A series of online lectures is focused on problems surrounding creative and intellectual work today, and will try to offer considerations on the forms and possibilities of resistance.
While riotously mapping the wounds of post-Yugoslav society, Konstrakta connects the dots into a larger picture – a portrait of the post-Balkan in the neoliberal fog.
Members of the Critical Interruptions collective talk about the new forms of experiment and collaboration in criticism that develop beyond the traditional concept of authorship.
Can the European Green Deal truly be transformative for the planet and society, and discontinue the “business as usual” model disguised in green?
It's difficult to imagine that, in a thousand years, there will be something like "Trešnjevka", but the root system of the spruces along the railway allegedly has a good chance of surviving.
From traffic safety to climate and urban-planning justice, cycling activism has, since its inception, been associated with different but mutually compatible social struggles.
Curator and author Jonatan Habib Engqvist talks about governance regarding the socio-cultural infrastructure in the Sweden and Nordic region.
The ways the "ghosts" of the past intertwine with the present, as well as the chilling dynamics of technology that is utilized as a means of control, present the focuses of the Seminar.
We spoke with the curators of this year's / 'fu: bar / festival about the importance of glitch aesthetics in contemporary art and sustainability in digital art.
Events of the final conference of RESHAPE project pointed out different gestures and tools necessary for changing the (art) world.
Coordinator of CULT! cultural network Leen Vanderschueren speaks about models of governance in regards to socio-cultural infrastructure in Flanders and Brussels regions.
Researcher, activist, journalist and artist Igor Stokfiszewski speaks about management of socio-cultural infrastructure in Warsaw and Poland.
Tribes of Europa, a series which is problematic in many ways, treats the Petrova Gora Monument as a playground for various sadistic fantasies.
By re-appropriating empty spaces in the old city center, project Voids is building the foundations for a new imagination of the urbanity of Split.
The final part of the feature on the commons examines whether physical spaces – primarily those for culture and youth – can operate outside the usual market and political framework.
Rad portala Kulturpunkt.hr podržavaju: Ministarstvo kulture i medija Republike Hrvatske; Grad Zagreb; Hrvatski audiovizualni centar;Fond za poticanje pluralizma i raznovrsnosti elektroničkih medija (AEM); Europska unija