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- Opening of the exhibition “TESTIMONY – TRUTH OR POLITICS: The Concept of Testimony in the Commemoration of the Yugoslav Wars” / Čolaković Legacy, 14.12.17. at 6pm
- Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade will be closed on Wednesday, December 6, 2017.
- Opening of the renovated building of the Museum of Contemporary Art / exhibition Sequences, MoCAB, 20.10.17. at 10 a.m.
- Conversation with the artist Selman Trtovac / Salon of the MoCAB, 12.10.17. at 6 p.m.
Video, Television, Anticipation / Presentations and discussion / Salon of MoCAB, 8.06.13. at 5 P.M.Talk programs | 08.06.2013
Video, Television, Anticipation / Presentations and discussion
Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, 14 Pariska street
June 8, 2013. at 5 P.M.
Participants: Project DIVA - present by Barbara Borčić, Center for Contemporary Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia (SCCA); The project Technology To the People! - present by Gordana Nikolić, Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina; Low-Fi Video, Belgrade
Curators: Aleksandra Sekulić i Branka Benčić
The collecting of materials for DIVA Station is based on a documentary, archival and research project on video art in Slovenia Videodokument: Video Art in Slovenia 1969-1998, which was developed at SCCA-Ljubljana between 1994 and 1999. DIVA Station (Digital Video Archive) focuses on collecting video material in three categories: art video, video documentation of art events, and video documentation of theoretical discussions and other sources which refer to contemporary art and provide a context for the examination of (in our case) video works. Edited by: Barbara Borčić. www.e-arhiv.org/diva
The project Technology To the People! (Case Study: Film and Video In Vojvodina) was conceptualized as an exhibition, cinema, series of lectures, presentations and discussions which will enable an insight into the specific conditions for production in film, video and television media, through the examples of the selcted film and video productions, technique and archival documentation from various historical contexts of the current region of Vojvodina in XX and XXI century. Authors/curators: Aleksandar Davic and Gordana Nikolic.
Low-Fi Video (1997-2003.) - A video movement initiated by an open call for Low-Fi Video Sabor in 1997, and in coming years enabled hundreds of authors and collectives form Serbia and the region a microcinema model of screenings, production, international communication; openly evoking the continuity of Yugoslav cine-amateurism. The most omportant manifestations: Yugoslav Festival of Cheap Film in Subotica and Mikrokino Fest in Belgrade. www.crsn.com/low-fi/
For more information about the exhibiton, please visit http://eng.msub.org.rs/video-televizija-anticipacija