Kalina Bunevska on 11 Dec 2000 14:40:44 -0000

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[Nettime-bold] Invitation

The Contemporary Art  Center - Skopje, Macedonia
The University of Dundee's Visual Research Centre
Skopje Museum of Contemporary Art

cordially invite you to attend the opening of the international exhibition


Skopje Museum of Contemporary Art
Wednesday, 13.12.2000, 8 PM

Names of participants:
Lei Cox: Video-installation Artist, Musician and Lecturer
	The Applause / The Conductor  
Iskra Dimitrova: Installation Artist 
Paul Dignan: Painter, Video-installation Artist, Lecturer
Dejan Spasovik: Multimedia Artist
K. Henderson: Performance-orientated Artist, Writer and Lecturer.
	'Listening-In To Skopje'
	'Atlas' (Performance work)
Oliver Musovik: Graphic Artist
	All Good Things Come To Those Who Wait
Steve Flack: Multimedia Artist, Producer and Lecturer
	Time Piece
Aleksandar Zdravkovski: Installation artist 
	Time - Illusion of the  Reality
Stefan Saskov: Installation and Video Artist
	1h OUR    Sat-chit-ananda (existance-consciousness-bliss)
Nikola Velkov: Net Artist

An international inter-disciplinary collaboration between Artists,
Designers, Writers, Philosophers and Students from Dundee (Scotland) and
Skopje (Republic of Macedonia). 
First Exhibition: December 13 - 20, 2000
Second Exhibition: April 2001, The University of Dundee

Organized by: Contemporary Art Center, Skopje and 
The University of Dundee's Visual Research Centre
coordinator of the project: Melentie Pandilovski
original Concept: Lei Cox
co - Curators: Lei Cox & Kevin Henderson

TIK TAK TOK consists  two exhibitions of artist's clocks and time  machines.
In TIC TAK TOK, the artists will create an artwork around ideas associated
with counting time. The works will be mechanical, electronic, drawn,
performed, sculpted and theoretical.  They may tell the time of day or they
may present their 'own' time. 
The idea of a clock entails others, and other people - a gathering, a
meeting of strangers, or the desire for such: a thing (object) by which one
arranges and records arrivals and departures, by which one measures
presence and absence. Wherever anything lives, anything at all, there is
open somewhere a register in which time, its time is being inscribed.

Theoretical and contextual writing for the publication:

Branislav Sarkanjac: Philosopher, Faculty of Philosophy, University "Sts Cyrill and Metod", Skopje.
K. Henderson: Writer and Lecturer.
Babs McCool: Director, Visual Research Centre.
Melentie Pandilovski: Writer and Critic, Director of Contemporary Art Center - Skopje 
John Burnside: Poet and Novelist.
Bojan Ivanov: Art Historian
David Hopkins: Writer, Curator and Lecturer: Art History; University of St. Andrew.
Ivica Dzeparovski, Aesthetician, Faculty of Philosophy, University "Sts Cyrill and Metod", Skopje.
Jane Lee: Writer and Critic.

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