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Date: Thursday 23 April, 7 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Location: Teijin Auditorium, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Entrance: entrance fee to the museum + €2,50 Language: English Reservations: through http://bit.ly/1yK5oeZ
In the context of the exhibition Resolution 827 , currently on view at SMBA, a panel disuccion will be held in Stedelijk Museum this Thursday (23 April). This panel brings together artists, theorists, and curators to reflect upon artistic ways to deal with traumatic histories and their correlating visual imagery. What role could art play in resolving a traumatic conflict such as the one that led to the dissolution of Yugoslavia? From what position can artists speak about the (im)possibilities of finding such resolution?
Participants include: Damir Arsenijevic (De Montfort University, Leicester), Zoran Eric (MoCA, Belgrade), Jason File (artist and war crimes prosecutor), and Milica Tomic (artist, founding member of Grupa Spomenik / Monument Group and initiator of the project and Working Group “Four Faces of Omarska”). The discussion will be moderated by Arno van Roosmalen (Stroom Den Haag, See You in The Hague).
For more information & reservations visit http://bit.ly/1yK5oeZ