The Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb



Tuesday, May 24th 2016, 7 PM
Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb
Gorgona Hall
Entrance is free.

Join us on Tuesday, May 24th 2016 at 7 PM in Gorgona Hall, for the lecture - performance “Images of Past as Images for the Future” by artistc Duo Doplgenger from Belgrade and film „Obzornik 62“ done by Slovenian artist Nika Autor and collective kolektiv Newsreel Front.

Entrance is free.

NIKA AUTOR works in the field of contemporary art. She finished her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana and is currently finishing her PhD in Practice at Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. The focus of her work is a research of the invisibilities/ inaudibilities, along that the question of the production of dominant representations, which are emerging on today's social, political and economical grounds. She is part of the collective Newsreel Front (Obzorniška Fronta). Her work has been presented in different galleries and festivals; Film d’actualites- l’actu est a nous /Jeu de Paume, Paris, France; Between Worlds II, Gallery Miroslav Kraljević, Zagreb, Croatia; U3, 7th Triennial of Contemporary Art in Slovenia, Ljubljana; Shifts in Time: Performing the Chronic, Mumok, Vienna, Austria; Alternative film/video, New Film and Video Festival, Beograd, Serbia.

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DUO DOPLGENGER is an artist duo Isidora Ilić and Boško Prostran, film/video artists from Belgrade (Serbia). The work of Doplgenger deals with relation between art and politics through exploring the regimes of moving images and modes of its reception. They deconstruct the film’s medium, language, structure and notions of text in order to discover the ways in which art/moving images participate in creating political reality.

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ARTISTS’ CINEMA is a screening program at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb established in 2012, aimed at introducing contemporary artists and their cinematic works, created at the meeting point of contemporary art and cinema, of film and visual arts. The program presents recent works of film/video outside the context of production of entertainment and spectacle as well as introducing historical perspectives and developments. It completes the programming of the Museum and complement the presentation of this hybrid form. It is aimed to intensify the dialog and exchange on the cultural scene of the city, connecting artists, curators, and critics with the public; in this way it will contribute to an active internationalization of the art scene engaged in the media of moving images.

Curated by: Branka Benčić, independent curator

Project manager: Tihomir Milovac, senior curator MSU

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