Petra Kelemen participates in an artistic urban platform Actopolis

Petra Kelemen collaborated with the artist Tonka Maleković in her project „Spaces Between (Living) Places“ as  part of Actopolis project.

ACTOPOLIS is a call to action and to co-author the city – across disciplines, national boundaries and cultural differences. Artists, urbanists and activists from Athens, Belgrade, Bucharest, Ankara/Mardin, Oberhausen, Sarajevo and Zagreb joined forces in a three-year transnational production lab to focus awareness on current urban issues, initiate new dialogues and to transform places into playgrounds of what is possible. Throughout 2017 a touring exhibition will stop in eleven cities, providing a space for project presentations, discussions and local additions.

Zagreb hosted an exhibition (June 2017) of 45 individual projects which are parts of the Actopolis. Petra Kelemen also participated in a discussion on contemporary migrations, together with Antonijo Grgić, Matija Kralj and the curator Ana Dana Beroš (June 10th at Studentski centar, Zagreb)

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  • Project is supported by Croatian Science Foundation
  • Project leading institution: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research, Zagreb
  • Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology
  • Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Department of Geography