December 29, 2010
December 03, 2010
November 12, 2010
Exhibition in Portland
Zoran Poposki's project BY WAY OF INTRODUCTION is a food installation and happening aimed at collective participation and focuses on creating dialogue between individuals from different cultural backgrounds through food, web applications for communication, and music.
October 25, 2010
NYC - Screening at 30 ft x 16.5 ft
OthersToSpecify will be presented on October 25th, 5-9 pm at BIG SCREEN PROJECT, 6th Avenue and 29th Street in New York, with reception starting at 7 pm.
An interactive screening of 100 jury-selected videos will be held November 2nd, 12-10 pm, and November 3rd, 11-7 pm; with a roundtable discussion on November 2nd at 7 pm, at WHITE BOX in NYC.
The Big Screen Project is an innovative presentation model for video, film, live and interactive content. It consists of a large 30 ft. x 16.5 ft. HD Format LED screen located at the 10,000 sq. ft. public plaza behind a new 54-story multi-use building on Sixth Avenue between 29th and 30th Street in New York City. The vision is to expose the general public to fresh cultural content and to raise awareness for inspirational aims on subjects ranging from the ecological to the humanitarian.
October 06, 2010
September 22, 2010
At the City Art Museum in Ljubljana
September 02, 2010
Cultural Space and Identity in a Post-Socialist Context
The interdisciplinary conference Cultural Space and Identity in a Post-Socialist Context inquires about the impact of social changes in post-socialist societies since the 1980s on theatre, cinema, contemporary art and new media. In particular, the conference seeks to explore such questions as: How have cultural space, identity and national iconography been reconfigured in post-socialist societies? What common patterns of change, if any, can be identified in post-socialist theatre and/or contemporary art and new media? How is cultural memory being performed in post-socialist societies? What are the implications of globalization and international (global) markets for contemporary art, theatre, etc., in post-socialist societies?
The conference is organized in conjunction with STEP - Project on European Theatre Systems.
August 10, 2010
July 28, 2010
Spaces In Between
Zoran Poposki is featured in the exhibition "Spaces in Between: An International Exhibition from the Transart Collective" at ConcentArt in Berlin, Germany, opening on August 1, 2010.
The exhibition focuses on the individual perception of liminal spaces (be it physical, psychological, spiritual, sociological, or political), as a demarcation point or a threshold to be crossed, as a space marked by indeterminacy, openness and ambiguity, by mobility, transition, or even disorientation.
The exhibition brings together the work of more than 20 artists from the UK, Malta, USA, Israel, Canada, Egypt, Austria, Macedonia, and the Philippines.
July 23, 2010
City Tour 2000-2010
The tour of the new icons of the urban cultural landscape is set out against a background of massive economic and social transformation of public space in this post-socialist city, resulting in an increased need for interpretation of this new topography of meaning.
Photo documentation of the tour can be seen here.
July 11, 2010
Portrait of the Artist as a Cultural Worker
Straight from artist Zoran Poposki's living room, and co-produced by curator Goran Gjorgievski, comes the latest performance in urban public space in Skopje, entitled "Portrait of the Artist as a Cultural Worker".
Poposki's performance is realized as part of "Curatorial Workshop", a project by Goran Gjorgievski, curator at the National Gallery of Macedonia - Mala Stanica. Curatorial Workshop is conceived as a project where the curator is photographed with the artist in the context of his/her work.
July 02, 2010
Zoran Poposki is featured in the 3rd international videoart festival PROYECTOR 2010, a the Espacio Menosuno in Madrid, Spain, on 9 July 2010. Curated by Mario Gutierrez Cru, the 2010 PROJECTOR festival's intention is to present a small but varied sample of national and international video art, by inviting several curators to present their latest projects and organizing a cycle of round tables where the artists will also exhibit and discuss their work.
Poposki is represented with Different (video performance, 2009), a work that explores the limits of identity and difference.
The selection for the festival was made by Ivana Vaseva and Jovanka Popova, as part of the DVD-Project, an international project for videoart organized by Stichting Idee-fixe (Holland) with the aim to show emergent and experiental videoart and to create a democratic and accessible platform mostly for young artists.
May 26, 2010
At the National Gallery of Macedonia
This public debate is part of the Forum Skopje 2010.
May 07, 2010
At the City Museum in Skopje
April 30, 2010
ZWISCHENRAUM für Kunst & Migration
Through video, performance, digital prints and objects, the Border Project explores the personal experiencing of borders (psychological, geographic, political, etc.) and their (im)permeability and arbitrariness in a globalizing world.
Guided by Homi Bhabha's concept of a "third space", Galerie ZWISCHENRAUM für Kunst & Migration presents new perspectives and artistic and literary forms of communication and expressing that deal with key issues related to diversity and explain migration from its various aspects of cultural identity, cross-border mobility and creative self-positioning.
February 13, 2010
At the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje
The exhibition is curated by Tomur Atagok (Turkey).