Presentation of Stelarc

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 26. October, 2019, at 06,00PM    CONTINGENT & CONTESTABLE FUTURES: ZOMBIE, CYBORG & PHANTOM BODIES Stelarc is one of the most celebrated artists in the world working within technology and the visual arts.He is a performance artist who has visually probed and acoustically amplified his

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Lecture by Mark Bassin: Politicizing the Landscape

Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje 07. October, 2019, at 07,00   The lecture Politicizing the Landscape will examine discourses around nature and landscape in the Soviet art criticism of the Stalin period. Far from being subordinated to the themes of industrial construction and socialist transformation, the depiction of nature was

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Lecture by Tania Bruguera: Political Timing Specific

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 02. October 2019   Political Timing Specific is a term coined by Tania Bruguera to define a type of art that is created to exist at specific political moment which gives the art work potential political and social impact. As it is not enough anymore

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Ron Aethey, Acephalous Monster

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje 07. – 09. 2019 SKOPJE PRIDE WEEKEND 2019 GLITTERING WOUNDS – Relations, Vulnerability, Resistance – Skopje Pride Weekend 2019 will be held for the 7th time, organized by the Coalition MARGINS and the LGBTI Support Center (Helsinki Committee of the Republic of Macedonia). The goal

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filmer en femme / filming as a woman

Museum of Contemporary Art – Film and Video Programme What is Film? Agnès Varda   “Because we women are supposedly all the same! Nuisances, frivolous, gossips, bitches, sluts, etc!” Quote from Réponses de Femmes, Agnès Varda, 1975   “One million women in France have abortions every year. Condemned to secrecy,

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What is Film? Safia Benhaim

01 / 02 April 2019 Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje  Film and Video regular programme “What is Film?” presents series of screenings and talks aiming to set up the basis of long-term programming, research, and presentation of outstanding audiovisual works, defining the broad palette of the art of film in

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Lecture: Zdenka Badovinac

Comradeship: Curating, Art, and Politics in Post-Socialist Europe Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje, Thursday 28. March 2019, starting at 20.00  “We are now in the second decade of the West taking interest in art from ‘other’ places. There are many reasons for this development, including the fall of communism in the

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The New Large Glass Journal

Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje   The Large Glass is being published again 23 years after its first issue and ten years since its last issue. The journal was first launched in 1995 by Sonja Abadzhieva, who became editor-in-chief, working with Liljana Nedelkovska, Zoran Petrovski, Marika Bocvarovska and many

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FORENSIC ARCHITECTURE: Unearthing State Violence

Lecture | 29 October | 19.30–21.30 Workshop | 30 October| 10.00–16.00   Contemporary conflict increasingly takes place in densely populated and mediatised environments. Accounts of human rights violations that occur within them abound, but are often distorted or simply muted by official narratives. Investigative access to these sites is primarily

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Reality Has to Begin

Film and Video Programs of the Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje and the International Documentary and Short Film Festival DokuFest, Prizren Present Reality Has to Begin Contemporary creative documentary film program Curated by Veton Nurkollari and Kumjana Novakova     Friday, October 12, 2018 at 20:00 H Did You Wonder

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