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Modelling public space (s) in culture - Rethinking Institutional Practices in Culture and Historical (Dis)continuities

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Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski, Nataša Bodrožić, Violeta Kachakova, Lokomotiva
Beschreibung

Publication: MODELLING PUBLIC SPACES IN CULTURE Rethinking Institutional Practices in Culture and Historical (Dis)continuities

The Publication “Modeling Public Space(s) in Culture” is a continuation to the Conference Modelling Public Space(s) in Culture organised in Skopje, Kino Kultura in October 2017. The Conference aimed to offer diverse thematic overview on “public space” as a physical location creating social ties and “public sphere” as the collection of attributes contributing to the formation of public discourse. At the conference, public spaces were reviewed and discussed through two different aspects: 1/Revisionism and production of the history of culture and institution and 2/Reflection on the need for new models of public spaces in culture.

On the basis of the main thematic frame developed with the Conference, the publication continues to investigate it the same direction. Thus, the publication has three main thematic axes.

The first one, “Re-Assembling the Institution of Culture”, brings forward texts that analyse the notion of the institution and instituting, cultural policy and its relation to the institution, and critically reflecting on participation as a method in governing.
The second theme “Collective Instituting: Between ‘No Longer’ And ‘Not Yet’”, brings analyses and theoretical articulation of “destituent” spaces, thoughts about commoning, its genealogy and meaning, and proposes artistic and curatorial practices as a methodology for reformation of the public space and gives two artistic approaches in viewing the institution and its practices.
“Archaeologies of the Future”, the third theme delves in the realm of history and memory by examining (media) images, particularly those creating historical narratives, but also building (or replacing) personal and collective memory.

There are sixteen contributions in these thematic axes, and three case studies for the spaces concerned in the project. – Kino Kultura – Macedonia, Pioneer City – Serbia and Motel Togir – Croatia. The authors are from former Yugoslavia, Europe and beyond, all coming from different background – sociologists, scholars, academics, cultural workers, independent researchers, cultural policy experts, art and culture theorists, artists, activists, managers in culture, etc.

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The publication MODELLING PUBLIC SPACES IN CULTURE Rethinking Institutional Cultural Practices in South East Europe and Historical (Dis)continuities is realised in the frame of the projects Dissonant (Co)Spaces and Cultural Spaces for Active Citizens.
Dissonant (Co)Spaces is funded by the Balkan Arts and Culture Fund BAC. BAC is supported by the Swiss Government through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the European Cultural Foundation (ECF). Cultural Spaces for Active Citizens project is funded by Civica Mobilitas

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction
—Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski
—Nataša Bodrožić
—Violeta Kachakova

Chapter 1
Re-Assembling Institution
of Culture

Imagining Culture in a Flat Wet World
—Pascal Gielen

Building European Cultural Spaces:
Discussing the Impact of European
Cultural Policy in Southeast Europe
—Claske Vos

Methods of Institutional Agency in the
Public Sphere: Cultural Policy Challenges
and Achievements
—Milena Dragićević Šešić
—Rada Drezgić

Exploring Practices of Participatory
Cultural Governance as Tendencies in
Local Cultural Development
—Ana Žuvela

ENDURANCE, SOFT STRUCTURES
AND THE GLITTER - on Nomad Dance
Academy and its potentials as a migrating
set of institutional practices
—Dragana Alfirević

More than a Model: The Story (so far) of
the Socio-Cultural Space Centar - Jadro
in Skopje
—Iskra Geshoska
—Yane Calovski

Civil/Public Partnerships in the Balkan
Ravines: Macedonian Scenario
—Danilo Prnjat

Kino Kultura - Project Space for
Contemporary Performing Arts
and Contemporary Culture
—Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski
—Violeta Kachakova

Chapter 2
Collective Instituting:
Between the “No Longer”
and the “Not Yet”

Destituent Spaces: Instituting as
an intervention
—Gigi Argyropoulou

Commons as an emancipatory
tendency in constituting new
institutions
—Ivana Dragšić

Patterns of Commoning
Ownership and Cultural Production
in the Age of Automation
—Corrado Gemini

Building Collective Public Space
responsibly: “conflictual” artistic
and curatorial practices
—Ivana Vaseva

Artistic formats and institutions:
(re)articulation, (re)presentation,
and (dis)placement
—Ingrid Cogne

ETMAC: The Extra-territorial
Ministry of Arab Culture
—Adham Hafez
—Adam Kucharski

Kino Kultura - Project Space for
Contemporary Performing Arts
and Contemporary Culture
—Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski
—Violeta Kachakova

Motel Trogir Project: Protecting
Croatia’s Post-WWII Architecture
—Lidija Butković Mićin
—Nataša Bodrožić

Pioneer City in Belgrade Legitimate
Oblivion or Non-Culture of
Remembering
—Milica Božić Marojević
—Marija Stanković


Chapter 3
Archaeologies of
the Future

Images of Past as Images for the
Future
—Isidora Ilić
—Boško Prostran (Doplgenger)

Neoliberal appropriation of public
space in post(anti)socialist
Macedonia
—Goran Janev

Dissonance – a Pretty Harsh
Term to Define
Towards Understanding the
Importance of Safeguarding the
Pluralism of Heritage Meanings
in Public Spaces
—Milica Božić

Standorte
MCB
Lokaler Standort
E31
ISBN
978-608-65194-4-5
Erscheinungsdatum
01.01.2018
Erscheinungsort
Skopje
Umfang
223
Sprachen
en