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Svečano zatvaranje dvogodišnjeg EU projekta Smuggling Anthologies uz prezentaciju završne publikacije projekta Smuggling Anthologies Reader.

utorak, 20. 1. 2015. U 18 sati, MMSU

Projekt Antologije krijumčarenja odvijao se tijekom dvije godine (2013.-2015.) kao kombinacija izložbi, simpozija, istraživanja i pratećih programa. Održavao se sukcesivno, u Muzeju moderne i suvremene umjetnosti, Rijeka, Mestnom muzeju Idrija, i Trieste Contemporanea.

Četrdesetak umjetnika, povjesničara, etnologa i arhitekata bavilo se krijumčarenjem kao jednom od glavnih ekonomskih metoda preživljavanja u svijetu, s naglaskom na tradiciji ove nelegalne ekonomije na sjecištu mediteransko-alpske, slavenske i talijanske kulture.

Oslanjajući se na interdisciplinarni pristup temi, kroz tri bogato ilustrirana poglavlja, čitanka Antologije krijumčarenja predstavlja nekoliko temeljenih okosnica radova i teorijskih tekstova, uzimajući u obzir povijesni kontekst i pisane izvore, osobna svjedočanstva i umjetničku produkciju.

Knjigu će predstaviti glavna urednica publikacije, dr. sc. Ana Peraica, kustosice Sabina Salamon, Marija Terpin Mlinar, Giuliana Carbi, grafički dizajner publikacije Željko Serdarević te sudionici projekta, Anonymous i Can Sungu. Na predstavljanju će ujedno biti dodijeljena nagrada žirija za najbolji dokumentarni video projekta, a predstavljeni će biti i svi video radovi nastali u sklopu samog projekta.

Nakon predstavljanja publikacije pridružite nam se na druženju uz zakusku i izvedbu glazbenog performansa Marina Alvira.

Program:

18:00: prezentacija publikacije

18:30 predavanja:

  • Anonymous: Ilegalno i zabranjeno – ključ tabuizacije krijumčarenja
  • Can Sungu: Utjecaj krijumčarenja na novu kulturu videa u Turskoj

20:00 druženje uz zakusku i glazbeni performans riječkog glazbenika Marina Alvira

Čitanka Antologije krijumčarenja / Smuggling Anthologies Reader dostupna je za pregled i skidanje OVDJE.

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Official closing of the two-year EU project Smuggling Anthologies with the presentation of the final publication Smuggling Anthologies Reader.

Tuesday, 20/1/2015, at 6 p.m., MMSU

Project Smuggling Anthologies, a combination of exhibitions, symposiums, researches and other accompanying programs, took place in Museum of Modern Art, Rijeka, Municipal Museum, Idrija and Trieste Contemporanea, Trieste and had lasted for two years (2013 – 2015).

Around forty artists, historians, ethnologists and architects engaged in the theme of smuggling, which is one of the main economic methods of survival in the world. Participants were focusing on the said illegal economy tradition on the Mediterranean-alpine crossroads between Slavic and Italian cultures.

Smuggling Anthologies Reader presents some of the basic works and theoretical texts, respecting historical context, personal testimonies, artistic production and interdisciplinary approach through three richly illustrated chapters.

Publication will be presented by editor in chief dr. sc Ana Peraica, curators Sabina Salamon, Marija Terpin Mlinar,  Giuliana Carbi, graphic designer of the publication Željko Serdarević and project participants Anonymous and Can Sungu.  Award for the best documentary film of the project will be awarded at the presentation with other documentary films made for the project presented also.

After the presentation, please join us for the musical perfomance by Marin Alvir with refreshments to follow.

Program:

18:00: presentation of the publication

18:30 lectures:

Anonymous: Illegal and forbidden – key to tabooing of smuggling

Can Sungu: Effect of smuggling on the new video culture in Turkey 

20:00 musical performance by Marin Alvir and refreshments

Smuggling Anthologies Reader available HERE.


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Melita Richter (I): Sjećanja iz života sa/preko granice / Memories of Living with/beyond the Border

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Liz Glynn (USA) – Anonymous Needs and Desires (Gaza/Giza), 2012. | Los Angeles, skype veza.

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Gia Edzgveradze (GE) – The Great Return, 2014.

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Gia Edzgveradze (GE) – The Great Return, 2014.

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Cristiano Berti (I) – Iye Omoge , 2005 – 2006.

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Tomislav Brajnović (HR) – Opel Kadett, 2013.

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Tomislav Brajnović (HR) – Opel Kadett, 2013.

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Michele Tajariol / Denise Zani (I) – FalseBottom, 2013.

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Michele Tajariol / Denise Zani (I) – FalseBottom, 2013.

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Michele Tajariol / Denise Zani (I) – FalseBottom, 2013.

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Marco Cechet (I)– Big Lie (t)To Interail, 2013.

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Marija Mitrović (I) – Krijumčarenje kao književna tema / Smuggling as a literary topic

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Tanja Žigon (SLO) – Kontrabanditi, razbojnici, krijumčari? Izvještaji o krijumčarima i terminološki problemi slovenskih izdavača sa širenjem nove ”profesije” uz rapalsku granicu / Contrabandists, Racketeers or Smugglers? Reports on Smugglers and the Terminological  Difficulties of Slovenian Editors with the Growth of  a New “Profession” along the Rapallo Border

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Ana Peraica (HR) – Krijumčarenje u umjetnosti i kulturi / Smuggling in Arts and Culture

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Božo Repe (SLO) – Talijansko-jugoslavenska granica nakon drugog svjetskog rata: prelasci, ”shopping” krijumčarenje / Italian-Yugoslav border after the Second World War: crossings, shopping smuggling

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Federico Costantini (I) – “Pretty Good Privacy”: krijumčarenje u doba informacija / “Pretty Good Privacy”: smuggling in the “Information Age”

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Federico Costantini (I) – “Pretty Good Privacy”: krijumčarenje u doba informacija / “Pretty Good Privacy”: smuggling in the “Information Age”

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Photos by A. Saška Mutić


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Otvorenje: petak, 7. 11. u 19:00
Trieste Contemporanea/Studio Tommaseo
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Na izložbi u Trstu svojem radovima će se predstaviti slijedeći umjetnici:
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Uz navedene umjetnike prikazivat će se i izbor video radova europskih umjetnika na temu krijumčarenja. Premjerno će se prikazati film Blue Black Jeans koji govori o velikom fenomenu kupovanja traperica u Trstu krajem šestdesetih i tijekom sedamdesetih godina. U to je vrijeme taj komad odjeće / simbol Zapada ilegalno prelazio željeznu zavjesu šireći se sve do Moskve i prijestolnice Pokreta nesvrstanih, Beograda.
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Opening: Friday, 7/11/2014, 7 pm
Trieste Contemporanea/Studio Tommaseo
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The exhibition in Trieste will display the artworks of following artists
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There will also be a selection of video art works produced by European artists on the contraband displayed. The new documentary film Blue Black Jeans will also be presented for the first time. Film refers to the huge phenomenon of trade in jeans that began in Trieste at the end of the Sixties and lasted through the Seventies.  At the time, this garment/emblem of the West was illegally entering and spreading behind the Iron Curtain as far as Moscow, or up to the Non-Aligned Movement leader city of Belgrade. 

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Trst, Auditorium muzeja Revoltella, Via Diaz 27                                                                                                                                           Petak, 7. 11. 2014

10:15 – prijava

10:30 – uvodni pozdrav

Sabina Salamon, kustosica, MMSU
Giuliana Carbi,  ravnateljica, Trieste Contemporanea

10:40 – 12:30  – prvi dio

Federico Costantini (Sveučilište Udine) – “Pretty Good Privacy”: krijumčarenje u doba informacija
Bojan Mitrović (Sveučilište Trst) – Jugoslavija između komunizma i konzumerizma
Ana Peraica (istraživačica i kustosica, Split) – Krijumčarenje u umjetnosti i kulturi
Tanja Žigon (Sveučilište Ljubljana) – Kontrabanditi, razbojnici, krijumčari? Izvještaji o krijumčarima i terminološki problemi slovenskih izdavača sa širenjem nove ”profesije” uz rapalsku granicu
Marija Mitrović (Sveučilište Trst) – Krijumčarenje kao književna tema

12:30 – pauza za ručak

14:30 – 16:20 – drugi dio

Čuvaj Film!, režiser Antonio Peraica (Hrvatska, 1943-1945, 16mm, bez zvuka, 23’). | posebna projekcija.
Marco Cechet (umjetnik, Italija)– Big Lie (t)To Interail, 2013.
Michele Tajariol / Denise Zani (umjetnik / novinar, Italija) – FalseBottom, 2013.
Tomislav Brajnović (umjetnik, Hrvatska) – Opel Kadett, 2013.
Cristiano Berti (umjetnik, Italija) – Iye Omoge , 2005 – 2006.
Gia Edzgveradze (umjetnik, Gruzija) – The Great Return, 2014.
A Tribute to Soviet Underground Business Scene in Tallinn, by Soho Fond (Estonia,2013,video,2’).
Liz Glynn (umjetnica, SAD) – Anonymous Needs and Desires (Gaza/Giza), 2012. | Los Angeles, skype veza.

16:20 – pauza za kavu

16:40 – 18:30 – treći dio

Božo Repe (Sveučilište Ljubljana) – Talijansko-jugoslavenska granica nakon drugog svjetskog rata: prelasci, ”shopping” krijumčarenje
Melita Richter (Sveučilište Trst) – Sjecanja iz života sa/preko granice
Tomaž Pavšič i Franc Trček u dijalogu
Blue and Black Jeans, režiser Alessio Bozzer (Italija, 2013, video, 22’). | premjerna projekcija.

Trieste, Museo Revoltella Auditorium, via Diaz 27
Friday, November 7th, 2014

10.15  registration
10.30  welcome and opening addresses

Sabina Salamon, curator, MMSU Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka
Giuliana Carbi,  president, Trieste Contemporanea

10.40 – 12.30 am
first session

Federico Costantini (University of Udine) – “Pretty Good Privacy”: smuggling in the “Information Age”
Bojan Mitrović (University of Trieste) – Yugoslavia between Communism and Consumerism
Ana Peraica (researcher and art curator, Split) – Smuggling in Arts and Culture
Tanja Žigon (University of Ljubljana) – Contrabandists, Racketeers or Smugglers? Reports on Smugglers and the Terminological  Difficulties of Slovenian Editors with the Growth of  a New “Profession” along the Rapallo Border
Marija Mitrović (University of Trieste) – Smuggling as a literary topic

12.30
lunch break

2.30 – 4.20 pm
second session

Čuvaj Film! (save the film!), director Antonio Peraica (Croatia, 1943-1945, 16mm, silent, 23’). | special screening.
Marco Cechet (artist, Italy)– Big Lie (t)To Interail, 2013.
Michele Tajariol / Denise Zani (artist / journalist, Italy) – FalseBottom, 2013.
Tomislav Brajnović (artist, Croatia) – Opel Kadett, 2013.
Cristiano Berti (artist, Italy) – Iye Omoge , 2005 – 2006.
Gia Edzgveradze (artist, Georgia) – The Great Return, 2014.
A Tribute to Soviet Underground Business Scene in Tallinn, by Soho Fond(Estonia,2013,video,2’).
Liz Glynn (artist, USA) – Anonymous Needs and Desires (Gaza/Giza), 2012. | Los Angeles, skype connection.

4.20 pm coffee break

4.40 – 6.30 pm
third session

Božo Repe (University of Ljubljana) – Italian-Yugoslav border after the Second World War: crossings, shopping smuggling
Melita Richter (University of Trieste) – Memories of Living with/beyond the Border
Tomaž Pavšič and Franc Trček in dialogue
Blue and Black Jeans, director Alessio Bozzer (Italy, 2013, video, 22’). | première screening.


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Izložba – 7. 11. > 17. 12. 2014. 

Simpozij – 7. 11. 2014.

Događanja predstavljaju završni dio međunarodnog projekta Antologije krijumčarenja, dvogodišnjeg projekta u organizaciji Muzeja moderne i suvremene umjetnosti iz Rijeke (Hrvatska), Gradskog muzeja Idrija (Slovenija) te Galerije suvremene umjetnosti u Trstu (Italija). Projekt je sufinanciran od strane Kulturnih programa Europske unije.

Krijumčarenje se oduvijek nalazilo tik ispod površine administrativnih i političkih karti svijeta. Zempljopisno područje kojim se ovaj projekt bavi obuhvaća dijelove Istre, slovenske obale, trščanskog zaljeva te tzv. rapalske granice. Na to područje te granice na tom području su kroz stoljeca utjecali ratovi, promjene nastale raznim pograničnim dogovorima između zemalja te one kompleksnije promjene i odnosi karakteristični za taj kraj, more-kopno, Jugoslavija-Italija, socijalizam-kapitalizam.

Exhibition – 7/11 – 17/12/2014

Symposium – 7/11/2014 

The initiative is the concluding part of SMUGGLING ANTHOLOGIES, a two-year project conceived and organised by the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka (Croatia), the Idrija Municipal Museum (Slovenia) and the Trieste Contemporanea Committee (Italy).
The project is realised with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union.

The theme of smuggling is always a subsurface part on the administrative and political maps of the planet, which change constantly.  The geographical area identified by the organizers of Rijeka, Idrija and Trieste for Smuggling Anthologies covers the areas of Istria, the so-called Rapallo border, the Slovenian coast, the Gulf of Trieste and the various borders therein in the twentieth century. The scenarios both of the national boundaries moved by the wars and of the changes which gradually occurred in customs agreements between countries, but especially those of the most complex relationships sea-continent, Yugoslavia and Italy, socialism-capitalism,  strongly influenced these lands. 

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