Proceedings

Postmedia and non-institutional art practices since 1960s

Sandra Križić Roban, Leonida Kovač (eds.)

Editors
Sandra Križić Roban
Leonida Kovač

Assistant
Marija Borovičkić

Authors
Mrđan Bajić, Reinhard Braun, Martina Corgnati, Sandro Đukić, Liesbeth Decan, Nicole Hewitt, Katarzyna Kosmala, Leonida Kovač, Sandra Križić Roban, Marika Kuźmicz, Luc Levy, Falk Messerschmidt, Anna Rådström, Jelena Todorović

Reviewers
Tanja Dabo
Mirjana Repanić-Braun

Translation
Ivana Bertić (uvodno poglavlje)

Design and layout
bilić_müller studio

Prepress
Niko Potočnjak

Publisher
Institut za povijest umjetnosti, 2017

Material description
228 pp.; ilustr.; 23,5 cm

ISBN: 978-953-7875-37-4

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„Experimental, documentary, conceptual and innovative practices based on processuality, temporality, disposable material, archiving the performative as well as on the new media are in the focus of the theoreticians and artists whose texts we have prepared for this book. All of them, divided into four distinctly defined parts: 1. Can sorrow be inherited? (Nicole Hewitt, Falk Messerschmidt, Mrđan Bajić); 2. Sitting in Front of the Screen; Seeing Nothing (Sandro Đukić, Liesbeth Decan, Marika Kuźmicz); 3. Learning from History (Jelena Todorović, Luc Levy, Anna Rådström); 4. Revealing the Overlooked? (Katarzyna Kosmala, Martina Corgnati, Reinhard Braun) – are characterised by a contextualisation that does not conform to traditional institutional patterns.

Even though in some cases they represent a continuation of what preceded them, the artistic practices of our concern here are in fact only a segment of a far wider context which cannot be entirely retold. The processes of self-archiving, the awareness of the importance of what exists beyond the artistic domain and what needs to be documented and represented, the imposed exiles and the need to belong are elements of works that question the causes.“

Sandra Križić Roban (from the preface)

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