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The system is pushing criticism towards marketing

by: Ivana Pejić

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.

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Smaller institutions create communities

by: Katarina Pavić and Hrvoje Pašalić

Curator and author Jonatan Habib Engqvist talks about governance regarding the socio-cultural infrastructure in the Sweden and Nordic region.

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Questioning the creation process

by: Martina Kontošić

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.

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Cultural houses as spaces of citizen decision-making

by: Katarina Pavić and Hrvoje Pašalić

Coordinator of CULT! cultural network Leen Vanderschueren speaks about models of governance in regards to socio-cultural infrastructure in Flanders and Brussels regions.

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The cultural sector knows how to fight for its beliefs

by: Katarina Pavić and Hrvoje Pašalić

Researcher, activist, journalist and artist Igor Stokfiszewski speaks about management of socio-cultural infrastructure in Warsaw and Poland.

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Israelis are Ready for Another Narrative

by: Sara Simić

Rachel Leah Jones and Philippe Bellaïche, authors of the documentary Advocate, speak about their directorial approach and the context of documentary filmmaking in Israel.

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On Quotidian Radicality of Care

by: Hana Sirovica

Theo Prodromidis talks about various modes of organizing around solidarity, the importance of art(ists) in nonformal education, and links between care and citizenship.

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Democracy is all about sharing

by: Luka Ostojić

Sociologist Pascal Gielen talks about creative cities and the ideology of commonism that he sees as an alternative to neoliberal market-oriented relations.

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The Acoustic as a Pathway Towards Solidarity

by: Lujo Parežanin

Artist and theorist Brandon LaBelle talks about the implications of his acoustic perspective for the understanding of politics, identity, community, aesthetics and ecology.

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Taking Care of Unconditional Solidarity

by: Hana Sirovica

The Pirate Care team talks about alternative ways of collective organizing around issues related to care, the potentials of political pedagogy and the making of Pirate Care syllabus.

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Create Your Own Institutions

by: Martina Kontošić

Curator Adam Szymczyk talks about his professional path and challenges, non-formal education and potential of contemporary exhibition concepts.

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Commiting to Encounter and Collaboration

by: Jasna Račić

Stéphanie Lucien-Brun, a volunteer at Lyon's Laucaux Motiv' community center, talks about the concept of "third places" and the importance and challenges of collective management.