Prof. Dr. Suzana Milevska is a visual culture theorist and curator from Macedonia. Her research and curatorial projects focus on the postcolonial critique of hegemonic power regimes of the representation of various marginalised communities in South Eastern Europe and include feminist, participatory and collaborative artistic practices. She taught at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Skopje (2010-2012) and lectured at The Chicago School of Art Institute, Columbia University, Goldsmiths College, Oxford University, KIASMA-Helsinki, MUMOK-Vienna, TATE Modern-London, Moderna Museet-Stockholm, etc. She initiated the Centre for Visual and Cultural Research (2006-2008, Euro-Balkan Institute, Skopje) and the project Call the Witness (BAK, Utrecht and 54 Venice Biennale, 2011). Milevska holds a PhD in visual culture from Goldsmiths College London. Currently Milevska is the Principle Researcher at Politecnico di Milano in TRACES (Horizon 2020 project).
03.10 - 07.10.2016
Seminar and tutorials
Discussion of Suzana Milevska (MK) with a philosopher, critic and curator Fedor Blaščák (SK)
04.10.2016 / 17:00 / Berlinka – SNG / Public lecture
Remembrance, Amnesia and False Memories
Svetlana Boym, Tatlin, or Ruinophilia, Cabinet 28 (Winter 2007–08).
Suzana Milevska, Ágalma: The ‘Objet Petit a,’ Alexander the Great, and Other Excesses of Skopje 2014, e-flux journal no. 57, 2014.
Robert Smitson, A Tour of the Monuments of Passaic New Jersey, Monoscop, (Originally published as The Monuments of Passaic in Artforum 1967).
The project was supported by the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic as part of the program KEGA (no.005VŠVU-4/2016).