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Lina Džuverović: Words Are People.* Text as Art and Art as Text

The focus of the lecture is on practices, current and historical, which center on the negotiations of the written word and the work of art. The lecture considers art as writing, writing as art, writing about art and art about writing.
The lecture was part of the 2015 World of Art public programme How Critical Is the Condition of Critical Writing?. The lecture was organized in collaboration with the SCCA-Ljubljana and supported by the City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture and ERSTE Foundation.

Boris Buden: Art and critique in curating the past

The crisis of art criticism can be seen as a moment of the general crises of history. Boris Buden reflects on art’s and art critique's fascination with what has replaced the former historiography – memory, in the various modalities of its cultural articulations: archives, documents, acts of unearthing and excavating, performative reconstructions and reenactments, testimonies, etc.
The lecture was part of the 2015 World of Art public programme How Critical Is the Condition of Critical Writing?. The lecture was organized in collaboration with the SCCA-Ljubljana, Krtina Publishing House and supported by the City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture and ERSTE Foundation.

Piotr Piotrowski: The Global NETwork. Approaching Comparative Art History

The lecture takes the NET - a project initiated by Jarosław Kozłowski and Andrzej Kostołowski at the beginning of the 1970s - as a point of departure for an analysis of the different contexts in which artworks circulate in an effort to arrive at a theoretical approach to comparative art history. The lecture was part of the 2014 World of Art public programme, which was organized by the SCCA-Ljubljana and the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory. The programme was supported by: the City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture; ERSTE Foundation.

Klara Kemp-Welch: Continuity and Rupture. Networking and Collaboration from the 70s to the 00s

The lecture examines the uses and abuses of narratives of the micro-historical isolation and marginalization of “East European art” while considering locating the historical germs of our present condition in the late-socialist period, comparing the cultural situation today with its late-socialist counterpart. The lecture was part of the 2014 World of Art public programme, which was organized by the SCCA-Ljubljana and the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory. The programme was supported by: the City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture; ERSTE Foundation.

Paul O'Neill: Did Somebody Say Curating, Again? Recent Turns in Curatorial Practice

Paul O'Neill looks back at some of his exhibitions, and describe how cumulative and expanding exhibition-forms can constitute an investigation into how the curatorial role is made manifest through cohesive and co-operative exhibition-making structures applied during all stages of the exhibition production. The lecture was part of the 2014 World of Art public programme, which wasorganized by the SCCA-Ljubljana and the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory. The programme was supported by: the City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture; ERSTE Foundation; the United States Embassy in Ljubljana.

Elke Krasny: Unplanned (Urban) History. Writing It Down/Writing It Up as a Critical Curatorial Practice

Elke Krasny presents a different genealogy of feminist urban curating (largely unwritten) and feminist strategies for writing an urban history that otherwise will have remained untold and invisible.The lecture was part of the 2014 World of Art public programme, which was organized by the SCCA-Ljubljana and the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory. The programme was supported by: the City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture; ERSTE Foundation.

Suzana Milevska: Troubled Relation Between Theory and Curatorial Practice

In the lecture, Suzana Milevska addresses the important and complex relation between contemporary curating and theoretical discourses. The lecture was part of the 2014 World of Art public programme, which was organized by the SCCA-Ljubljana and the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory. The programme was supported by: the City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture; ERSTE Foundation.

Keti Chukhrov and Miklavž Komelj in conversation with Zdenka Badovinac

The conversation was part of the conference Art as Commitment, which was organized in December 2013 by the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory and the Moderna galerija in Ljubljana. The conference was supported by the ERSTE Foundation. The aim of the conference was to reflect what committed art should be today and what the difference is when we talk about art as commitment.

Keti Chukhrov: No Art, Without Sublation of Art

The lecture was part of the conference Art as Commitment, which was organized in December 2013 by the Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory and the Moderna galerija in Ljubljana. The conference was supported by the ERSTE Foundation.

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