Come get your copy of GSG Magazine on Friday, 4 October 2019 at 8 pm at Booksa, Zagreb. See what’s in the first and second issues of the magazine and learn more about a Rijeka-based art organization From Citizens to Their City. Support the workers’ struggle with T-shirts made by KURS association. GSG Magazine for […]
On Thursday 13 June at 19:00 there will be a presentation of the Slovenian artist Maja Hodošček in a dialogue with the art historian Irena Borić. Along with the talk and video screening in the From the Citizens to Their City’s premises in Križanićeva 6a, there will also be the promotion of the Second Issue of the GSG Magazine for Contemporary Art and Social Issues of From the Citizens to Their City Initiative that focuses on artistic and non-artistic practices aimed at developing social cohesion and strengthening disadvantaged communities.
As part of the 3rd international festival of queer and feminist culture Smoqua* which takes place in Rijeka, from 23 to 25 May, art organization From the Citizens to Their City presents the performances by Vlasta Delimar and Boryana Rossa, artists who examine the concepts of ‘norm’, ‘normality’, ‘normativity’ – the themes of this year’s festival.
Thinking Community 2018, the event organized by GSG for the second year in a row, explores the topics of togetherness in specific contexts and the ways to empower togetherness by means of art, social engagement and activism. The event promotes art as an instrument of preservation and positive transformation of communities, encouraging the citizens’ and the youth’s active engagement; it draws attention to the importance of preserving community spaces and spreads the idea of citizen participation in general.
GSG Magazine for Contemporary Art and Social Questions of the From the Citizens to Their City Initiative, will be presented on June 12, at 19:00 in Križanićeva 6a. The magazine will be issued twice a year, in spring and autumn. The first issue, dedicated to queer and feminist topics, was created from the contributions of the organizers of the Smoqua festival — the first regional queer and feminist festival held in Rijeka*. To continue the dialogue in-between the festival preparations we invited Lori, Pariter and the Center for Women’s studies to reflect on queer and feminism from their respective fields and interests.
n the scope of the second edition of queer and feminist festival Smoqua, launched by LORI Association in 2017, which this year takes place from May 17 to May 19 and deals with the topic “Pride and Prejudice”, GSG initiative is holding several events.
We are going to present the works of New York-based gender-queer artist Kris Grey and the Brazilian transdisciplinary artist Mavi Veloso, who is currently living in Holland, and learn more about their artistic-activist engagement in a talk with Zvonimir Dobrović, the director of Queer Zagreb. Our repertoire will also include the promotion of the first GSG publication that focuses on LGBTIQ and feminist issues, with textual and visual contributions of Smoqua’s collaborators. VoxFeminae.net team will presents the game “Fierce Women”, which introduces players to women who have made an outstanding contribution to society.
Join us on the 5th of April at 6pm in Križanićeva 6a on Andrei Siclodi’s presentation The Site of Inquiry: On Investigative Art Practices and Critical Knowledge Production within the Institutional Setting of a Precarious Residency organised by From the Citizens to their City.