On Friday, 6 November, between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. come visit the From the Citizens to Their City booth in front of Zara, opposite the city clock, in Korzo, and start your epidemiologically safe audio tour with Katerina Duda. On this tour, through the art project Rijeka: The Yearbook of Movement and with numerous historical references on Rijeka Korzo, she will confront you with the differences between reality and last year’s projections.
On 12 and 13 December, on a stall in Jadran Square in Rijeka, Duda will present passers-by with Rijeka tourism in figures, using the Korzo area as a background for data visualisation. Statistical Yearbook will tell us if tourism in Rijeka is on the rise, which services are used to advertise private accommodation and what proportion of advertising relies on Airbnb.
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.
In the fourth edition of Knowledge Exchange, From the Citizens to Their City will host curator Jelena Pašić and artist Matija Kralj. Together they will present the Cultural Elevator, the project that took place in a residential building of Zagreb’s neighborhood Segečica, whose aim was to introduce contents of art and contents about art into the context of everyday life.
From the Citizens to Their City announces an open call for production of artworks that will be carried out in collaboration with the community of Sušak neighborhood in Rijeka (see map, and the topic is Invisible Barriers – Visible Shifts.The selected works will be created in the period from April to November 2018, and they will be presented in November as part of the second edition of Think Community festival.