54th October Salon: no one belongs here more than you, programme

54th October Salon
no one belongs here more than you
October 11th – November 17th 2013, Belgrade
Zepter Expo, Former Department Store KLUZ, Masarikova 4
www.oktobarskisalon.org

Working hours: every day from 12 – 8 p.m.
Closed on Mondays, except on Monday, October 14th

 
During the 54th October Salon, Red Min(e)d, together with participating artists, collectives and the public, develops visual and discursive methodologies of researching, re-thinking and presenting the subject of (non)human nature. The concept
and the structure of the international contemporary art exhibition No One Belongs Here More Than You stand for a grounded sense towards singular subjectivities that are collectively bound and outward-oriented by the feminist concept of sustainability. By bringing together artists, collectives and the public, No One Belongs Here More Than You creates different “(non)working stations”: the Exhibition, the Forum, the Perpetuum Mobile, the Audio/Video Booth, the Reading Room, the Digital Oven, the Music Spot and the Curatorial School. This way, this living archive (re) produces an interactive space – the space of a loud (feminist) articulation out of which it is possible to reflect, rework, emancipate and sustain one’s own and our own positions.
* With thanks to Miranda July, from whose eponymous stories the title of the exhibition is taken.

programme

exhibition
Milijana Babić (Rijeka), Jože Barši (Ljubljana), Nina Bunjevac (Toronto), Jasmina Cibic (Ljubljana/London), Lana Čmajčanin (Sarajevo), Ines Doujak (Vienna), Ephemerki (Skopje, Bremen), Adrijana Gvozdenović (Podgorica), Flaka Haliti
(Prishtina/Munich/Vienna), Róza El-Hassan (Budapest), Endy Hupperich (Munich), Gözde Ilkin (Istanbul), Adela Jušić (Sarajevo), Margareta Kern (London), Karen Mirza and Brad Butler (London), Museum of Non
Participation (Karen Mirza and Rachel Anderson, London), Angela Melitopoulos and Maurizio Lazzarato (Berlin, Paris), Living Death Camp (Prijedor, Amsterdam, London, Belgrade, New York), Nandipha Mntambo (Johannesburg), Alexis O’Hara (Montreal), Andrea Palašti (Novi Sad), Marko Peljhan and Matthew Biederman (Ljubljana/Los Angeles, Montreal), Lorena Herrera Rashid (Mexico City/Munich), Lala Raščić (New Orleans/Sarajevo), Dina Rončević (Zagreb), Ivana Smiljanić (Belgrade), Tejal Shah (Mumbai), Jelena Sokić (Split), Hito Steyerl (Berlin), Alma Suljević (Sarajevo), Boris Šribar (Belgrade), Nataša Teofilović (Pančevo), Slaven Tolj (Rijeka/Dubrovnik), Milica Tomić (Belgrade)

forum, curatorial school and music spot
a7.außeneinsatz (Margret Schütz, Greta Hoheisel, Berlin/Kassel/Freiburg/ Munich), h.arta (Maria Crista, Anca Gyemant,
Rodica Tache, Timisoara, ff (Antje Majewski, Charlotte Cullinan, Berlin), Saša Kerkoš (Ljubljana/Helsinki), Jelena Vesić (Belgrade), DJane Ma Faiza (Mumbai), DJane Tijana T (Belgrade), Black Water and Her Daughter (Sarajevo), DJane Ellem (Sarajevo), Irena Tomažin (Ljubljana) of the exhibition, collaborators and the public

perpetuum mobile
Living archive of video works and photo, video, PDF and text documentation by: Nika Autor (Maribor/ Ljubljana/Vienna), Lana Čmajčanin (Sarajevo), Natasha Davis (London), Flaka Haliti (Prishtina/ Munich/Vienna), Nela Hasanbegović (Sarajevo), Ana Hušman (Zagreb), Jelena Jureša (Belgrade), Adela Jušić (Sarajevo), Emina Kujundžić (Sarajevo), Monika Ponjavić and Marina Radulj (Banja Luka), Renata Poljak (Split/Paris), Nada Prlja (Sarajevo/Skopje/ London), Vahida Ramujkić (Belgrade) and Bojana Jelenić (Belgrade) and Dionis Escorsa (Tortosa/ Barcelona), Lala Raščić (Sarajevo/New Orleans), Dina Rončević (Zagreb), Tina Smrekar (Ljubljana), Ivana Smiljanić (Belgrade), Evelin Stermitz (Graz/Ljubljana), Marko Tadić (Zagreb), Nataša Teofilović (Pančevo), Milica Tomić (Belgrade), Sarah Vanagt (Bruges/Brussels), Dragan Vojvodić (Sarajevo/Novi Sad) Ana Baraga (Ljubljana), Dunja Blažević (Sarajevo), Vanja Bučan (Nova Gorica/Amsterdam), Ana Čigon (Ljubljana), Lina Dokuzović (Zagreb/Vienna), Andreja Dugandžić (Sarajevo), Gordana Anđelić Galić (Sarajevo), Marina Gržinić and Aina Šmid (Ljubljana/Vienna), Ana Hoffner (Vienna), Jelena Jureša (Belgrade), Jovana Komnenić (Pančevo), Andreja Kulunčić (Subotica/Zagreb), Nikoleta Marković (Cetinje/Belgrade), Nela Milić (London), Dragana Mladenović (Frankenberg/Pančevo), Tanja Ostojić (Berlin), Armina Pilav (Venice/Sarajevo), Alenka Spacal (Ljubljana).

curators of the exhibition
Red Min(e)d – Danijela Dugandžić Živanović (Sarajevo), Katja Kobolt (Munich/Ljubljana), Dunja Kukovec (Ljubljana) and Jelena Petrović (Ljubljana/Belgrade)

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