Touring exhibition MIG 21 in Novi Sad, Serbia
International Art Exhibition MIG 21: Migratory Interdisciplinary Grid 21
Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina
Novi Sad, Serbia
27 October 2017 – 19 November 2017
Opening and performances
27 October 2017, at 19:00
Live performances at the exhibition opening:
Marko Brecelj (SI) "Grill scrounging in a press conference"
Oleg Kulik (RU)‘ "Fountain’’
MIG 21 interconnects artistic visions, humanist values, and various visual, audio, and interdisciplinary media. The exhibition showcases works from the fields of painting, sculpture, photography, video, intermedia, bio art, and science & art research works. The artworks represent a selection of paradigms that have marked the realm of contemporary art for the last thirty years, with a special emphasis on the thematic and interdisciplinary connections between the visual and the contemplative-technological-innovative. The exhibition was first held in KIBLA PORTAL, in Maribor in October 2016. The touring exhibition was coordinated and prepared as a collaboration between Risk Change partners, with MSUV Novi Sad as host and touring curator.
Curated by: Peter Tomaž-Dobrila, Nina Jeza and Sanja Kojić Mladenov
Artist: AES+F (RU), antiAtlas of Borders (FR), Žarko Bašeski (MK), Mirsad Begić (SI), Bureau d’Etudes (FR), Julijana Božič (SI), Marko Brecelj (SI), Matej Čepin (SI), Ksenija Čerče (SI), Tina Dobrajc (SI), Jusuf Hadžifejzović (BA), Marko Jakše (SI), Jovan Joca Jovanović, Stanoje Čebić (RS), Adela Jušić, Andreja Dugandžić (BA), Stojan Kerbler (SI), Aleksij Kobal (SI), Herlinde Koelbl (DE), Oleg Kulik (RU), Zbigniew Libera (PL), Vessna Perunovich (RS), Ale de la Puente (MX), RIGUSRS (SI), Jože Slaček (SI), Zora Stančič (SI), Mladen Stilinović (HR), Raša Todosijević (RS), Dragan Vojvodić (RS), Tanja Vujinović (RS/SI), Uroš Weinberger (SI), Srdjan Živulović (SI), Brigitta Zics (UK/HU)
‘’In the nineties the region of the former Yugoslavia used to be the source of migration and transition processes in Europe which have led to gradual immigration of a substantial part of the cultural elite into the countries of Western Europe, North America, Australia, etc. as the countries of their desired residence. Many artists moved to these countries because of the level of development of their educational systems, cultural and economic standards or in order to broaden their own spiritual aspects, many of them used to stay, return to their homeland or move further looking for new experiences. ‘’ (Sanja Kojić Mladenov)
The exhibition MIG 21 is the first in a series of large-scale international events of the four-year project Risk Change (2016–2020), co-financed by the Creative Europe program of the European Union. The project is also supported by the Municipality of Maribor and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia.
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