— is a researcher, lecturer and a freelance curator. She graduated in Economy and Art History at the University in Vienna. She has curated a series of exhibitions including “Productive Work – what is it supposed to be?” (frei_raum, Museumsquartier), “Bosch & Hofbauer” (The Paintings Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2018), “The Munchhausen effect – Micro-utopias on Time in the Time of having no Time” (Gallery 5020, 2017), “Crisis as Ideology?” (Kunstraum Niederösterreich, 2016). Her publication “Rethinking Density. Art, Culture and Urban Practices” was released by Sternberg Press as part of the publication series of the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna in 2017. Since May 2018 she has been working on the project “Collective Utopia of Post-War Modernism: The Adriatic Coast as a Leisure and Defence Paradise” together with Antonia Dika supported by FWF (Austrian Science Fund).
— is an art historian who works as an independent curator and critic. She holds a MA degree in Art History and History (2009) from the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb and a MA degree in Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education (2011) from Maastricht University. She often works within temporary collectives that give form to projects such as Shame on You! (2013–2017), net.cube (2015–2017) and Economies of Love/Politics of Feelings (2011-14), which contained both artistic and educational programmes. Her recent exhibitions include Truth that Lies, as co-curator, Utrecht, the Netherlands (2019) and Earth Song’s Low Frequency Tones, Velika Gorica, Croatia (2019). She is a member of AICA and a co-editor at INCA press. At present, she curates educational programmes for the Multimedia Center KIBLA in Maribor, Slovenia.
— art historian and curator; MA in Art History, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade University. She worked in the Grafički kolektiv gallery (2008-2010), was a member of the curatorial collective Kontekst kolektiv (2010-2013) and the working group Four Faces of Omarska (2010-2016). She curated the exhibitions: “Art Matters, but Art is Not Enough”, Center for Contemporary Art in Celje, Slovenia (2016); “Silence is deafness here”, Cultural centre of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia (2019); “If only the day was longer”, Art55 Gallery, Niš, Serbia (2020). Together with other members of STATION Service for contemporary dance Belgrade she curates the Kondenz festival of contemporary dance and performance (since 2016). Together with Milutin Dapčević, Dušica Dražić, Selena Orb, Vladimir Pejković, Katarina Popović, Tanja Šljivar and Igor Vasiljev she was the member of the team of Serbian pavilion titled “Self-upbringing: Scene work ahead” at the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, Prague, Czech. She was also a member of the editorial board of portal Mašina (2014-2021). She is a member of AICA.
— is an artist and curator, born in Belgrade and currently living in Antwerp. The issues that Dražić explores within her practice deal with the ambivalent interrelationship of the citizen and the city, their mutual support and protectiveness, but also their isolation and destruction. She searches for spaces of irregularity, difference, and flexibility, rethinking them at the level of cultural continuity, symbolic irregularities and individual actions. She looks for, works with and collects traces that show how culture is constantly being negotiated, redefined and transformed. Dražić exhibited her artistic work internationally in solo and group exhibitions and was a resident at Q21-MuseumsQuartier (Vienna), Iaspis (Stockholm), ISCP (NYC), KulturKontakt (Vienna), TimeLab (Ghent) and Tobačna 001 (Ljubljana). Dražić has also initiated and curated collaborative projects and exhibitions. In 2018 Dušica Dražić and Wim Janssen founded OUT OF SIGHT, a venue for contemporary art in Antwerp.
— is an author of video works and installations, she initiates workshops, and curates exhibitions. Her practice is research-based and experimental, focusing on performance, behaviour, and modes of learning. She finished her MA at the Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem, NL. Her work has been shown in international group exhibitions such as Estudiotik At. 5. Years of Creation, Tabakalera – International Centre for Contemporary Culture (Donostia), Spain; Hidden Curriculum, tranzit.sk, Bratislava; Beyond the Globe, Moderna galerija, Ljubljana, South by South East, Guangdong Times Museum, China. She had solo exhibitions in Dom omladine, Belgrade, Museum of Contemporary Art – MSUM, Ljubljana, Miroslav Kraljević Gallery, Zagreb, ŠKUC Gallery Ljubljana, and Gallery Gregor Podnar, Ljubljana. In 2020 she received the Rihard Jakopič national award for artistic achievements, and in 2010 she won the OHO Award. She was an artist in residence in Tabakalera – International Centre for Contemporary Culture in San Sebastian (2019) and ISCP New York (2010).
— graduated in Photography from the Academy of Dramatic Arts, Sociology from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Psychology from the University Department of Croatian Studies at the University of Zagreb. Her artworks are included in the collections of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka, the Rigo Gallery, and the City Museum of Zagreb, and have been exhibited at numerous solo and group shows. Pazzini Editore published her artist book New School and Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka published her artist book Rehearsing family. She was a resident among others at Q21, MuseumsQuartier (Vienna), Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris), Bluecoat Centre for the Contemporary Arts (Liverpool). She initiated numerous self-organised art education programmes and collaborative projects. The primary field of her artistic work lies in researching the ways in which cultural norms and customs shape the lives of individuals.
— is a visual artist and a graphic designer. He studied at the University of Applied Arts in Belgrade. His graphic design practice spans more than two decades and includes diverse interests and projects, most notably in the field of independent culture and in collaboration with cultural institutions (galleries, museums, cultural centres). Radmanović’s interests revolve around visual arts and experimental approaches to graphic design, as well as in education and numerous graphic-design workshops that he organizes at festivals and conferences across Serbia. Next to design, Radmanović is active as a photographer and a member of the contemporary photography collective Belgrade Raw. Radmanović has published two independent books: “Studio Pure presents 5” and “I don’t like hanging around with graphic designers. They are self obsessed and boring.” His visual art has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions. He lives and works in Belgrade.
— is a playwright born in Banjaluka, SFR Yugoslavia in 1988. She holds both BA and MA degrees in dramaturgy from the Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade as well as an MA degree in Applied Theater Studies from the University of Giessen. She has written seven full-length plays and several short ones, which have been published, publicly read and staged at many European theatres. She also writes film screenplays, short stories, radio plays, texts for visual arts projects and theatre-theory texts. She has won several awards for her playwriting. She has been a guest of writing residences: IHAG and St. Air in Graz, Q21-MuseumsQuartier and KulturKontakt in Vienna, “Prishtina has no river” in Prishtina, and “Reading Balkans” in Split. She is a member of the artistic platform Björnsonova and the leftist activist movement ZA Krov nad glavom. In the autumn of 2020, she started working on her debut novel, supported by IAS at CEU in Budapest.
— is an art historian and curator from Rijeka. From 2011 to 2015 she worked at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka as project manager and producer. In 2015 she started working as a curator and took over the management of the MMSU collection of prints and the specialized collection Romolo Venucci and Kamov residential program (up to 2017). In 2016, she was part of the team in charge for Rijeka’s preparation for the European Capital of Culture second round. Šuković is a member of curators collective BurnHub, whose exhibitions include, among others, Silent shout: The whole story can only be whispered into your ear, Podroom Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2017, Tomislav Gotovac, Don’t ask where we’re going, MMCA, Rijeka, Croatia, 2017, House of Arts, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic, 2017-2018, MGML, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2018 (with Ksenija Orelj).