travelling communiqué project at museum of yugoslav history belgrade Vorheriger Beitrag: the expanded museum, hd video loop Nächster Beitrag: a direct model for physical action, video, 1:45 min 2 Kommentare Kommentieren → Travelling Communiqué, a durational investigation into the presidential Photo Service archive (1948–1980) of Josip Broz Tito through the contemporary practices of art, theory, history, architecture, typography, cinema, and education. Travelling Communiqué is a durational project that relies on common authorship. It is curated by Armin Linke (Italy/Germany), Doreen Mende (Germany) and Milica Tomić (born in former Yugoslavia) in permanent discussion with Yero Adugna Eticha (Ethiopia), Kader Attia (Algeria/France), and Fabian Bechtle (Germany). Beitrags-Autor full list of project authors: Armin Linke (Germany/Italy), Doreen Mende (Germany), Milica Tomić (born in SFRY) in permanent discussion with Yero Adugna Eticha (Ethiopia), Kader Attia (Algeria/France), Fabian Bechtle (Germany); Conflicting Identities – ETH Zürich (Switzerland): Philip Ursprung (Switzerland), Marija Marić (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Seraina Renz (Switzerland), Dubravka Sekulić (born in SFRY), Damjan Kokalevski (Macedonia) and Haris Piplas (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Mirjana Dragosavljević (born in SFRY), Tarek Elhaik (Morocco/USA) & Kriss Ravetto-Biagioli (USA), Theo Eshetu (Great Britain/Ethiopia), Kodwo Eshun (Great Britain), Heba Farid (Egypt), Anselm Franke (Germany), Elizabeth W. Giorgis (Ethiopia), Fasil Giorghis (Ethiopia), Jean-Luc Godard (Switzerland) and Anne-Marie Mièville (France), Flaka Haliti (Kosovo), Roza El Hassan (Hungary/Syria), Samia Henni (Switzerland /Algeria), Maja Hodošček (born in SFRY), Pramod Kumar (India), Lopičić + Lopičić architects (Serbia), Mirko Lovrić (Serbia), Olga Manojlović Pintar (Serbia), Fred Moten (USA); research group of the Museum of Yugoslav History: Radovan Cukić (Serbia), Ivan Manojlović (Serbia), Mirjana Slavković (Serbia), Dorja Benussi (Croatia), Ivan Benussi (Serbia); Mark Nash (Great Britain); Netsa Art Village (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia); Helen Zeru Araya (Ethiopia), Tamrat Gezahegn (Ethiopia), Mulugeta Kassa (Ethiopia), Mihret Kebede (Ethiopia) and Tesfahun Kibru (Ethiopia); Garin Nugroho (Indonesia), The Otolith Group (Great Britain), O’Tam Pulto (Ethiopia), Milja Radovanović (born in SFRY), Branimir Stojanović (Serbia), Miroljub Miki Stojanović (born in SFRY); Subversive Films: Mohanad Yaqubi & Reem Shilleh (occupied Palestinian territories), Žiga Testen (Slovenia); Travelling Communiqué at the Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem: Jan Adriaans (The Netherlands), Katia Barrett (Great Britain), Hanan Benammar (Algeria/France), Anna Dasović (The Netherlands), Coco Duivenvoorde (The Netherlands), Aziza Harmel (Tunisia), Monique Hendriksen (The Netherlands), Marianna Maruyama (USA/Italy), Celia Eslamieh Shomal (Iran), Aarti Sunder (India), Silvia Ulloa (Spain), Larraitz Torres (Spain) and Laila Torres Mendieta (Mexico); Dejan Vasić (born in SFRY); Jelena Vesić (born in SFRY) & Rachel O’Reilly (Australia), Vanessa Vasić-Janeković (born in SFRY), Françoise Vergès (Réunion) and Jovanka Vojinović (born in SFRY). Beitrags-Autor Schreibe einen KommentarDu musst angemeldet sein, um einen Kommentar abzugeben.