A readymade gesture Marcel Duchamp, one of the founders of avant-garde, in 1935 at the Councours Lépine, an innovation fair, exhibited a series of objects under titled *Rotoreliefs* – twelve cardboard litography discs with spiral motifs in the lithography technique. When rotating *Rotoreliefs* would engender optical illusions. Although he received an honorable mention in the […]
In this Saturday afternoon double-header presentation, two interventionists Cassie Thornton and Max Haiven, present their two radical imagination experiments HOLOGRAM and WORKER AS FUTURISTS exploring alternative practices of health and work within the present-day systems of commodified healthcare and labour in platform capitalism.
Not anymore, not yet: post-socialism presents itself as a temporal caricature. It presents itself as a floating historical state, stranded between negation and anticipation, between the past and the future.
Immersive audio-visual performance The Mirror by People Like Us
Post-performance discussion: Vicki Bennett, Olga Goriunova & Marcell Mars (moderated by Tomislav Medak)
This talk will discuss how Victorian novelists engaged materialist science and philosophy to transform the notion of “character” from the inner truth of an individual to an observable, material formation.
S prvim danom listopada započinje osma inačica /’fu:bar/ festivala – godišnjeg programa s fokusom na novomedijskoj umjetnosti s greškom, čiji je centralni tjedan postavljen u prostoru zagrebačkog net.kulturnog kluba MaMa kao i na mrežnoj stranici festivala.
Starting with the first day of October the 8th /’fu:bar/ festival is endeavoring into a new sequence of new media art processes and errors within.
The artistic practice of Carlos Martiel critically explores the structural racism and political systemic historical violence against all socially marginalized bodies, black, female, sexually and gender non-normative, queer, immigrant bodies and generally stands as a condemnation of the dominant North American and Eurocentric discursive and social stigmatizations of otherness.
Croatian and international writers are commissioned by the Yale University and Queer Zagreb to produce their work about the understanding of the queer mythology, family myths and maturing. Their work is presented in the form of stage readings and followed by the conversation.
The presentation and the chapter reading from the book of Wagner Schwartz “Never together, but at the same time” concerns the socio-cultural context and public reactions to the performance of “La Bête” in 2017, at the Museum of Modern Art in São Paulo, during which a photo was shared online presenting an artist being touched by a child and her mother.