code flow timeline of past events... 2007

Dimitrina Sevova in Unbeschreiblich weiblichVideomedeja

2007-12-14 - 2007-12-16: Dimitrina Sevova's documentary art film "Unbeschreiblich weiblich", is featured at Videomedeja 2007 at the Museum of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, Serbia.

Aggression PostcardKunsthalle Winterthur: "Aggression"

2007-10-20 - 2007-12-04: Dimitrina Sevova is co-curating with Oliver Kielmayer the international group show "Aggression" at Kunsthalle Winterthur.

Dimitrina Sevova is also curating an exclusive program of lectures, screenings and discussions around the topic of "Aggression".

See also the Aggression newspaper (PDF, 449 KB).

Hot Topic: Front CoverHot Topic

2007-10-17: Just published: Hot Topic - Popfeminismus heute (popfeminism today), a reader edited by Sonja Eismann, on women between feminism and pop, precariat and bohemia. Featuring images from Dimitrina Sevova's project "Unbeschreiblich weiblich".

Exclusive Preview of art:21 Season 4

art:21 Season 42007-10-03, 18h30: Screening at F+F School of Art and Media Design, Flurstrasse 89, Zurich, organized by code flow and F+F School.

Episode "Romance": Laurie Simmons, Lari Pittman, Judy Pfaff, Pierre Huyghe
Episode "Protest": Nancy Spero, An-My Lê, Alfredo Jaar, Jenny Holzer

whitmanShedhalle, Zürich: "Lost & Found"

2007-05-11 - 2007-07-15: Dimitrina Sevova's newest project, "Unbeschreiblich weiblich", premieres at the "Lost & Found" show at Shedhalle, Zürich, curated by Alice Cantaluppi, Isabel Reiss, Anna Voswinckel. "Unbeschreiblich weiblich" consists of a documentary film with interviews, photographs from the artist's personal archive, objects and text, and is dedicated to the reflection on how women and other characters in the alternative local scene in Sofia, Bulgaria, deal with pop culture.

art marginsCuratorship, Culture and the Public: Curatorial Practice in the Post-Soviet Age (Part I & Part II)

by Allan Siegel

2007-01-17 & 2007-05-08: In an e-mail interview by Allan Siegel, Dimitrina Sevova and other curators give their view on the conditions of curating in an East European context in the post-Soviet age.

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