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Re: REFERENDUM @ New Media Gallery CROATIA


BLOG PRZENIESIONY POD NOWY ADRES

http://www.michal.brzezinski.net

opening on February 10th 2012

★★ We all live in the TINA (There Is No Alternative) political time. Lie that was often repeated by Margaret Thatcher in the 80-ties about the neo liberalism is now transformed into a brutal EU faction. In TINA political time there is actually no time for understanding the process, it is automated and implemented largely outside society hidden in endless paragraphs. The only remnant that remains when TINA is divided with civil rights is actually the freedom of citizens whether to decide, to vote; to go out well-dressed on a referendum / festival of democracy and to elect. Since we all are in TINA political time, the question whether the Croatian citizens will also give legitimacy to the EU, is superfluous, because the answer already exists in an automated process of the infinite paragraphs.
★★Exhibition Re: REFERENDUM questions how TIA (There Is Alternative) works, what are its mechanisms, mental triggers, asks how is it possible. Exhibition Re: REFERENDUM is a ride on the line TINA-TIA in which we question the fragile border crossing, the overcoming of automaticity, of subversion as a message between the lines as well as subversion as direct action, reaction, and act. ★

Boris & Natasha Kadin, curators

ARTISTS:

Cristina Amiran and Khalil Charif (Brasil): Souvenir, 4:59, video art

Selma Banich (Croatia): Woman (32) interprets the Treaty of Lisbon, durational performance

Gildo Bavchevicz (Croatia): Coins, mixed media art

Sarah Boothroyd (Canada): Power and Freedom, sound art

Igor Bošnjak (BiH): Anatomy Lesson, 4:22, animation

Michal Brzezinski (Poland): Dust, 13:30, post video art

Marijan Crtalić (Croatia): Euro integrations, art action

EUpatrids (Croatia): EU pionir_return, musical performance

Petar Grimani (Croatia): Der Fernseher, installation

Raul Gschrey (Germany): Oskar, 4:19, video art

Francis Hunger (Germany): History Exhaustion, 3 channel video installation

Natasha Kadin (Croatia): Miss EU, video / installation

Božidar Katić (Croatia): Cry!, installation

Alem Korkut (Croatia): 2012., installation

Marko Marković (Croatia): Every Marko Marković works it wrong, and our Marko Marković works it bad and wrong, art action / mixed media art

Dalibor Martinis (Croatia): IF YES, installation

Tara Najd Ahmadi (Iran / USA): Measuring the Level of Resistance, 4:18, hand painted 16 mm film

Jason Nelson (USA): With Love from a Failed Planet, net art / interactive prose poetry

Tanja Ostojić (Serbia / Germany): Untitled / After Courbet (L´origine du monde)

Kasia Pogowska (Poland): On the other side of the mirror, digitally printed colour photos

Goran Ristić (BiH): Untitled, video art

Benjamin Rosenthal (USA): Administrative Maximum: Towards the End of Broadcast, net art

Sandra Sterle (Croatia): Integration: who wants to play?, 3 channel video installation

Jürgen Trautwein aka jtwine (Germany): nois_pix_bombs, net art

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One thought on “Re: REFERENDUM @ New Media Gallery CROATIA

  1. On our way to Croatia we took an overnight train, it was an interesting experience, triple stacked bunks in a TINY room.

    Posted by Samantha Fleming | November 15, 2012, 7:11 am

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