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Kerrie Poliness: Wave Drawings and Landscape Paintings

 "These works are concerned with ‘difference’, an aspect of connectivity between things in the world that is often disconnected by notions such as ‘natural’ and ‘manufactured’. Everything in this world, both natural and manufactured, is a part of nature and interrelated. Each thing in the world is innately unique and constantly in a state of flux.  The nature of nature is such that a small shift within very tight parameters can produce quite different outcomes. The less that change is allowed to occur (is repressed) the more radically change may happen when it does occur, because it will occur. The physics of such processes of change helps to explain what is going on in the world around us." The exhibition will open on 3rd of June 2014 at 8 pm.




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Liquidation

Liquidation is an interdisciplinary project concerning questions of visibility in response to the often-invisible processes of privatization. With a curatorial framework conceived by the New York curator, Sarah Lookofsky produced for Stacion - Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina, its Zagreb iteration includes the addition of several practices by Croatian artists chosen by the curatorial team of Miroslav Kraljević Gallery (Ana Kovačić, Lea Vene, and Sanja Sekelj) in Zagreb. In addition the project’s partner in Zagreb, the European Institute for Progressive Cultural Politics in Vienna is a central partner in the conference, which will follow the exhibition’s opening in Zagreb.  




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REMOVED FROM THE CROWD: Unexpected Encounters I_ READER

Bringing together newly commissioned essays predominantly from an emerging generation of researchers and writers, this reader focuses on conceptual and experimental artistic, curatorial and institutional practices that have rarely or never been brought into relation with parallels outside their respective context, in this case Latvia, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Chile, Peru, Poland and Romania. It does not strive for the formulation of a structured narrative of theses and conclusions, nor is it imagined as a review of practices determined by their ‘peripheral geographies’. Rather, while seeking to avoid already established analogies and references it becomes a call for close reading. The result is an experiment in which comparative readings can be formed through potentially unexpected and revealing ‘encounters’.

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REMOVED FROM THE CROWD* Dionysian Socialism, (Non) Action, Delayed Audience_1960s and 1970s in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia /Open research/ Tranzitdisplay, Prague, June 20th - July 10th, 2011

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Where Everything Is Yet To Happen_2nd Chapter: Exposures

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REMOVED FROM THE CROWD: THE FATE OF OUTER PLANETS opens at SKUC Gallery, Ljubljana on December 23, 2009

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