The Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje continues with a series of lectures within the framework of the Interdisciplinary Program. On Wednesday, April 5, starting at 7:00 p.m., Lia and Dan Perjovschi will have a gallery talk entitled “Permanent Repositioning: Between the Local and the Global.”
Lia Perjovschi is a researcher, editor, and conceptual and installation artist working with mind-maps, timelines, and education as mediums. She founded several platforms and institutions: Contemporary Art Archive Bucharest, The Knowledge Museum, or The Telescopic Space of Knowledge. Lia Perjovschi had a large number of solo shows, such as at Nasher Museum at Duke University, Ivan Gallery Bucharest, ESPAI Castellon, and participated in numerous group exhibitions at Pompidou Center in Paris, Tate Modern in London, MACBA Barcelona, and at the Sao Paolo and Sydney Biennials. Telescopic Space of Knowledge is permanently installed at Astra Library in Sibiu Romania
Dan Perjovschi is an artist and journalist. He uses drawing in a multitude of forms, wall drawing, drawing performances, activist drawings, artist books, public space projects, printed media, and independent publishing. He had solo shows at Moma New York, Tate Modern, Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven, Macro Roma, Kiasma Helsinki and Ludwig Museum Cologne to name a few. He participated in numerous group exhibitions such as Documenta 15, Venice, Istanbul, Lyon, Jakarta, Sao Paolo, and Sydney biennials.
The entrance is free.
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