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Vesna Vuković

Vesna Vuković is a curator and researcher, member of Zagreb-based collective [BLOK],and free lance translator and author. From 2007-2011 associate and periodic lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts Zagreb and from 2012 at the Art Academy in Split . She regulary collaborate at Croatian Radio 3, where she from 2013 co-edits the programme “Stvarnost prostora”, which deals with the social processes that produce the city space, beyond its building.

Projects and exhibitions, as curator: UrbanFestival, an annual series of interventions in public spaces, Zagreb, 2001–2009; Milk, communication project with Kristina Leko, 2003; Invisible Zagreb, Gallery Nova, Zagreb, 2005; Re-Collecting the City – Re-Collecting the Time, Gallery Nova, Zagreb, 2006; If you meet them on the streets, join…, series of interventions in public spaces, Zagreb, 2008; Money etc, Gallery Miroslav Kraljević, Zagreb, 2010; Yesterday Tomorrow, Gallery Nova, 2012.

Publications, as editor: Save as…city.doc, Frakcija magazine 30/31, 2004; Politics of Space, UrbanFestival catalogue, 2006; Operation:City – manual for living in neo-liberal reality, 2008, How we regret…, UrbanFestival catalogue, 2008, Removed from the Crowd. Unexpected Encounters I, 2011; Micropolitics: Notebook, 2011.

Vukovic’s work is dedicated to the art in public space and its relation to the politics of public domain. Her curatorial practice explores inbetween-spaces of generation, production and representation of contemporary art, as a form of expanded exhibition, as well as spatial organization of the public sphere. As researcher she delves into the status of curator within art in public space, possibilities and limitations of this specific curatorial practice.