Hidden in the green mountains just outside of the Bosnian city of Konjic, frequented by tourists for hiking and rafting, a massive underground construction spreads over 6,500 square meters. Built in the years between 1953 and 1979 to house 350 military officials, the socialist leader of former Yugoslavia, and his wife in the then quite likely event of an atomic attack, the bunker (the official name was “D-0 ARK Underground”) is an unlikely place for housing what is today probably the most pivotal collection of contemporary art in Southeastern Europe.
Reflecting upon the post-communist process of transitioning to a democracy that considers neoliberal capitalism its ne plus ultra, Boris Buden observes an Eastern European political landscape inhabited entirely by “children incapable of democratically organizing their lives without the guidance of others”.
Aus der Publikation: „C/O Berlin Talents 32: Emanuel Mathias & Sabine Weier – Kunst, Freiheit, Lebensfreude“ / Kehrer-Verlag
Aus der Publikation „C/O Berlin Talents 32: Emanuel Mathias & Sabine Weier – Kunst, Freiheit, Lebensfreude” / Kehrer-Verlag 2015
Strajk – Künstlerische Fotografien und Amateuraufnahmen aus dem Archiv des Europäischen Solidarność-Zentrums in Danzig
Beitrag zur Ausstellung „Strajk“ (siehe Projekte)