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April 2013

Acts of Voicing: on the Poetics and Politics of the Voice □ 일정/Date: 2013.05.02-06.30 □ 오프닝/Opening: 2013.05.02 6pm □ 큐레이터: 신보슬, 이리스 드레슬러, 한스 D. 크리스트, 크리스티앙 페터슨 □ 참여작가: 바니 아비디, 다니엘 가르시아 앙두하르, 유투브 동영상 (익명의 작가), 존 발데사리, 사무엘 베케트, 이네스 도우약, 후안 마뉴엘 에차바리아, 팀 에첼, 라이너 가날, 게리 힐, 란짓 호스코테, 쟈크 라캉, 임민욱, 마라 마츄스카, 호세 페레즈 오카나, 옥인콜렉티브, 앙리 살라, 이모겐 스티드워시, 라사 토도시에비치, 양 쩬종, 카타리나 드제라르, 슬라보에 지젝 □ 파트너: 파라/사이트 아트스페이스, 홍콩 뷔템베르기셔 쿤스트페어라인 슈트트가르 카미널 컬쳐럴 부카레스트 □ Curators: Nathalie Boseul SHIN, Iris Dressler, Hans D. Christ, Christian Peterson □ Artists: Bani Abidi, Daniel García Andújar, Anonym, John Baldessari, Samuel Beckett, Ines Doujak, Juan Manuel Echavarria, Tim Techells, Rainer Ganahl, Gary Hill, Ranjit Hoskote, Jacques Lacan, Minouk Lim, Mara Mattuschka, José Pérez Ocaña, Okin Collective, Anri Sala, Imogen Stidworthy, Rasa Todosijevic, Zhen Zhong Yang, Katarina Zdjelar, Slavoj Žižek □ Partners: Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart Căminul Cultural, Bucharest

Universitas (magistrorum et scholarium) Stećci – Gymnazium 2nd edition of Project Biennial D-0 ARK Underground, Bosnia and Herzegovina April 26–September 26, 2013 Opening: April 26th, 2013, 11am - 4pm Tito’s Nuclear Bunker, Konjic Bosnia and Herzegovina The partner countries are the Republics of Turkey and Croatia, in this respect, the curators are Basak Senova and Branko Franceschi, who have their paired curatorial statements under the titles Time Cube and The Castle and selected 35 international projects. Regardless of constructed histories and collective memories, remembering means jumping from one sequence to another. Each reading guides towards a new reality and each reality illuminates a new path to discover curves, waves, missing details, obscured secrets, and disguised opinions. By navigating through sequences of time, Time Cube aims at dwelling in past and future memories by (i) reconstructing narratives; (ii) experiencing diverse realities simultaneously; (iii) connecting the temporal with the spatial; and (iv) processing the evidences of fiction and fact together. Following the same line of thought, The Castle focuses on the unnerving sensation of paranoia, doom and egotism emanating from the inversion of the ancient concept of fortress to the underground haven for the political and military elite of the Cold War era and its contemporary transition into the tourist attraction. The central object of the Biennial is “Facility D-0, Tito’s Atomic War Command” located in Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Now, this very object still stands as a unique fiction, which is also a pastiche of industrial aesthetics and facts with working engines and ventilators as the backdrop of a historical fact. The bunker simply freezes time and is totally isolated from the outer world. At the same time, the bunker unfolds all the possible tensions, disappointments, dreams, hopes, and miseries of the entire geography.