Tour around the exhibition with curators and artists (Ground Floor)

54th October Salon – ‘No one belongs here more than You’

Belgrade, 11. 10. – 17. 11. 2013

Tour around the exhibition with curators and artists (Ground Floor)

12 October 2013


Curated by: Red Min(e)d
Video and edit by: Anja Perše

Performance by Slaven Tolj

Published on Oct 14, 2013

54th October Salon – ‘No one belongs here more than You’
Belgrade, 11. 10. – 17. 11. 2013

Performance ‘I am dangerous, kill me in front of my childrens eyes’ by Slaven Tolj
12. October 2013


Curated by: Red Min(e)d
Video and edit by: Anja Perše

Visitors and artists comments

54th October Salon – ‘No one belongs here more than You’
Belgrade, 11. 10. – 17. 11. 2013

Visitors and artists comments about exhibition slogan
11. October 2013

Curated by: Red Min(e)d
Video by: Tjaša Nabergoj
Edit by: Anja Perše

54th October Salon – Opening and performance of Alexis O’Hara

54th October Salon – ‘No one belongs here more than You’

Belgrade, 11. 10. – 17. 11. 2013

Opening and ‘Coping Mechanisms for Endangered Species’ performed by Alexis O’Hara
11 October 2013


Curated by: Red Min(e)d
Video and edit by: Anja Perše

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

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Curatorial School: Exhibition as Scripted Space: Modes of Production and Production of Modes

Exhibition as Scripted Space: Modes of Production and Production of Modes, curatorial school led by Jelena Vesić 
Thursday, October 10 – Tuesday, October 15, Zepter Expo, Former Department Store KLUZ, Masarikova 4
Apply with a short bio/interests: salonoktobarski@gmail.com
More at October Salon Website

Curatorial School: We (Don’t) Need (No) Education

We (Don’t) Need (No) Education, curatorial school by a7.außeneinsatz on experimental art education
Monday, October 14, 4-8 p.m., Zepter Expo, Former Department Store KLUZ, Masarikova 4, Belgrade

Art education – (usually discursive) activities in the exhibition space mediating between art works, visitors and institution – reproduces traditionally canonical and “authorized” discourses and leaves little space for experimental approaches and alternative interpretations. Instead of profiling art educators as interfaces between public, art works and institution, art educators are normally as authorized spokesmen/women of the institution.
Apply with a short bio: salonoktobarski@gmail.com
More at Oktober Salon Website

Public Discussion: Living Death Camp

54th October Salon – ‘No one belongs here more than You’

Belgrade, 11. 10. – 17. 11. 2013

Public Discussion: Living Death Camp

5 October 2013

Belgrade, Zemunski put 3

Inside the former German Pavillion at the Old Fairground in Belgrade (today a car facility owned by Rade Koncar company)

Participants: Jelena Petrović (Monument Group), Branimir Stojanović (Monument Group), Susan Schuppli (FA, Goldsmiths), Srdjan Hercigonja (Four Faces of Omarska), Caroline Sturdy Colls, (Staffordshire University), Robert Jan van Pelt (University of Waterloo, Canada), Eyal Weizman (FA, Goldsmiths), Milica Tomić (artist, Belgrade),

Discussion moderated by Jelena Petrović i Branimir Stojanović

Off Site, radio conversation on Radio II, Srdjan Jovanović Weiss (FA Goldsmiths / Collumbia University) with Snezana Ristić and Radonja Leposavić.

Filmed by:
Steffen Kraemer
Francesco Sebregondi

Edited by Miloš Stojanović

Public Discussion “Living Death Camp”, Saturday – October 5

 livingdeathcamp

Public Discussion: Living Death Camp

Saturday, October 5, 3-6 pm

Belgrade

location: Zemunski put 3

Inside the former German Pavillion at the Old Fairground in Belgrade

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Radio show with Jelena Petrovic for Radio Beograd 2, Kulturni krugovi: Zlatni presek, Snežana Stamenković

Jelena Petrovic talks about 54th October Salon – No one belongs here more than you, 11.10.-17.11., KLUZ, Zepter Expo, Masarikova 4, Beograd

From the show Kulturni krugovi: Zlatni presek, Snežana Stamenković | Radio Beograd 2

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Red Min(e) interview with Jelena Petrovic for the Radio Belgrade 2 by Danijela Dugandzic Zivanovic on Mixcloud