Interviews

Finding a place for culture

An interview with Marco Jozić and Tatjana Mateša from Novo Kulturno Naselje (Serbia) Marco Jozić, the founder and project manager of Novo Kulturno Naselje association, and Tatjana Mateša, its art director, describe Novi Sad (Serbia) as a city of constant change. In this interview, they share their experience trying to […]

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Tearing down boarders and giving a voice to everyone

An interview with Katrīna Dūka from the New Theatre Institute of Latvia (Latvia) Katrīna Dūka, producer and curator of New Theatre Institute of Latvia (NTIL), believes that art can encourage people to meet and start creating things together. In this interview, an emerging curator shares her thoughts on contemporary theatre […]

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Art to face our fears

An interview with Karmen Krasić Kožul from LAB 852 (Croatia) Karmen Krasić Kožul, the managing director and curator in LAB 852, believes in the ability of art to inspire social and cultural changes, when people from many different fields act together. In this interview, the curator shares her thoughts on […]

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Being a part of a community makes great home

An interview with Giulia Pardini from “Latitudo” (Italy) Giulia Pardini, an emerging curator from “Latitudo”, believes that art may open new unexpected horizons and stimulate people’s imagination in ways, that they have never thought it could. In the following interview, the young curator shares her thoughts on the multifunctional nature […]

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Creating dialogues and building bridges

An interview with Elis Unique from Prague Biennale Foundation (Czech Republic) Elis Unique, an emerging curator and coordinator in Prague Biennial, believes that contemporary art, which in this day and age reflects  all types of political, social, ecological and other problems, can be interesting for everybody. In this interview, the […]

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Art that inspires real changes

An interview with Lotta Schäfer from the ZK/U – Center for Arts and Urbanistics (Germany) Lotta Schäfer, an emerging curator, and coordinator of residency programmes at ZK/U, believes that sharing knowledge is very important and that artistic access to it may be very successful. In this interview, an emerging curator […]

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Art that shapes a discursive environment

An interview with Neringa Stoškutė from Kaunas Biennial (Lithuania) Neringa Stoškutė, an independent curator and project manager at Kaunas Biennial, claims that art, and various educational programmes accompanying it, may contribute to the development of critical thinking, analysing current local and global issues, as well as to inspire people to […]

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Perception of art as a choice

An interview with Raluca Doroftei from META Cultural Foundation (Romania) Raluca Doroftei, curator at META Cultural Foundation, believes that our perception of art is our choice and that not only can it reflect the reality, but inspire some real changes as well. In the following interview, the curator discusses various […]

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Interconnectivity and local discourse

An interview with Sara Dowling from ‘EVA International’ (Ireland) Sara Dowling, artist and assistant curator in ‘Eva International’ (Ireland’s Biennial), describes herself as a social butterfly, and believes that co-creation has a lot to offer. In this conversation, an emerging artist and curator both shares her artistic and curatorial inspirations […]

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