With an exhibition inspired by a collection of spelling books the well-known writer also introduces herself as an artist in a different genre to the wider public.
POSTPONED! 3rd shift - Milijana Babić (HR) and Centre for Women’s Studies at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Rijeka
Multimedia exhibition: work and a woman’s appearance.
An international group exhibition which deals with the invisible economics linked to the sea. With their works world-respected artists deal with unusual and radical phenomena, from strange online shops to the empires of amateur pornography and other golden coasts.
An exhibition created as a result of a joint investigation by architects, scientists, hackers and artists shows how forgotten research from 1971 which with Rijeka represents a predecessor of the idea of the Anthropocene can be applied as a tool for the prediction of the future of work and production in a space.
The exhibition whose curator is a computer algorithm raises the extremely topical questions about the relationship between humans and machines.
An exhibition about the critique of work from the perspective of workers from the field of the so-called creative industries. Do they have the possibility of refusing work?
Interactive robotic installation that behaves just like a living being and reacts to visitors.
An interactive and multichannel video installation which examines the theme of the future of work and business, imagining what a desirable post-work world might look like. The emphasis is not on imagining some distant future, but on an alternative present which is based on that which is already possible today.
In the form of an audiovisual installation, the exhibition deals with questions of how algorithms automatise people’s work and what is revealed when errors occur in algorithmic automated systems, such as postal systems.
An exhibition and discussions dedicated to the today often criminalised practices of “care”, the caring for one another, and “piracy” as an act of guardianship in the digital domain.
For this occasion this exhibition installation is composed of a devised card game of Open Ports – a game of invocation and the accompanying visual and textual materials with the help of which ports, connectivity and collaboration are spoken about.
Apparatuses of power. Antiquity. Idleness. Deindustrialisation. Social imagination. Aesthetics. Feminism. Film. Industry. Collapse. Inaction. Post-work. Solidarity. Tourism. Utopia. Through contemporary art.