FUELED BY THE PEOPLE: Overcoming Precarious Conditions of Current Cultural Models

Miroslav Karić and Marija Radoš. Photo by Marija Piroški © Goethe-Institut, 2016

26th May, Actopolis Apartment

Marija Radoš and Miroslav Karić, curators and members of the independent artistic organization Remont, presented the project ‘Individual Case Study’. Their presentation also featured an exhibition of drawings by EmaEmaEma, Mario Kolarić, Andrej Bunuševac and Goran Stojčetović.

Exhibited drawings. Photo by Marija Piroški © Goethe-Institut, 2016

With this project, the authors identified the need to shed light on the unsustainable conditions of the cultural sector, in order that they can be redefined and structured in ways that are more fair and robust. Guided by their own precarious positions, and the Remont’s experience, they used the ACTOPOLIS BELGRADE platform as a forum for raising questions about the labor conditions of cultural (and other) workers.

Exhibited photographs. Photo by Marija Piroški © Goethe-Institut, 2016

The presentation sparked a lively discussion with the audience and other ACTOPOLIS BELGRADE participants, only confirming the enormous relevance of this topic.
>>More about Remont here

Audience. Photo by Marija Piroški © Goethe-Institut, 2016


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