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Umetnost, život i kustoska praksa
Kustoska radionica,
Beograd, 25 – 30.septembar 2006.

Art, Life and Curating
Curatorial workshop,
Belgrade, September 25 – 30, 2006

Govoriš «likovni» jezik?
Dečja radionica

Do You Dig Visual?
Children's Workshop

 

Art, Life and Curating
Curatorial workshop, Belgrade, September 25 – 30, 2006

Participants
Maja Ćirić / Birgit Eusterschulte / Kaisa Heinänen / Minna Henriksson / Katarina Mitrović / Thomas Niemeyer / Solvej Ovesen / Hristijan Panev / Una Popović / Alina Serban / Dimitrina Sevova / Jovana Stokić / Syabhit Shkteli / Simona Vidmar / Derya Yucel

Lecturers
Zdenka Badovinac / Dunja Blažević / René Block / Ivet Curlin / Barbara Heinrich / Aleksandra Estela Bjelica Mladenović / Kristina Kujundžić / Marketta Seppäla

Between Confusion and Curatorial Practice
Art, Life & Curating – A Curators‘ Workshop in Belgrade

…Under the title art, life & curating, a curators’ workshop will be held during this year’s October Salon, which will seek to transfer the Kassel concept to Belgrade. The 15 young curators of the workshop are invited to participate in the practical organization and setting up of an exhibition – the Belgrade October Salon. Over the period of a week, the participants of the workshop will attend the exhibition, and follow, discuss and help shape its composition, meet the artists in their working environment and cooperate with them and the exhibition’s curators. Consequently, rather then becoming acquainted as an external observer with the complexities of the major exhibition October Salon – which features over one hundred artists at seven exhibition venues – they will be able to experience its inner structure first hand. Consequently, the entire exhibition becomes a workshop and the setting-up process a basis on which to engage in a discourse on the curatorial process.For the participants of art, life & curating – representatives of a younger generation of curators from Serbia and Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Rumania, Albania, Macedonia, Turkey, Denmark, Germany and Finland – this is doubtless an experiment, just as it is for the curators of the October Salon, the participating artists and for the exhibition itself. And perhaps this Belgrade workshop will furnish answers to the major questions relating to curatorial practice in the 21st century.

From Birgit Eusterschulte’s text in catalogue, Between Confusion and Curatorial Practice
Art, Life & Curating – A Curator’s Workshop in Belgrade, catalogue of 47th October salon
English: John Rayner

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Umetnost, život i kustoska praksa
Kustoska radionica, Beograd, 25 – 30.septembar 2006.

Učesnici
Simona Vidmar / Derja Judžel / Katarina Mitrović / Tomas Nimajer / Solvej Ovesen / Birgit Ojsteršulte / Hristijan Panev / Una Popović / Dimitrina Sevova / Alina Serban / Jovana Stokić / Maja Ćirić / Kaisa Heinenen / Mina Henriksen / Šjabit Škreli

Predavači
Zdenka Badovinac / Dunja Blažević / Rene Blok / Kristina Kujundžić / Aleksandra Estela Bjelica Mladenović / Marketa Sepele / Barbara Hajnrih

Između pometnje i kustoske prakse
Art, Life & Curating - Kustoska radionica u Beogradu

...Pod naslovom art, life & curating, za vreme ovogodišnjeg Oktobarskog salona održaće se Kustoska radionica, zamišljena kao pokušaj prenošenja kaselskog pristupa u Beograd. Petnaest  učesnika radionice pozvano je da radi u konkretnoj situaciji stvaranja izložbe - beogradskog Oktobarskog salona. Učesnici radionice provešće nedelju dana na toj izložbi, pratiti njeno postavljanje, diskutovati o njoj, i učestvovati u njenom nastajanju, upoznati umetnike tokom njihovog procesa rada na licu mesta, i sarađivati sa njima i sa kustosima izložbe. Dakle, oni kompleksnu strukturu jedne velike izložbe, kakva je izložba Oktobarski salon, sa preko stotinu umetnika na sedam lokacija, neće upoznati kao spoljni posmatrači, nego će je doživeti kroz njenu unutrašnju strukturu. Cela izložba postaje radionica, a proces postavljanja predstavljaće polaznu tačku za suočavanje sa kustoskim procesom. Za učesnike radionice art, life & curating  - predstavnike mlade generacije kustosa iz Srbije, Crne Gore, Hrvatske, Slovenije, Bugarske, Rumunije, Albanije, Makedonije, Turske, Danske, Nemačke i Finske - ovo će svakako biti eksperiment, kao i za kustose Oktobarskog salona, za umetnike i za izložbu kao takvu - a možda će ova beogradska radionica ponuditi i neke nove odgovore na veliko pitanje o kustoskoj profesiji u 21. veku.

Izvod iz teksta iz kataloga
Birgit Ojsteršulte

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Govoriš «likovni» jezik?
Dečja radionica

Tokom trajanja izložbe 47. Oktobarskog salona Kulturni centar Beograda će u saradnji sa Dečjim kulturnim centrom Beograda organizovati radionice u kojima će učestvovati deca iz beogradskih osnovnih i srednjih škola. Ideja organizovanja radionica je stvaranje osnove za komunikaciju između dela savremene umetnosti i dece i mladih kroz interaktivno upoznavanje u izlagačkim prostorima Oktobarskog salona. Gledanje, slušanje i razmena ideja su procesi kojima ćemo se baviti u radionicama. Deci će biti pružena šansa da istražuju, reaguju, stvaraju, izmišljaju nova “umetnička” dela kao odgovore na postojeća, izložena dela. Cilj organizovanja ovakvih “druženja” je da se uklone predrasude o nerazumljivosti savremene umetnosti, da se ukaže na značaj postojanja kulturnih prostora (muzeji i galerije) i da se učesnici – deca podstaknu da izraze svoje doživljaje viđenog.

Koordinatori programa: Svetlana Spasić-Glid i Katarina Bunuševac

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Do You Dig Visual?
Children's Workshop

The Belgrade Cultural Centre in collaboration with the Children’s Culture Centre from Belgrade will organise a workshop called “Do you dig visual?” in the scope of 47th October Salon. School children from Belgrade will take part in it. The aim of this workshop is to initiate communication between contemporary works of art and younger generations through an interactive programme in the venues of the October Salon. Children will have a chance to explore, react, create and invent some new “works of art” which will represent their response to the ones exhibited at the Salon. This “get-together” should overcome that common prejudice about incomprehensibility of contemporary art, point out the importance of cultural venues (museums and galleries) and help children express their impressions of the things they have seen.

Svetlana Spasić-Glid and Katarina Bunuševac are programme co-ordinators.

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