• 'The way between Prishtina and Belgrade has 28000 un-proper build objects. So,...
'The way between Prishtina and Belgrade has 28000 un-proper build objects. So,...

Presentation of the publication 'The way between Prishtina and Belgrade has 28000 un-proper build objects. So, never it will be an autobahn!', edited by Albert Heta and Vala Osmani.

Public reading of texts: 'What is to be done with Kosova?' by Agon Hamza and 'Speculative Provisionality' by Albert Heta.

Friday 21 November 2008, 17:30hrs.
Venue: Bookshop Labirint
10000 Prishtine, Republika e Kosoves

'The way between Prishtina and Belgrade has 28000 un-proper build objects. So, never it will be an autobahn!' includes: transcripts from the seminar 'Cultural Policies as Crises Management?' designed as a challenge not only to the Kosovar cultural, political scene but also to the European intellectuals to help them see the political process in Kosova as a European process that concerns not only politics and politicians but also thinkers and culture workers in Europe; and texts.

Future Europe is being designed in Kosova.

This event was designed to push the art scene away for the non-articulative mode of functioning and away from a mode that prefers and promotes artist without any position even when working in the extremely politically charged context.

In the wider context this event and this publication includes geographies and cities in Europe with contributions by selected individual with potential to reshape the contemporary thought.

Transcripts of the presentations by Andrea Hummer, Albert Heta, Boris Buden,Mehmet Behluli, Shkelzen Maliqi, Petrit Selimi, Besnik Pula, Borka Pavicevic, Branimir Stojanovic, Prelom Collective, Marion Hamm, Erden Kosova, Maritta Muukkonen, Milica Tomic,
and texts form 2006 to 2008 by Boris Buden, Branimir Stojanovic, Erden Kosova, Maritta Muukkonen, Despina Zefkili, Nita Luci, Besnik Pula, Agon Hamza and Albert Heta - marking a time and a process in Kosova, Serbia and other European realities.

These are individual perspective on Europe and Kosova, on countries, issues, cultural policies and challenges encountered, And Serbia.

The publication 'The way between Prishtina and Belgrade has 28000 un-proper build objects. So, never it will be an autobahn!' is the product of the seminar 'Cultural Policies as Crisis Management?', project by Stacion - Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina in collaboration with eipcp, Vienna in the framework of the project Translate Beyond Culture: The Politics of Translation.

"Cultural Policies as Crisis Management?" is supported by European Cultural Foundation, eipcp, Vienna, Swiss Office Prishtina, Kosova Foundation for Open Society, DZG and Raster.

'The way between Prishtina and Belgrade has 28000 un-proper build objects. So, never it will be an autobahn!', edited by Albert Heta and Vala Osmani.
Publisher: Stacion - Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina.
Size: 110x178 mm
Pages: 272
Designed in Kosova by DZG
Printed in Kosova by Raster

ISBN 978-9951-543-00-2