14 / 07/03/2008

Play Cultures Exhibition presents contemporary artistic production of digital games and shows one possible view of how the genre of digital games can be used in a creative and engaging way. The exhibition consists of standalone games, mods, video works, multiplayer games and interactive stories. The exhibition contains works ranging from political propaganda to the hacker technique of high aesthetics and social issues. Some papers criticize the internal logic of the algorithm, deconstruct some existing games and disrupt the very concept of gameplay.

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EXCEPTION / Contemporary art scene of Pristina

Exhibitions / discussions / presentations / Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Dunavska 37, Novi Sad :L Context Gallery, Kapetan Mišina 6a, Belgrade / 22/01/2008

The “Exception” exhibition in Novi Sad and Belgrade is one segment of the production of young artists, women and men from Prishtina, who show their work both locally and internationally, and are formed after the 1999 war, in the time when Kosovo lives away from Serbia. It is a generation of artists which is almost unknown in Serbia. The presented production came to being in specific social, cultural, economical and political contexts of contemporary Kosovo, which resulted in the drift from the traditional approach to art and in the creation of new art practices since the end of the nineties until…

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