Sunday

17 December 2017

events

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.com

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

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


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

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.com

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

Wednesday, November 30th
Museum of the Yugoslav Film Archive, Kosovska 11
20:00 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


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.com

Sunday, November 27th
The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6
10:00-15:00 Children and youth club MSUB
13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition
14:00 The Public as Art – Moving Apart – Naming IT War as commented by artists, curators and critics, Moderator: Milica Tomić
Organisation: The Ignorant Schoolmaster and His Committees in cooperation with CCD www.uciteljneznalica.org

Saturday, November 26th
The Museum “May 25th” – Museum of Yugoslav History, Botićeva 6
13:00 Guided tour of the exhibition
18:00 Majstor i Margarita (Aleksandar Petrovic) – 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
Moving Apart – 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 CCD www.uciteljneznalica.org


Thursday, November 24th

ARTGET Gallery, Trg republike 5/I
6 pm Panel discusion  of the Balkan Centre for Middle East: Religion and Obediance and Disobediance, from Abraham do neoliberal capitalism
Participants: prof Milan Vukomanović, PhD, Department for Sociology Philosphy Faculty in Belgrade, mr sc Muhamed ef. Jusufspahić, deputy of Reisu-el-ulema of Serbia, and Isak Asiel, the main rabine of Serbia

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

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


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

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

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

Friday, October 21
"Museum 25th May"
12:00 talk with the artist: Jan Fabre
13:00 talk with the artist: IRWIN
17:00 Short satirical films & talk with artists Yossi Atia & Itamar Rose

Yossi Atia and Itamar Rose are behind this cinematic project. Their short movies, which feature them in a variety of fictional characters alongside ‘real’ Israelis they meet or approach on the street, the mall or the park, target every burning issue this little country of ours has to offer. Atia and Rose seem especially fond of breaking taboos, in an attempt to make people take a fresh look at their reality and observe it from a different perspective. For them, no cow is sacred, and suicide bombings, the occupation, the war in Lebanon, bereavement, homosexuality and rape are just a few of the subjects with which they have dealt in their recent movies.
Their films were screened around the world in galleries, museums, art events and festivals.

Shirutrom 2006, 8'
In honor of the “Shirutrom” telethon for the Israeli Army, Yossi and Itamar dress up as soldiers and go door to door to test the limits of people’s generosity.  How much are people willing to give to the richest institution in Israel?

Jewish Arab State 2008 4'30''
In consideration of a Jewish-Arab state, Yossi and Itamar ask citizens of Taibeh to create a new flag, imagine a new common enemy and an alternative minority group to receive less right.

homo 2006, 3'20''  
Yossi and Itamar go to Ha’yarkon Park in Tel Aviv, role-playing with strangers a parent and child scenario in which they come out to their parents.

Independence Day 2006, 6'
During Independence Day celebrations at the park, Yossi and Itamar dress up as Arabic villagers to ask picnickers for a moment of silence for their misfortunes symbolized by the Israeli Independence Day / Palestinian Nakba Day.

 


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