What does it take to create one’s own concepts? What does it mean to own a concept? This is an edited collection of essays that attempt to address these questions from the viewpoint of artistic and theoretical practices that have been developing since the 1960s, especially in the period after the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991.
Contributors: Ric Allsopp, Jonathan Beller, Ivana Bago, Bojana Cvejić, Isabel de Naveran, Tomislav Gotovac, Owen Hatherley, Ana Janevski, Janez Janša, Marko Kostanić, Bojana Kunst, Antonia Majača, Aldo Milohnić, Goran Sergej Pristaš, Mårten Spångberg, Mladen Stilinović, Miško Šuvaković, Terminally Unschooled, Terms study group and Ana Vujanovi.
TkH (Walking Theory) & CDU (Centre for Drama Art), 2014. 411 pages, paperback with black and white images, 13.5 x 22 cm.
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