During the Covid19 pandemic, we experienced a lack of cultural and artistic events in dedicated galleries and stage halls, but also a significant increase in the amount and variety of digital content. Actors in culture and art tried to maintain contacts with the audience and associates through various forms of digitalization of their usual activities, so they developed alternative models of artistic presentation, in the form of digital galleries and digital art projects, work sales on the Internet, but also digital distribution and streaming.

What kind of challenges are forthcoming for the art world? What are the expectations for the audience and the creators? Are the art production and market becoming freer, point-black and approachable or on the contrary more dependent on capital? Are the art-making and experience of art becoming more personal and individual or depersonalized and estranged?

Panelists:

Denis Leo Hegic, Curator, Founder of the Supermarket lab/ Museum of Now Berlin

Ervin Dubrovic, Art Historian, Director at the Museum of Rijeka
Marko Ladjusic, Sculptor, Professor at the Faculty of Applied Arts, Belgrade

Marta Jovanović, Performance artist, Professor at RUFA – Rome University of Fine Arts

Ms Sangam Sharma, Austrian artist

Moderator:

Miodrag Ninic, Kulturforum ODKR

MIKSER TALKS

27th May

18:10 – 19:10

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Denis Leo Hegic
Curator, Founder of the Supermarket lab/ Museum of Now Berlin

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Ervin Dubrovic
Art Historian, Director at the Museum of Rijeka

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Marko Ladjusic
Sculptor, Professor at the Faculty of Applied Arts, Belgrade

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Marta Jovanovic
Performance artist, Professor at RUFA - Rome University of Fine Arts

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Sangam Sharma
Austrian artist

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Miodrag Ninic
Kulturforum ODKR