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U Domu Narodne skupštine, na manifestacija na kojoj su proglašava pobeda u velikoj humanitarnoj akciji Fonda B92 "Bitka za bebe" kojom se ujedno i po prvi put obeležava Svetski dan prevremeno rođenih beba su uručena ordenja i priznanja donatorima i svim zaslužnim pojedincima koji su doprineli obezbeđivanju sredstava za kupovinu inkubatora. Jedan od dodeljenih ordena je pripao i Kulturnom centru Beograda kao organizatoru 52. Oktobarskog salona u okviru koga je pokrenuta akcija da sav prihod od ulaznica na Salonu bude doniran humanitarnoj akciji „Bitka za bebe“. Bitka za bebe je počela 1. novembra sa ciljem da se skupi novac za obezbeđivanje više od 100 inkubatora neophodnih za zdravstvene centre širom Srbije. Cilj ove humanitarne akcije je višestruko premašen. Planirano je da „Bitka za bebe“ sada preraste u fondaciju, koja će i ubuduće pružati pomoć zdravstvenim institucijama širom Srbije u borbi za živote prevremeno rođenih beba.
Thursday, 17 November 2011
Kulturni centar Beograda: Knez Mihailova 6 i Trg Republike 5/I Muzej „25. maj“– Muzej istorije Jugoslavije, Botićeva 6 otvoren svakog radnog dana, osim ponedeljkom, 12:00 – 20:00 Kulturni centar Grad, Braće Krsmanovića 4 Centar za kulturnu dekontaminaciju, Birčanininova 21 Salon Muzeja savremene umetnosti, Pariska 14. Sala mesne zajednice Studentski grad, Narodnih heroja 30, Novi Beograd Dvorana Kulturnog centra Beograda, Kolarčeva 6 Muzej Jugoslovenske kinoteke, Kosovska 11 Galerija O3one, Andrićev venac 12
Tuesday, 25 October 2011
Map of locations: The Cultural Centre of Belgrade: 6 Knez Mihailova Street and Republic Square 5 / I Museum "25 May "- Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 open every day except Mondays, 12:00 - 20:00 Cultural Center Town, Brace Krsmanovic 4 Center for Cultural Decontamination, Birčanininova 21 Museum of Contemporary Art, Paris 14th The hall of local community Students city National Heroes 30, New Belgrade The Cultural Centre of Belgrade, Kolarac 6 Yugoslav Film Archives Museum, Kosovska 11 Gallery O3one, Andrićev venac 12  
Monday, 24 October 2011
52nd October Salon Belgrade 20.10 – 4.12.2011 Founder and Patron The City of Belgrade October Salon Board Aleksandar Peković, chairman Mia David, Vladimir Perić, Miroslav Perić, Ana Perović Curators Galit Eilat & Alenka Gregorič Architecture  / Scenography Oren Sagiv Asistent / Assistent Ana Filipović Organised by The Cultural Centre of Belgrade Acting  Director Mia David Realisation Project menager Zorana Đaković Exhibition  producer Jasmina Petković The visual identity Mirko Ilić TV Clip Filip Mikić Public Relation (team) Miroslav Karić, Dragana Rusalić, Aleksandra Estela Bjelica Mladenović, Tijana Kondić Technical Director Marco Minniti Installation team ArtInBox Dragan Nikolić, Dejan Pavić, Bojan Marjanović Photo documentation Senja Vild, Nemanja Živković
Thursday, 20 October 2011
The Cultural Centre Of Belgrade thanks to all who have supported the 52nd October salon   Media sponsors  
Thursday, 20 October 2011
PROGRAMME of the 52nd OCTOBER SALON Thursday, October 20th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 19:00 Opening of the 52nd October Salon 19:30 Concert, Damir Avdić, 40' Friday, October 21st The Museum “May 25th”– Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00 – Arist talk – Jan Fabre 13:00 – Artist talk – Art group IRWIN 17:00 Yossi Atia & Itamar Rose – Presentation of short satirical films and a discussion with the artists (Shirutrom 8', 2006, Jewish Arab State 4.30', 2008, homo 3.20', 2006, Independence Day  6', 2006), 90 min The Grad Cultural Centre, Braće Krsmanovića 6 19:00 – Deli October Salon cooks for you Saturday, October 22nd Zeleni venac, green market 08:00 – 15:00 – THE ART CLINIC – Bringing art to the public The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition – Galit Eilat and Alenka Gregorič, curators of the 52nd October Salon 13:00-16:00 The War Is Over? A creative workshop for the reinterpretation of histories Moderator: Ana Nedeljković 14:00 Artist talk: Amir Yatziv 15:00 Artist talk: Irena Woelle and Vuk Ćosić DOCUMENTS 2000, workshop / a web database on contemporary Serbian art after the year 2000, Moderators: URTICA, Prof. Dragan Bulatović, PhD, Galit Eilat, Saša Janjić and Miroslav Karić Participants: Art history undergraduate and graduate students Organisation: Remont – an independent artistic association www.serbiancontemporaryart.info 18:00 The Cabinet of Dr Caligari (1919, Robert Viene) – Film screening Hypnosis in Film History – Hypnotic Motives in German Expressionism Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 17:00 Partnership and Decentralisation – Relations between workers and the local/central government – public debate/ Spacing – Naming IT War –  Being a Worker Today Authors and moderators: The Freedom Fight Movement – Milenko Srećković and Ivan Zlatić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Sunday, October 23rd The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00 Guided tour of the exhibition – Galit Eilat and Alenka Gregorič, curators of the 52nd October Salon 13:00 Artist talk – Mladen Miljanović 14:00 Artist talk – Khaled Jarrar 15:00 The Audience is Art – Spacing – Naming IT War commented by artists, curators and critics, Moderator: Milica Tomić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Tuesday, October 25th Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Milan Kangrga, The Ethical Problems in the Work of Karl Marx, 1960 Spacing – Naming IT War – A Short Course on the History of Yugoslav Thinking Moderator: Branimir Stojanović Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Wednesday, October 26th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 18:30 – Who Owns My City? – Intervention by Dubravka Sekulić, architect Whose Is My Problem? – Panel discussion Organisation: Blokovi www.blokovi.org Thursday, October 27th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00 ETCETERA – WORKSHOP: NO WORK/NO SHOP- An errorist laboratory Friday, October 28th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00 ETCETERA – WORKSHOP: NO WORK/NO SHOP- An errorist laboratory 18:00 At the exhibition with... Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Autonomy of the University from Party Politics Spacing – Naming IT War/Students vs. Bologna – Public debate The discussions will be conducted by the students’ collectives Defence of the Faculty of Philosophy and Defence of the Faculty of Philology Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Saturday, October 29th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00 What a Particular Face Tells You?, a workshop for secondary school pupils The Process Studio, authors: Biljana Branković, Bratislav Branković and Nataša Katalina 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 13:00-16:00 The War Is Over? A creative workshop for the reinterpretation of histories Moderator: Ana Nedeljković 18:00 The Master and Margarita (1972, Aleksandar Petrović) – Film screening Hypnosis in Film History – Hypnotic Motifs in the Yugoslav Black Wave Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Sunday, October 30th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00 What a Particular Face Tells You?, a workshop for secondary school pupils The Process Studio, authors: Biljana Branković, Bratislav Branković and Nataša Katalina 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 14:00 The Audience is Art – Spacing – Naming IT War, commented by artists, curators and critics, Moderator: Milica Tomić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Tuesday, November 1st Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Vanja Sutlić, Essence and Contemporaneity, 1967 Spacing – Naming IT War/A Short Course on the History of Yugoslav Thinking Moderator: Branimir Stojanović Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Wednesday, November 2nd The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 18:30 Who Owns My City??– Intervention by Jordan Cvetanović, playwright Whose Are My Values? – Panel discussion Organisation: Blokovi www.blokovi.org Thursday, November 3rd The Belgrade Cultural Centre Cinema Hall, Kolarčeva 6 Film screenings within the 52nd October Salon 18:00 Shutter Island, 2010, 138 min, Martin Scorsese 21:00 Battle Royale, 2000, 120 min, Kinji Fukusaku Friday, November 4th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 17:00 – False faces, Disputed History, workshop Moderators: Vahida Ramujkić and Filip Bojović (A3 Format) 18:00 At the exhibition with... Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 The Quality and Objectives of Education Spacing – Naming IT War/Students vs. Bologna – public discussions The discussions will be conducted by the students’ collectives Defence of the Faculty of Philosophy and Defence of the Faculty of Philology Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Pariska 14 19:00 Opening of the exhibition For Kids and Adults Exhibition curators: Una Popović, Dušica Dražić, Anna Mitus, Joanna Stembalska Saturday, November 5th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00 – False Faces,  workshop within the Disputed History project Moderator: Vahida Ramujkić and Filip Bojović (A3 Format) 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 18:00 The Face (1958, Ingmar Bergman) – Film screening Hypnosis in Film History – Hypnotic Motives in Modern Cinema d'Auteur Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival The Studentski grad local community hall, Narodnih heroja 30, Novi Beograd From Creative Work to Creative City 14:00-15:30 Primož Krašovec, lecture followed by discussion 16:00-17:30 Bojana Piškur, lecture followed by discussion Organisation: Kontekst collective www.kontekst.rs Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Pariska 14 18:00 Presentation of the work and workshop Western Impressions in the framework of the exhibition For Kids and Adults Authors of Western Impressions and workshop moderators: Dušan Jevtović and Nenad Jeremić Exhibition curators: Una Popović, Dušica Dražić, Anna Mitus, Joanna Stembalska Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 17:00 What Comes After the Termination of a Privatisation Contract? – Workers’ initiatives in relation to the Governmental Agency for Privatization Spacing – Naming IT War/Being a Worker Today– Public debates Authors and moderators: The Freedom Fight Movement – Milenko Srećković and Ivan Zlatić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Sunday, November 6th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00 Disputed History, workshop Moderators: Vahida Ramujkić and Filip Bojović (A3 Format) 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 14:00 The Audience is Art – Spacing – Naming IT War as commented by artists, curators and critics, Moderator: Milica Tomić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.com The Studentski grad local community hall, Narodnih heroja 30, Novi Beograd From Creative Work to Creative City 14:00-15:30 Lidija Radojević, lecture followed by discussion 16:00-17:30 Ana Vilenica, lecture followed by discussion Organisation: the Kontekst collective Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Pariska 14 18:00 Presentation of the work and workshop Western Impressions in the framework of the exhibition For Kids and Adults Authors of Western Impressions and workshop moderators: Dušan Jevtović and Nenad Jeremić Exhibition curators: Una Popović, Dušica Dražić, Anna Mitus, Joanna Stembalska Monday, November 7th Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Pariska 14 18:00 Presentation of the work and workshop Western Impressions in the framework of the exhibition For Kids and Adults Authors of Western Impressions and workshop moderators: Dušan Jevtović and Nenad Jeremić Exhibition curators: Una Popović, Dušica Dražić, Anna Mitus, Joanna Stembalska Tuesday, November 8th Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Radomir Konstantinović, Small-Town Philosophy, 1969 Spacing – Naming IT War – A Short Course on the History of Yugoslav Thinking Moderator: Branimir Stojanović Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.com Wednesday, November 9th Srebrenička Street 13:00 ART CLINIC – setting the treshold in the Srebrenička Street Action in collaboration with Women in black / presentation of the Šok Aliance The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 18:30 Who Owns My City? – The Škart group Whose Is My Responsibility? – Discussion Organisation: Blokovi www.blokovi.org Thursday, November 10th Beyond the Truth, City Art Gallery, Ljubljana A part of the 52nd October Salon in Ljubljana, Slovenia Friday, November 11th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 18:00 At the exhibition with... Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Formal Education and Self-Education Spacing – Naming IT War/Students vs. Bologna – Public debate The discussions will be conducted by the students’ collectives Defence of the Faculty of Philosophy and Defence of the Faculty of Philology Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.com Saturday, November 12th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 13:00-16:00 The War Is Over? A creative workshop for the reinterpretation of histories Author and moderator: Ana Nedeljković 18:00 The Master and Margarita (1972, Aleksandar Petrović) – Film screening Hypnosis in Film History – Hypnotic Motifs in the Yugoslav Black Wave Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 17:00 Alternative Models of Privatisation – Public debate Spacing – Naming IT War/Being a Worker Today Authors and moderators: The Freedom Fight Movement – Milenko Srećković and Ivan Zlatić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.com Sunday, November 13th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 13:00-16:00 The War Is Over? A creative workshop for the reinterpretation of histories Moderator: Ana Nedeljković 14:00 The Audience is  Art – Spacing – Naming IT War as commented by artists, curators and critics, Moderator: Milica Tomić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.com Tuesday, November 15th Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Oskar Davičo, Polemics and Letters, 1979 Spacing  – Naming IT War – A Short Course on the History of Yugoslav Thinking Moderator: Branimir Stojanović Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.com Wednesday, November 16th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 18:30 Who Owns My City? Metaklinika, creative studio  Whose Are These Initiatives? – Discussion Organisation: Blokovi www.blokovi.org Thursday, November 17th Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Who Owns the War? Spacing – Naming IT War – Public debate Initiator and main organiser: Noa Treister Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees /CZKD in cooperation with the  Association of Serbian War Veterans, Belgrade – Rakovica – Mile Milošević www.uciteljneznalica.org Friday, November 18th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 18:00 At the exhibition with... Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Is Knowledge a Commodity? – Free Higher Education Spacing – Naming IT War/Students vs. Bologna – Public debate The discussions will be conducted by the students’ collectives Defence of the Faculty of Philosophy and Defence of the Faculty of Philology Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Saturday, November 19th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 13:00-16:00 The War Is Over? A creative workshop for the reinterpretation of histories Author and moderator: Ana Nedeljković 18:00 Europa, Lars von Trier (1991) – Film screening Hypnosis in Film History – Hypnotic Motives in Postmodernism and Neo-noir Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Sunday, November 20th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 14:00 The Audience is Art – Spacing – Naming IT War as commented by artists, curators and critics, Moderator: Milica Tomić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Tuesday, November 22nd Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Slavoj Žižek, History and the Unconscious, 1982 Spacing – Naming IT War – A Short Course on the History of Yugoslav Thinking Moderator: Branimir Stojanović Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.com Wednesday, November 23rd The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 18.30 Who Owns My City? – Blokovi Who Will Own the Results? – Discussion Organisation: Blokovi www.blokovi.org Thursday, November 24th Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 The Polyphony of War Speech – Public debate Initiator and main organiser: Noa Treister Spacing – Naming IT War Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees /CZKD in cooperation with  the Association of Serbian War Veterans, Belgrade – Rakovica – Mile Milošević www.uciteljneznalica.org Friday, November 25th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 18:00 At the exhibition with... Saturday, November 26th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00-18:00 Museum collections and exhibitions as environment resources in teaching        Seminar for middle and high school teachers Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 18:00 Dogtooth (2009, Yorgos Lanthimos) – Film screening Hypnosis in Film History – Hypnotic Motives in Contemporary Balkan Cinema Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 17:00 New Shareholding and Cooperative Companies – Public debate Spacing  – Naming IT War – Being a Worker Today Authors and moderators: The Freedom Fight Movement – Milenko Srećković and Ivan Zlatić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Sunday, November 27th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 12:00-17:00 Children and youth club MSUB 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 14:00 The Audience is Art – Spacing – Naming IT War as commented by artists, curators and critics, Moderator: Milica Tomić Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Tuesday, November 29th Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Rastko Močnik, Beseda, besedo, 1984 Spacing  – Naming IT War – A Short Course on the History of Yugoslav Thinking Moderator: Branimir Stojanović Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Wednesday, November 30th Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive, Kosovska 11 Spellbound (1945), Alfred Hitchcock - Film screening Hypnosis as a Metaphor – Hypnosis and Psychoanalysis Discussion after film screening  Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Thursday, December 1st The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 17:00 Avenge but one of my two eyes (film screening) and discussion with the author of the film Z32, Avi Mograbi Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 19:00 Spacing  – Naming IT War– Public debate Initiator and main organiser: Noa Treister Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees /CZKD in cooperation with  the Association of Serbian War Veterans, Belgrade – Rakovica – Mile Milošević www.uciteljneznalica.org O3one Gallery. Andrićev venac 12 20:00 Art Clinic, Choir and orchestra for extraordinary situations: whistling at the Salon Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive, Kosovska 11 20:30 Exterminanting Angel, (1962), Luis Bunuel Film screening Hypnosis as a Metaphor – Citizen Conventions as a Hypnosis Discussion after film screening  The authors of the concept and film selectors: Stefan Arsenijević and Srđan Vučinić Friday, December 2nd The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 17:00 Presentation of the workshop DOCUMENTS 2000 Organisation: Remont – An independent artistic association www.serbiancontemporaryart.info 18:00 At the exhibition with... Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive, Kosovska 11 20:30 Power (documentary, 1973), Vlatko Gilić – Film screening Hypnosis as a Metaphor – Hypnosis and Totalitarian Ideologies Discussion after film screening Film selector: Srđan Vučinić Saturday, December 3th The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 14:00 Artists talk: Art Clinic / Great Celebration, film premiere Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive, Kosovska 11 20:30 The Man Is Not a Bird (1965), Dušan Makavejev – Film screening Hypnosis as a Metaphor – Hypnosis, Myth and Magic Discussion after film screening  Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Sunday, December 4th Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Birčaninova 21 13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition 19:00 Spacing  – Naming IT War – Closing event Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees / CZKD www.uciteljneznalica.org Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive, Kosovska 11 20:30 Heart Of Glass  (1976), Werner  Herzog – Film screening Hypnosis as a Metaphor – Hypnosis and Philosophical Antiutopies Discussion after film screening   Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Monday, December 5th Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive, Kosovska 11 20:30 Videodrome (1982), David Cronenberg – Film screening Hypnosis as a Metaphor – Mass Media and Hypnosis Discussion after film screening  Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival Tuesday, December 6th Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive, Kosovska 11 20:30 Epidemic (1987), Lars Von Trier – Film screening Hypnosis as a Metaphor – Hypnosis and the Nightmare of History Discussion after film screening   Film selection: Srđan Vučinić in collaboration with the Auteur Film Festival The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6 Opened Tuesday – Sunday, 12:00 - 20:00 , Monday closed
Wednesday, 19 October 2011
    Alenka Gregorič (SI) is an art historian, curator and writer. From 2003 to 2009, she was the Art Director of the Škuc Galery in Ljubljana, and also as a curator, organiser and coordinator of all the programme activities of the Gallery. Since 2009, she has been the Art Director of the City Art Gallery in Ljubljana. She is a member of several international councils, commissions and civil initiatives. The responsibility of those producing contemporary art and of cultural institutions, as well as their role in contemporary society, constitute the focal point of her interests.
Friday, 30 September 2011
    52nd OCTOBER SALON October 20th - December 4th The Museum of Yugoslav History – Boticeva 6, Belgrade It’s Time We Got To Know Each Other   The Museum of Yugoslav History Botićeva 6, Belgrade Opening: Thursday, 20 October at 7 p.m. 7.30 p.m. – a concert by Damir Avdić City Art Gallery Ljubljana Opening: 10 November at 7 p.m. A part of the 52nd October Salon is held in Ljubljana 52nd October Salon will present works of contemporary artists according to the concept and choice of curators Galit Eilat from Israel and Alenka Gregoric from Slovenia. Participants of the 52nd October Salon: Damir Avdić, Art Clinic, Yossi Atia & Itamar Rose, Yael Bartana, the Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Nemanja Cvijanović, Vuk Ćosić & Irena Woelle, Rod Dickinson, Mikós Erhardt & Little Warsaw, Etcétera.., Jan Fabre, Ibro Hasanović, IRWIN, Khaled Jarrar, Kiosk, the Kontekst Collective, Mladen Miljanović, Avi Mograbi, Darinka Pop-Mitić, Vahida Ramujkić, Kateřina Šedá, Nebojša Šerić Shoba, Imogen Stidworthy, Milica Tomić, Urtica, Amir Yatziv, Akram Zaatari, Katarina Zdjelar, Artur Żmijewski. How do you generate a sense of responsibility? What is the response today to a request that we are responsible towards another or towards their different world-view? How could we act differently in the roles of producers and/or consumers of culture? What are the ways of playing a more active role in this process? The 52nd October Salon has set itself the task of becoming a catalyst for a debate on obedience to authority, on conformism, social responsibility, as well as disobedience and non-conformism. For the purpose of examining the key notion, that of responsibility, the curators use three methods: simulation, experiment and re-enactment of events – believing that many artists today have embraced those methods as their artistic tools, particularly in the domains of performance, installations, film, video and photography. The emphasis of this October Salon will be laid on the development of artistic initiatives and projects which, over the last few years, have turned from the global to the local and specific. Artists often react responsibly to their immediate social and political surroundings, posing questions about the microcosm in which they live and work, and the curators believe that the term “responsibility” denotes the ability to respond. Simulation, experiment and re-enactment of events – in that particular order – may be understood as methods of shaping contemporary reality, reviewing it and understanding it better. Such methods are made visible through a confrontation of simulated and real events, research into mechanisms that produce unquestioning obedience or submission to the orders of powers-that-be, through a repetition/reconstruction of a particular event as an act of distancing, rationalisation or catharsis... Via the active participation of individuals, institutions, non-governmental organisations and other actors within the local and international artistic, cultural and activist scene, the 52nd October Salon will provide a lively place for the exchanging of knowledge and a forum for dealing with issues pertaining to the complex positions of both the individual and the collective. The complex relations between societies, understanding, observance and protection of universal human values, personal responsibility – all of these are necessary elements for re-examinating the political part of our lives. During the course of the Salon exhibition, there will be an intense programme dedicated to education and work with young people. This includes Belgrade’s Museum of Contemporary Art, the Remont, NVO Blokovi, the Balkan Centre for the Middle East, Ana Nedeljković, Stefan Arsenijević and Srđan Vučinić, and the Initiative for Exhibition Architecture – Poligon. The exhibition will also be accompanied by other ancilliary events such as guided tours of the exhibition in the company of the curators and prominent cultural figures. This year’s Salon will also be marked by the publication of a collection of texts/essays authored by, amongst others, Ivan Čolović, Damir Arsenijević, Dr. Stef Scagliola, Noa Treister, Udi Edelman, Branimir Stojanović, Ran Kasmy Ilan, Lana Zdravković.  Author of visual identity: Mirko Ilić Exhibition design: Oren Sagiv Galit Eilat (IL/NL) is a writer, theorist, curator and one of the founders of the Israeli Centre for Digital Art, Holon. She is one of the editors-in-chief of Maraav, an Internet magazine for art and culture, and is currently working as a research curator at the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven (NL). Her projects often deal with the political situation in the Middle East, the themes of activism, (responsibility) and political imagination. Alenka Gregorič (SI) is an art historian, curator and writer. From 2003 to 2009, she was the Art Director of the Škuc Galery in Ljubljana, and also as a curator, organiser and coordinator of all the programme activities of the Gallery. Since 2009, she has been the Art Director of the City Art Gallery in Ljubljana. She is a member of several international councils, commissions and civil initiatives. The responsibility of those producing contemporary art and of cultural institutions, as well as their role in contemporary society, constitute the focal point of her interests. Founder and patron of the October Salon is the City of Belgrade Supported by Ministry of Culture, Media and Information Society After the opening of the Salon on October 20th in Belgrade, part of the exhibition and programs will be also held in Ljubljana, begining November 10th at 7 p.m. Open every day 12.00 - 20.00;Mon closed Mutiply ticket prize 200 RSD ; high school, students, pregnant women, retired and unemployed - 100 RSD
Wednesday, 24 August 2011
GALIT EILAT is a writer, curator and the founding director of The Israeli Center for Digital Art in Holon. She is co- founder of Maarav — an online arts and culture magazine, as well as research curator at the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven. Her projects tackle issues such as the geopolitical situation in the Middle East, activism and political imagination in art. Selected curated and co-curated exhibitions: Yael Bartana, And Europe will be Stunned, Polish Pavilion in the International Art Exhibition in Venice, Italy. 2011; Akram Zaatari, This Day, Mala Galleria, Moderna Galleria Ljubljana, Slovenia. 2011; Politics of Collection, Collection of Politics, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2010); Sean Snyder, The Real War, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon (2010); Evil to the Core, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon (2009–2010); Never Looked Better, Museum Beth Hatefutsoth, Tel Aviv (2008–2009); Chosen, a joint collaboration between Wyspa Institute of Art, Gdańsk and The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon (2008–2009); Mobile Archive, in collaboration with Hamburg Kunstverein; Liminal Spaces, traveling seminar, Israel and Palestine (2006–2008); People, Land, State, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon (2006); This is Not America, Art Project Gallery, Tel Aviv (2006). Author of critical texts and contributed to many catalogues. she has published in periodicals such as Artpress, Ferieze, Vector Magazin, Lettre International. She is the editor of numerous books include, A CookBook For Political Imagination, co-editor, Zacheta National Gallery of Art. Sternberg Press 2011. Liminal Spaces, co-editor, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon 2009. Never Looked Better, co-editor, Beth Hatefutsoth, Tel Aviv 2009.
Monday, 22 August 2011
It's Time We Got to Know Each Other   The upcoming October Salon will investigate the concept of responsibility in relation to contemporary art and visual culture. At the heart of this project is the question of how to generate responsibility. How can we respond in a responsible way, or how we can create a response, as cultural producers and consumers? This exploration is not intended to be purely descriptive, or merely illustrated by artwork and referential images. Instead, we would like to begin by asking a series of questions regarding the concept of responsibility itself. Jacques Derrida notes that the terms “responsibility” and “response” stem from the Latin verb “spondeo” meaning to promise or guarantee. He claims that responsibility and response are founded, like religion, on debt – an economic cycle in which promises are made in exchange for tributes, and collateral is deposited in exchange for gifts. This is the same complaint Derrida has of the term “forgiveness” which, in its economic condition, can only forgive what was administered as punishment. A religion of laws and debts, like the juridical realm, makes emphatic the economic aspects of response and responsibility. However true responsibility diverges from economics: it is a responsibility towards what cannot be calculated, a responsibility to an other. How may we respond or answer the contemporary demand for a responsibility to another or a different worldview of the other? The upcoming October Salon looks at recent history from the position of the present. Our aim is to work with individuals, local institutions, NGOs and other initiatives, through different media, artworks, lectures, workshops, etc.; and to present parallel events among different geographies, bringing them into closer proximity with one another by showing what these contexts have in common. The starting point of the process lies in the fact that what we are addressing is based on an idea of shared experiences. Reading the signs of our time, in the museum and outside, shows that across many fields and areas of human activity, we have difficulty coming to terms with the political part of our lives today. What does it mean to be a subject within a community? What kinds of ideals can one have and share? What sense of cultural identity can one rely on and trust? And how does one share that with others? How and where do we (those different communities within one political domain) meet each other? And how can the art system within its infrastructure contribute to these questions of a contemporary subject? The October Salon 2011 wishes to catalyse a discussion on docility and obedience to authority, conformism, social responsibility, disobedience, and non-conformism. Simulation, experiment, and re-enactment, in this order, may be regarded as methods of shaping the reality of the present. Artists can direct our way of looking at reality – which can often seem so unchangeable and most of the time so frustrating through small gestures, comments or direct simulations of the very well known facts, events, historical points etc. Today, artists have appropriated these methods as vital artistic tools, especially in performance art, cinema, video and photography. We will highlight the growth of art initiatives and projects from the past few years which eschew the globally-oriented for the locally-specific. Artists in these contexts are often responding in a responsible way to their immediate social and political environment, raising questions about the microcosms in which they live and work. We consider the word responsibility as the ability to respond/Responds - Ability Examination of the notion of responsibility will take place under the rubric of three major methods: Simulation, Experiment and Re-enactment. Simulation generates an alternative reality which conceals true reality. The fictive reality becomes a source of rich, luring stimuli, that often overshadows the actual experience of reality, as in the case of movie towns, Disneyland, or “war games” played at the highest echelons of the military system. The simulation prepares the fighter for “better” confrontation in real time, striving to neutralise the element of surprise in battle through exercise which dulls the shock of real encounter. The obverse is, of course, that these “games”can establish automatic patterns of action and cause numbness, as the simulation enables distant confrontation, based on previous experiences, and not on the initial encounter in the battlefield. Experiments in social psychology, like Milgram's Obedience and Zimbardo’s Prison Experiment, address the mechanisms producing blind obedience or submission to power, in situations where systems of power are at work - dominating others’ lives. They reveal the ways in which this power is exercised destructively when a system does not lay clear rules restricting the use of force or the domination of others. For example, consider the soldiers posted at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, who abused prisoners suspected of various activities against the American government. Interviews with these soldiers show that during their duty as prison guards, they considered themselves to be optimally following the orders given them. Their own photographs presenting the abuse, humiliation and torture suffered by the prisoners call to mind the methods of Dr. Ewan Cameron and Zimbardo. Excluding one interrogator, who documented and publicised what he saw at Abu Ghraib, the majority of soldiers blindly obeyed orders and never asked themselves whether they were legal, and whether they could indeed be relieved of responsibility for the very prisoners over whom they were responsible. They did not ask themselves whether their actions were abusive and humiliating, violating another’s basic rights and humanity. Stanley Milgram conducted his famous experiment Obedience to Authority at Yale’s Department of Psychology in 1961 in the very same year of the Eichmann Trial at Israel’s Congressional Centre in Jerusalem. Milgram wanted to prove the argument that collaborators with the Nazi extermination programme were “merely following orders.” The experiment explored the influence of authority on human subjects and the limit to which those subjects were prepared to obey an authoritative figure instructing them to perform acts contrary to their values. The first series of experiments indicated that 65% of the participants agreed to administer seemingly real electric shocks of increasing intensity, from 15 to 450 volts, to another individual only because someone in a position of power had instructed them to do so. While a number of experiment participants voiced objection to the instruction and the act, none of them stopped before reaching 300 volts. Later on Hannah Arendt would write in her book Eichmann in Jerusalem about Eichmann’s testimony: “It was as though in those last minutes he was summing up the lesson that this long course in human wickedness had taught us — the lesson of the fearsome, word-and-thought-defying banality of evil.” Re-enactment has a symbolic theatrical dimension: taking an intricate, often emotional event, and encoding it as an easily digestible product, providing local rationalisation: a process which makes for the illusion of order. The re-enactment dissociates the past from sentiment in an attempt to rejuvenate a reality which has fallen away - therefore it occurs outside time, as it were. Much like a murder re-enactment which is invalid as judicial evidence, it serves as confession to a crime committed, albeit not judicial. The reconstruction and the repetition of the killing process combine personal with collective guilt. To us viewers, the act of re-enactment becomes a type of catalyst for cleansing our consciences, through the kind of participation that does not require assuming responsibility. Simulation, experiment, and re-enactment, in this order, may be regarded as modes of shaping the reality of the present. Today, artists have appropriated these as vital artistic methods, especially in performance art, cinema, video and photography.
Monday, 22 August 2011
Galit Eilat Alenka Gregorič
Monday, 22 August 2011
Simulacija, ekperiment i rekonstruisanje događanja kao sredstva oblikovanja stvarnosti U srži ovog predloga koncepcije Oktobarskog salona nalazi se pitanje o tome kako stvoriti odgovornost, kako možemo reagovati na jedan odgovoran način, odnosno, kako možemo doprineti reagovanju kao kulturni producenti i potrošači? Želja je da predstojeći Oktobarski salon posluži kao katalizator rasprave o poslušnosti i pokoravanju vlastima, konformizmu, društvenoj odgovornosti, neposlušnosti i nekonformizmu. Simulacija, eksperiment i rekonstruisanje događanja, tim redosledom, mogu se smatrati metodima oblikovanja stvarnosti u sadašnjosti. Umetnici mogu usmeravati način na koji posmatramo stvarnost, koja se čini tako nepromenljivom i toliko frustrijajućom najveći deo vremena, pomoću sitnih gestova, komentara ili neposrednim simulacijama dobro poznatih činjenica, događaja, istorijskih spoznaja, itd. Danas su umetnici prisvojili ove metode kao vitalna umetnička sredstva, naročito u domenu performansa, filma, videa i fotografije. Tokom proteklih nekoliko godina, u mogućnosti smo da pratimo porast umetničkih inicijativa i projekata koji se umesto na globalno orijentišu na lokalne specifičnosti. Umetnici često reaguju na svoju neposrednu društvenu i političku okolinu na jedan odgovoran način, postavljajući pitanja u mikrokosmosima u kojima žive i rade. Lako bismo ih mogli okarakterisati kao revolucionare malog formata, budući da oni preispituju njihovo neposredno i društveno i političko okruženje. Ovi mikrogestovi sadržani u njihovim umetničkim delima prenose efekte globalnog posredstvom kontura lokalnog. Mi reč odgovornost doživljavamo kao sposobnost odgovornog reagovanja.
Monday, 01 August 2011
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Tuesday, 14 June 2011
Svetlana Petrović, curator svetlana.petrovic[et]kcb.org.rs Zorana Đaković, project coordinator zorana.djakovic[et]kcb.org.rs Jasmina Petković, producer jasmina.petkovic[et]kcb.org.rs
Tuesday, 14 June 2011
The City of Belgrade
Tuesday, 14 June 2011

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