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“Bringing together newly commissioned essays predominantly from an emerging generation of researchers and writers, this reader focuses on conceptual and experimental artistic, curatorial and institutional practices that have rarely or never been brought into relation with potential parallels outside their respective context, in this case Latvia, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Chile, Peru, Poland and Romania.
The discussed practices explored the interstices between the collective and individual, private and public, action and escapism, art and non-art, artist and curator, nature and urban space, the visible and the invisible. Many of them were taking place in private spaces, in solitude, in nature, or camouflaging themselves as non-art, as part of everyday life, a protest, a crowded street, radically redefining or ignoring the idea of audience.”
Edited by Ivana Bago and Antonia Majača with Vesna Vuković
Publisher BLOK & DeLVe, Zagreb, 2011
ISBN 9539531748, 9789539531742