FESTIVAL 2012

LECTURE
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LECTURE BY VLADAN JEREMIĆ AND RENA RÄDL
"World Communal Heritage -  methodology and politics of
curatorial and artistic practice"


Vladan Jeremić and Rena Rädle are curators, artists and political activists, based in Belgrade, Serbia. In their curatorial and artistic practice they researches the intersection between contemporary art and political activism. Since 2002 they works together as artist duo. They are founder of Biro Beograd (2004), an association that gives platform for critical practice that steps beyond conventional forms of contemporary art, cultural and social research or activism.

Vladan Jeremić was director of the Gallery DOB of the city's cultural center in Belgrade (2008/2009). He has curated more than thirty exhibitions in local and international contexts and with Rena Rädle was one of the initiators of the project, Call the Witness - 2nd Roma Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennial and co-author of artworks within the collective Chto Delat? Their works are in the collection of MUDAM, Luxemburg, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven and Museum Reina Sofia, Madrid.

In the focus of their recent activities was the meaning of modernist urbanism today (project: World Communal Heritage), and emerging social movements such as emancipatory movements of Roma precarious workers and migrant workers in Europe (projects: The Housing Agenda, On Use Value of Art, Belleville and Gazela) Vladan Jeremić is curators of the project and exhibition, I Will Never Talk About the War Again realized in Fargfabriken in Stockholm (2011) and in Kibla, Maribor (2012).

Recently curated exhibitions and projects includes: The Perspectives, Part 1 - The scope of political practices of moving images today, Tulca, Galway, Ireland (2011); On Use Value of Art, Babel Art Space, Trondheim (2010); Queer Salon, Cultural Centre of Belgrade (2010); Balkan Exotic, Ondrej Brody & Kristofer Paetau, Cultural Center DOB, Belgrade (2009). Jeremić&Rädle had solo exhibitions in Belgrade, Paris, Hamburg, Helsinki, Trondheim, and Novi Sad, and many group exhibitions. In 2009 Rena Rädle initiated an ongoing public research project about the “forgotten”  Nazi concentration camp Staro Sajmiste in Belgrade.

http://www.modukit.com/raedle-jeremic/

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