Thank to Isak Berbic, here is a very interesting link.
INDIVIDUAL UTOPIAS NOW AND THEN –
Discontinuity of generation dialogue or what do we have in common?
Narrative video workshop
Zlatan Filipović & Vedran Rešidbegović
Working framework – narrative video workshop (brief):
In order to personalize the contexts of the narrative topics a kind of swot analysis will be applied as an individual and later a group activity. This is aimed at producing a platform of “what do we have in common?” terms and opinions that will then be utilized for production of audio‐visual responses in a form of short clips.
A matrix/database of clips will be created by workshop participants that will provide raw material for re‐mixing and creation of narrative structures that will
provide creative response to the raised question from, more specifically, the sub‐ title of the Project ‐ INDIVIDUAL UTOPIAS NOW AND THEN – Discontinuity of generation dialogue or what do we have in common?
In turn this will provide for two outcomes of this workshop: group project, a collection of video clips; Individual critical/re‐mix = memory revived response to the framework of the Project.
Maraya Art Centar, Al Qasba, Sharjah, UAE
This project is a collaboration with the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art of Greece and the 3rd Thessaloniki Biennale of Greece.
The workshop took place from 12-14 June 2011, 6-9PM at the Maraya Art Centre in Sharjah with participation of 10 invited artists and other scholars.
An exhibition followed on 22 June.
This is a first event of a project which aims to re-define, through the use of images, their relation of the cultural heritage of the Arabic peninsula and the Eastern Mediterranean region. This traveling project, will open first during the Thessalonoki Biennale on 18 September 2011 and will travel to other places in the Middle East.
Underground Art: Chris Marker’s “PASSENGERS” Exhibit
Cocteau used to say that at night, statues escape from museums and go walking in the streets. During my peregrinations in the Paris Metro, I sometimes made such unusual encounters. Models of famous painters were still among us, and I was lucky enough to have them sitting in front of me. —Chris Marker
Paris metro PASSENGERS
I have contributed my reactive installation work titled ENGAGE, CHANGE.
WINTER/SPRING 2011 BRIEF HISTORIES
Sarah Abu Abdallah
Tarek Al Ghoussein
Jean Marie Casbarian
Nicolas Dumit Estevez
Emilia and Ilya Kabakov
Jeremiah Bendik Keymer
Jennifer and Kevin McCoy
Nebojsa Shoba Seric