Slow Bullet II

2018-12-06T13:37:22+00:00

Erden Kosova The relation of contemporary art in Turkey with the political has been the focal point of some recent heated debates. The political tone which characterised and shaped the art practice from the second [...]

Slow Bullet II2018-12-06T13:37:22+00:00

Shrinking Public, Politics Melting into Air and Possibilities of a Way-out

2019-01-22T16:43:37+00:00

Şükrü Argın Shrinking Public Since the late 1970s, we have been living under neo-liberal hegemony. The most obvious aspect of this globally influential hegemony is, inarguably, the constant and violent attack of the "private" on [...]

Shrinking Public, Politics Melting into Air and Possibilities of a Way-out2019-01-22T16:43:37+00:00

Antinomies of Post-Socialist Autonomy

2018-12-06T13:35:24+00:00

Dušan Grlja The following essay[1] aims to elucidate the meanings and functions of autonomy within the post-socialist framework of peripheral neo-liberal political economy of "cultural production" in the former Yugoslavia region or, as the contemporary [...]

Antinomies of Post-Socialist Autonomy2018-12-06T13:35:24+00:00

New Political Subjects in Armenia and March 1 Events

2019-01-27T18:27:54+00:00

Vartan Jaloyan The political and social developments in contemporary Armenia share common features with developments in other "third world" countries. However, there are differences in addition to these similarities . The Soviet industrialization in Armenia [...]

New Political Subjects in Armenia and March 1 Events2019-01-27T18:27:54+00:00

Resistance in the Asian Way

2019-01-27T18:27:14+00:00

Oksana Shatalova The romantic word "resistance" is being widely and eagerly circulated in the field of contemporary art, as it encloses in its essence one of the key symbols of faith in contemporary art - [...]

Resistance in the Asian Way2019-01-27T18:27:14+00:00

Extravagantia II: Koliko Fašizma? [Extravagantia II: How much fascism?]

2019-01-27T18:25:11+00:00

A selection from the book by Rastko Močnik I. Introduction: Anti-fascism '95 In issue no. 15. of the periodical IZI [Izbjeglice za izbjeglice - Refugees for Refugees], published in Ljubljana in June 1995, a reporter [...]

Extravagantia II: Koliko Fašizma? [Extravagantia II: How much fascism?]2019-01-27T18:25:11+00:00

On Nationalism With Ferhat Kentel, Meltem Ahıska and Fırat Genç

2019-01-27T18:22:58+00:00

Interview by Siren İdemen 1 The Tumult Beneath the Surface Talking about nationalism from the comfort of an armchair is one thing, but discussing nationalism after having traversed Anatolia and conducted face-to-face interviews is quite [...]

On Nationalism With Ferhat Kentel, Meltem Ahıska and Fırat Genç2019-01-27T18:22:58+00:00

Exception – The case of the exhibition of Young Kosovo Artists in Serbia

2019-01-27T18:21:48+00:00

Jelena Vesić, Dušan Grlja and Vladimir Jerić Vlidi This section deals with ‘the case' of the exhibition Exception - Contemporary art scene of Prishtina and its violent (non)opening in Belgrade, happened during February of 2008. [...]

Exception – The case of the exhibition of Young Kosovo Artists in Serbia2019-01-27T18:21:48+00:00
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