Living on a Border: Migration of Subversions – Western Balkan and Turkey
Ljubljana Conference Migration of subversions: Western Balkan and Turkey in November 2008 is thought to introduce the involved participants from the Western Balkan region and Turkey on one hand, through the exchange and conversations between themselves and with the leader of the project on the other.
Participants of the conference Living on a Border: Migration of Subversion were: Lev Kreft (SI), Lana Zdravković and Nenad Jelesijević / KITCH (SI), Damir Nikšić, (BA/SE), Suzana Milevska (MK), Vladan Jeremić and Rena Raedle (RS), Erden Kosova (TR), Flaka Haliti (Kosovo/DE), Zhivka Valiavicharska (BG/US), Hristina Ivanoska (MK), Antea Arizanović (RS/SI).
Project leader: Lana Zdravković
Project coworkers: Nenad Jelesijević, Suzana Milevska, Lev Kreft and Jasna Babić
The conference was organized by the Peace Institute – Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies, Ljubljana and of Art Production and Research Kitch, Ljubljana in cooperation with freelance curator Suzana Milevska, Skopje. Special thanks to SRC SASA, Ljubljana.
Abstracts and CVs of the participants:
Lev Kreft: Another Version of Subversion
Lana Zdravković, Nenad Jelesijević: Mutations of Borders in the Time of Permanent Waiting
Damir Nikšić: Fourth World Identity and the European “Nation of Islam”
Suzana Milevska: “Not Quite Bare Life”
Rena Rädle, Vladan Jeremić: “We don’t have anything against the Roma”
Erden Kosova: Double Trouble
Flaka Haliti: Our Death, Others’ Dinner
Zhivka Valiavicharska: Socialist Subjects, Post-socialist Cultural Conditions, and Neoliberal Development in Bulgaria
Hristina Ivanoska: In a Time of Danger: Personal Notes on Survival
Antea Arizanović: Looking for a New Identity