RISK CHANGE, International project,
Creative Europe | Culture Sub-programme (2014-2020)

2016 - 2020.

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RISK CHANGE, International project, Creative Europe | Culture Sub-programme (2014-2020)



Time and place:
Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Dunavska 37, Novi Sad

Project duration:
June 1, 2016 - June 1, 2020



Association for Culture and Education
Maribor, Slovenia

Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange
Budapest, Hungary

Foundation for the Promotion of Social Inclusion in Malta
Žejtun, Malta

Muzej moderne i suvremene umjetnosti
Rijeka, Croatia

Muzej savremene umetnosti Vojvodine
Novi Sad, Serbia

The Center for New Media Culture
Riga, Latvia

Location based mobile apps
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Arts et Cultures Numériques
Marseille, France

The Mighty Creatives
Leicester, United Kingdom

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Athens, Greece


Brief project description:

Risk Change is a project exploring socio-political pressures conditioned by population mobility, change in the place of residence, migration, exile, etc, through interdisciplinary and intercultural approach. The main focus will be placed on the media and post-media art practices associating global social problems with art and science.

The project's goal includes realization of concrete results: art residences, new/inovative models, conferences, symposia, workshops, open laboratories, exhibitions, study visits, web platform, mobile phone application, new cultural networks, publications, etc.

The project is divided into several parts: project management, research, production, creating new audience and education, communication and dissemination, as well as project sustainability and utilization of its results in further research.

As partner-leader in the area of production, Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina will in large part be in charge of artistic value of the project, production of artwork, organization of various exhibitions, selection of artists included in residential programs, etc. The Museum will, for the duration of the project, organize 8 individual exhibitions (2 annually), 3 large group international exhibitions (1 annually), 8 round-table discussions, 3 symposia, 15 workshops, and host as well as provide a place for work for over 10 artists who will reside in Novi Sad through residential program, etc.

A particular segment of the project represents a group of 8 experts (Expert Commission Risk Change), who will be involved in the area of contemporary art and its relation to multicultural communities and migrations. For the duration of the project, experts will continually follow project activities and project development, and, through their research, theoretical knowledge, essays, and articles, influence its further course. This group will include Ghislaine Boddington, curator and lecturer from London (Great Britain), Raphael Chikukwa, curator of the National Gallery from Harare (Zimbabwe), Dmitry Bulatov, curator and director of the National Center for Contemporary Art (Russia), Rasa Smite, one of the founders of E-LAB/RIXC, curator and researcher from Riga (Latvia), Barnabas Bencik, independant curator from Budapest (Hungary), Sabina Salamon, curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art from Rijeka (Croatia), Peter Tomaz Dobrila, independant artist and producer from Maribor (Slovenia), and Sanja Kojić Mladenov, curator and director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina from Novi Sad (Serbia).


Main project goals:

• Connecting with partners from Slovenia, Croatia, Greece, Malta, Holland, England, Latvia, France, Hungary, and Europe in general

• Reassessment and mapping of the causes and consequences of migrations in the context of social and cultural changes

• Realization of exhibitions, residential programs, expert symposia, lectures and workshops, production of artwork, promotion of contemporary art


Indicators (quantifiable parameters of the project):

8 individual exhibitions, 3 large group intenrational exhibitions, 8 round-table discussions, 3 symposia, 4 residential programs, 15 workshops, promotional material, Museum presence in the media, documented archives.


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