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Exhibition

OMP86.3 / Research project
Civil provision!
Fostering the intrinsic capacity of informal demands and mobilising the application of the social opportune: exploring subjects predicating relational property.

The fourth exhibition of the A.C.T. DEMOC(K)RACY project, which focuses on a bottom-up awareness of European democracy through actual cultural exchange, fostering awareness and relations by a combination of international residencies and exchanges of students and tutors, by seminars that stimulate thinking and acting and by exhibitions which open up sensibilities.

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Where
Cultural Centre of Belgrade, Art gallery,
Knez Mihalova 6, Belgrade.

When
March 6th, 6 PM
Exhibition running until March 29th

With
Keynote text Dubravka Sekulić
informal mappers Jozua Zaagman and Francois Lombarts i.c.w. Roland de Boer 
graphic design Gabriela Baka
Artworks in public space Paul Segers, Matthijs Bosman and Jeroen Doorenweerd
spatial designer Anthony Kleinepier
brought together by Freek Lomme
coordinated by Zorana Djakovic and Freek Lomme

Civil provision! stimulates the desire of people for exchange and production at Belgrade coldspots (rather than hotspots) through the heart-warming power of the artistic imagination. Rather than showing productions in a gallery space, the artistic services will give rise to provisions in the streets of Belgrade, providing transcending and poetic opportunities to the people’s public wishes.

The gallery space is used as a command centre during production and will become an information centre for the duration of the show. At the opening of the exhibition the artists will officially hand over the authority over their work to the people. On site, artists and users will cut the ribbon to express the transfer symbolically. A newspaper will be produced to spread the information, motivation and opportunities the project produces and distributes.

The project therefore necessarily focuses on informal demands and social opportunities that remain hidden and, through this, hopes to give rise to artistic materialisations which infect the bottom-up awareness and foster actual provisions opening up for exchange and usage. Here, a locally situated exchange becomes the material basis of small economics in a wider immaterial field.

Effectively: writers will describe the Belgrade urban subject in general and relate this to wider currents, field workers will walk the streets in a quest for offbeat demands at public coldspots, the mappings will be condensed to focus on demands and to focus on sites, and in response artists will give rise to settings and modes for exchange. This will be captured in a newspaper and an exploratory exhibition in the former command centre.

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Made possible thanks to:
The European Cultural Foundation
The municipality of Eindhoven
All project partners! 

 

 


Publication

Civil Provision / Civilina Odredba
OMP86.3

Anthony Kleinepier, Dubravka Sekulić, Paul Segers, Matthijs Bosman, Jeroen Doorenweerd, Gabriela Baka Jozua Zaagman and Francois Lombarts
2014


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graphic Design by Gabriela Baka, photography by Nolwenn Salaun

graphic Design by Gabriela Baka, photography by Nolwenn Salaun

NEWSPAPER printed at the Onomatopee risograph by Gabriela Baka and nolwenn Salaun 


featuring: all material we had of the process running up to the exhibition 


ONLY AVAILABLE AS FREE DOWNLOAD HERE 

 

graphic design by Gabriela Baka








© Onomatopee 2011


Logo by Gabriela Baka
Logo by Gabriela Baka


overview
overview


Front: Anthony Kleinepier - diagram, back Francois Lombarts and Jozua Zaagman’s ’Open vulnerability’ mapping results.
Front: Anthony Kleinepier - diagram, back Francois Lombarts and Jozua Zaagman’s ’Open vulnerability’ mapping results.


Francois Lombarts and Jozua Zaagman’s ’Open vulnerability’ mapping results.
Francois Lombarts and Jozua Zaagman’s ’Open vulnerability’ mapping results.


Front: Anthony Kleinepier’s Diagram with specs on recycling in Serbia. Back: Jeroen Doorenweerd’s ’Trash Wrap’
Front: Anthony Kleinepier’s Diagram with specs on recycling in Serbia. Back: Jeroen Doorenweerd’s ’Trash Wrap’


First step Jeroen Doorenweerd: gathering raw materials for production and distribution.
First step Jeroen Doorenweerd: gathering raw materials for production and distribution.


Second step Jeroen Doorenweerd: start up assembly line.
Second step Jeroen Doorenweerd: start up assembly line.


Third step Jeroen Doorenweerd: assembling.
Third step Jeroen Doorenweerd: assembling.


Fourth step Jeroen Doorenweerd: distribution.
Fourth step Jeroen Doorenweerd: distribution.


Fifth step Jeroen Doorenweerd: delivery.
Fifth step Jeroen Doorenweerd: delivery.


Fifth step Jeroen Doorenweerd: delivery.
Fifth step Jeroen Doorenweerd: delivery.


Fifth step Jeroen Doorenweerd: delivery.
Fifth step Jeroen Doorenweerd: delivery.


Overview process ’Trash Wrap’ Jeroen Doorenweerd
Overview process ’Trash Wrap’ Jeroen Doorenweerd


Matthijs Bosman’s pitch ’Development of promising decay’
Matthijs Bosman’s pitch ’Development of promising decay’


’The unfinishing (of Belgrade)’ by Matthijs Bosman
’The unfinishing (of Belgrade)’ by Matthijs Bosman


’The unfinishing (of Belgrade)’ by Matthijs Bosman
’The unfinishing (of Belgrade)’ by Matthijs Bosman


before promoting
before promoting


after promoting
after promoting


Promo Matthijs Bosman
Promo Matthijs Bosman


Powerpoint presentation ’The unfinishing (of Belgrade)’ by Matthijs Bosman
Powerpoint presentation ’The unfinishing (of Belgrade)’ by Matthijs Bosman


Entrance to the exhibition
Entrance to the exhibition


View on Paul Segers’ ’Another Time, Another Place’ next to diagram Anthony Kleinepier with specs on amount Roma inhabitants in Serbia.
View on Paul Segers’ ’Another Time, Another Place’ next to diagram Anthony Kleinepier with specs on amount Roma inhabitants in Serbia.


’Another Time, Another Place’, report by Paul Segers
’Another Time, Another Place’, report by Paul Segers


’Another Time, Another Place’ relic.
’Another Time, Another Place’ relic.


’Another Time, Another Place’ - Paul Segers
’Another Time, Another Place’ - Paul Segers


’Another Time, Another Place’ - Paul Segers
’Another Time, Another Place’ - Paul Segers


’Another Time, Another Place’ - Paul Segers
’Another Time, Another Place’ - Paul Segers


Exhibition view on work students of the residence - among others (incl. teachers), Dominique Abensour, Radoš Antonijevic, Alexandra Constantinescu, Andrea Dramicanin, Susan El-Jarie, Camilia Filipov, Philippine Hoegen, Septimiu Jugrestan, Isabelle van Lie
Exhibition view on work students of the residence - among others (incl. teachers), Dominique Abensour, Radoš Antonijevic, Alexandra Constantinescu, Andrea Dramicanin, Susan El-Jarie, Camilia Filipov, Philippine Hoegen, Septimiu Jugrestan, Isabelle van Lie


Work students of the residence
Work students of the residence


Exhibition view on work students of the residence
Exhibition view on work students of the residence


Exhibition view front side
Exhibition view front side


Exhibition view back side
Exhibition view back side