Srđan Tunić

art historian, freelance curator, cultural manager and researcher

Naučno-fantastični Beograd (Beokon 2018.)

Beokon festival, dan 3 (nedelja, 04.11.2018.) u Domu Omladine Beograda 17:30 – Naučno-fantastični Beograd: Enki Bilal i Aleksa Gajić Kako Beograd zamišljaju autori (naučne) fantastike? Šta se promenilo, a šta … Continue reading

02/11/2018 · Leave a comment

“One Day You Will Miss Me” in Belgrade, by Julia Gaisbacher (Goethe Institut Belgrad, 2018)

Join us at Goethe-Institut Belgrade on Thu July 5th at 19:30h! The artist Julia Gaisbacher will present a series of images from her piece “One Day You Will Miss Me” … Continue reading

03/07/2018 · Leave a comment

Science Fiction Belgrade (Enki Bilal & Aleksa Gajić) + Belgrade Cooperative time travel story (text for Not Afraid of the Ruins, part 2) 2018

Science Fiction Belgrade Imagining different realities in the works of Enki Bilal and Aleksa Gajić June 18, 2018 by Srđan Tunić This essay is the second in a “mini-series” of … Continue reading

19/06/2018 · Leave a comment

Science fiction between utopia and critique (text for Not Afraid of the Ruins, part 1) 2018

Science fiction between utopia and critique On different perspectives used in science fiction narratives, situated knowledge, and how discontent is useful by Srđan Tunić This essay is the first in … Continue reading

12/06/2018 · Leave a comment

Klub Putnika: “Bantustan, Afrika, knjige, putovanja, pričanje priče i koferi koje uvek nosimo sa sobom”

Čitajući sjajan putopis “Bantustan” u izdanju Kluba Putnika, nešto je u meni proradilo, tačke se povezale, emocije i sećanja navrnuli napolje, i tako pričajući sam sa sobom kroz pisanje, odlučio … Continue reading

23/04/2018 · Leave a comment

“How does it work?” Cultural Networks Management (master thesis 2017)

Graduated (take #2), hope I’m a bit smarter… 🙂 You can download the thesis here. Key words: cultural networks, management, participation, Cultural Innovators Network. …   University of the Arts … Continue reading

29/11/2017 · 1 Comment

STAW BLGRD – Street Art Walks Belgrade project

Sometimes you meet people with whom you just can’t wait to work together. That opportunity came in autumn 2016 when Ljiljana Radošević and I decided to start a street art … Continue reading

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Memory Overproduction: Turbo Sculpture and the Bizarre Statues of Belgrade (Balkanist magazine, 2017)

A curious array of monuments have been cropping up all over Belgrade recently, with statues of Andy Warhol, a Stalinist poet from Kazakhstan, and a late dictator from Azerbaijan all already raised … Continue reading

06/09/2017 · Leave a comment

Muzej objekata – Devedesete kroz sećanje građana Srbije / Museum of Objects

Neobičan je osećaj videti predmet koji sam donirao Muzeju Objekata 2012. pre neki dan na postavci u Muzeju Jugoslavije. Osećaj da mi je drago i istovremeno podsećanje na ne tako … Continue reading

30/06/2017 · Leave a comment

Ukiyo-E between Pop Art and (Trans)cultural Appropriation: On the Art of Muhamed Kafedžić (Muha) 2017

I have the pleasure to announce that my article – unintentionally – is the first “Report from the Field” feature of Transcultural Studies journal (2017, no. 1), published by Heidelberg … Continue reading

30/01/2017 · Leave a comment

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