(Non)Artistic Practices

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Maja Hodošček (1984) is an artist, pedagogue, curator, and researcher. She makes video works, installations, and book projects as well as initiates various workshops. She completed her MA at the Dutch Art Institute in Arnhem, NL.

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Iva Kovač has been a visual artist at fokusgrupa.net since 2012, an editor at GSG magazine, and a curator at gsg.hr since 2017. She was the curator at PM Gallery in Zagreb from 2010 to 2012 and at SIZ Gallery in Rijeka from 2013 to 2015.

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Ivana Hanaček (1981) is an art historian, researcher, curator and PhD candidate in the Department of Art History, University of Zadar. Since 2010 she has been a member of the curatorial collective BLOK within which she curated the UrbanFestival, and since 2016 she has been co-curating the art and education programme of BAZA.

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Ana Kutleša (1985) is an art historian, researcher and curator. Between 2007 and 2011 she worked as an assistant and curator of the exhibitions of younger artists in the Miroslav Kraljević Gallery, and has been a member of the curatorial collective BLOK since 2009.

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Miloš Miletić and Mirjana Radovanović jointly practice visual art and research as KURS. In their work they explore how artistic practice can contribute to (and become an integral part of) various social struggles.

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Sherif Rushdy holds a master’s degree in systems science and international development. He has 40 years experience in professional and volunteer engagement in community development and consulting work in local, national, and international social and economic development projects across four continents.
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