Informal Networks Belgrade
Contemporary Art and Nationalism – Critical Reader’ and talk with the guests and the editors of the publications: Sezgin BoynikPosted December 20th, 2008 by homoludens
Debate room of Cultural Center DOB
Presentation of publication 'Contemporary Art and Nationalism – Critical Reader'
and talk with the guests and the editors of the publications: Sezgin Boynik and Minna L. Henriksson
"....Even if nationalism is an abstract notion of modern life, its consequences are very effective and powerful. The reason for this is that the materialization of nationalism in everyday life and in actual politics is rooted in many practices and rituals in both the private space and in official institutions.
The lecture by Lawrence Liang * a part of Informal Networks Belgrade project **
"Debates on copyright tend to be overdetermined by issues of legality and economic efficiency. This is particularly true when we speak of piracy,
with an excessive focus on imagined harms and losses, a discourse that
loses sight of the enchantment with which we encounter the world of
texts, images and sound. (...)