Boris Kostadinov is an independent art critic and curator - lives and works in an international context between Vienna and Sofia. This year Kostadinov won the ICI open call (in partnership with works.io) for a curatorial residency in Budapest. His research in Hungary led to a international exhibition project that currently is looking for participants via another open call by ICI. <br>We ask Kostadinov to give us some deeper insights into his curatorial practice but also about general criteria when it comes to professional reviewing of artist portfolios.
This month we had the opportunity to meet with Dejan Kaludjerović. The vienna based artist's work is mainly concerned with issues of responsibility and manipulation. In other words, the ways through how mass media, educational systems or family contexts, influence society. His work explores the centrality of the image in the Western society, the obsession of the society with violence, the structure and mechanisms of capitalism.
Throughout spring 2015, a series of conversations took place between artists Penelope Vlassopoulou, Leticia Lampert, Jaimini Patel and Bruno Lavos Marques and curator Ya'el Santopinto on the (re)presentation of architecture's volatile edges.
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