Over de rol van kunst in een globaliserende samenleving

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Anastasija Pandilovska

Anastasija Pandilovska

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Anastasija Pandilovska (Skopje, 1991) is a visual and research artist whose practice embraces curating as part of her working method. Employing different mediums and formats she accentuates latent narratives whose significance influences how we give meanings and relate to our surroundings. As a researcher at LAPS, Research Institute for Art and Public Space, she explores the potential of ‘publicness’ as a process and a practice that embraces conflict, in which both public space and
cultural heritage manifest themselves as articulated constructs. Since 2018, she has been a co-curator at Suns and Stars, where, together with curator Marjoca de Greef, through a series of consecutive projects, developed through open-ended research, they explore relational artistic and curatorial practices.


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