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MIG 21

October 27th - November 19th, 2017 / Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia

AES+F will participate in the MIG 21 exhibition in Novi Sad, Serbia. Curated by Peter Tomaž Dobrila, Nina Jeza and Sanja Kojić Mladenov.

MIG 21, an international art exhibition on the topic of migrations, proposes an entirely humanist response to a clearly political question, thus connecting more than 30 exhibiting artists from Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, France, Germany, Russia, Poland, Hungary, UK, Mexico, etc.

In the abundance of various -isms, we have totally disregarded the only one that truly pushes us forward as a civilization. Humanism as a political program, a surrogate and substitution to capitalism, never really got its chance in history. Indeed, we have successfully cellophaned the humanist note into various, including modern, forms of art, where we are, indeed, still holding on to it firmly for the time being, under the guise of preserving the idea of humaneness. Yet the consideration triggered by MIG 21 is interesting precisely because it interconnects artistic visions and humanist values with various visual, sonic, and interdisciplinary media. The exhibition will showcase works from the fields of painting, sculpting, photography, video, intermedia installations and science & art research works. The artworks represent a selection of paradigms that have marked the realm of contemporary art for the last 30 years, with a special emphasis on thematic and interdisciplinary connections between the visual and the contemplative-technological-innovative.

AES+F (RU), antiAtlas of Borders (FR), Žarko Bašeski (MK), Mirsad Begić (SI), Marko Brecelj (SI), Bureau d’Etudes (FR), Julijana Božič (SI), Matej Čepin (SI), Ksenija Čerče (SI), Tina Dobrajc (SI), Jusuf Hadžifejzović (BA), Marko Jakše (SI), Jovan Joca Jovanović/Stanoje Ćebić (RS), Adela Jušić, Andreja Dugandžić (BA), Stojan Kerbler (SI), Aleksij Kobal (SI), Herlinde Koelbl (DE), Oleg Kulik (RU), Zbigniew Libera (PL), Vessna Perunovich (RS/CA), Ale de la Puente (MX), RIGUSRS (SI), Jože Slaček (SI), Zora Stančič (SI), Mladen Stilinović (HR), Dragoljub Raša Todosijević (RS), Dragan Vojvodić (RS), Tanja Vujinović (RS/SI), Uroš Weinberger (SI), Brigitta Zics (HU/UK), Srdjan Živulović (SI)

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