3/2/2020
Poster action Perfect Peripheral
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Poster action Perfect Peripheral

Vlad Brăteanu, Dante Buu, Tin Dožić, Bianca Hisse, Neža Knez, Gaisha Madanova, Ekaterina Muromtseva, María Luisa Sanín Peña, Ivana Tkalčić

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FEBRUARY 2020
STREETS OF ZAGREB

Vlad Brăteanu, Dante Buu, Tin Dožić, Bianca Hisse, Neža Knez, Jolanta Nowaczyk, Gaisha Madanova, Ekaterina Muromtseva, María Luisa Sanín Peña and Ivana Tkalčić in dialogue with David Maljković and Kate Sutton
Collaborators: Ana Kovačić and Andro Giunio

The module Perfect Peripheral led by David Maljković and Kate Sutton offers participants a practical grounding in the advantages and limitations of working from so-called peripheries. Perfect Peripheral puts an emphasis on agility and adaptation, challenging students to develop a mastery over the spaces of production and display, using limited resources and infrastructure. In a dialogue with Maljković and Sutton in February 2020 the participants produced posters that in a clandestine way inserted their presence and problematized a number of topics such as artistic visibility, memories, communication, and status of public space. 


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Poster action Perfect Peripheral
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Poster action Perfect Peripheral

Vlad Brăteanu, Dante Buu, Tin Dožić, Bianca Hisse, Neža Knez, Gaisha Madanova, Ekaterina Muromtseva, María Luisa Sanín Peña, Ivana Tkalčić

ACTION
FEBRUARY 2020
STREETS OF ZAGREB

Vlad Brăteanu, Dante Buu, Tin Dožić, Bianca Hisse, Neža Knez, Jolanta Nowaczyk, Gaisha Madanova, Ekaterina Muromtseva, María Luisa Sanín Peña and Ivana Tkalčić in dialogue with David Maljković and Kate Sutton
Collaborators: Ana Kovačić and Andro Giunio

The module Perfect Peripheral led by David Maljković and Kate Sutton offers participants a practical grounding in the advantages and limitations of working from so-called peripheries. Perfect Peripheral puts an emphasis on agility and adaptation, challenging students to develop a mastery over the spaces of production and display, using limited resources and infrastructure. In a dialogue with Maljković and Sutton in February 2020 the participants produced posters that in a clandestine way inserted their presence and problematized a number of topics such as artistic visibility, memories, communication, and status of public space. 


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3/2/2020
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Poster action Perfect Peripheral
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ACTION
FEBRUARY 2020
STREETS OF ZAGREB

Vlad Brăteanu, Dante Buu, Tin Dožić, Bianca Hisse, Neža Knez, Jolanta Nowaczyk, Gaisha Madanova, Ekaterina Muromtseva, María Luisa Sanín Peña and Ivana Tkalčić in dialogue with David Maljković and Kate Sutton
Collaborators: Ana Kovačić and Andro Giunio

The module Perfect Peripheral led by David Maljković and Kate Sutton offers participants a practical grounding in the advantages and limitations of working from so-called peripheries. Perfect Peripheral puts an emphasis on agility and adaptation, challenging students to develop a mastery over the spaces of production and display, using limited resources and infrastructure. In a dialogue with Maljković and Sutton in February 2020 the participants produced posters that in a clandestine way inserted their presence and problematized a number of topics such as artistic visibility, memories, communication, and status of public space. 


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Poster action Perfect Peripheral

Vlad Brăteanu, Dante Buu, Tin Dožić, Bianca Hisse, Neža Knez, Gaisha Madanova, Ekaterina Muromtseva, María Luisa Sanín Peña, Ivana Tkalčić