Greg de Cuir Jr has organized programs at National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, Los Angeles Filmforum, Locarno Film Festival, Flaherty Film Seminar in New York, Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina in Novi Sad, Alternative Film Video in Belgrade, and other institutions. De Cuir is managing editor of the journal NECSUS and editor of the book series Eastern European Screen Cultures, both published by Amsterdam University Press. His writing has been commissioned by Centre Pompidou in Paris and Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, and featured in Cineaste, Jump Cut, Millennium Film Journal, Art Margins, and other publications.

Don't Believe in Subversion
a workshop led by Greg de Cuir Jr
December 5, 2018

This workshop examines the practical and theoretical concerns of exhibition development and realization. The focus will be the show Don't Believe in Subversion, organized by Miriam de Rosa and Greg de Cuir Jr in the main gallery at Cultural Center Studentski grad in Belgrade on the occasion of the festival Alternative Film / Video in 2017. Points of emphasis include concept formulation, research methods, cross-disciplinary tactics, and the politics of presentation. We will engage in close readings of texts and will also analyze selected moving image works during this session, and we will conclude with an open discussion on why we assemble works of art in certain ways and what the implications are for our practice as curators, as artists, and for the viewing public.

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