Bahar Ahu Sağın (Turkey, 1984) is working as an exhibition projects specialist at Sakıp Sabancı Museum in Istanbul. She holds a BA degree in Economics from Koç University and is completing her MA degree in Arts Management at Yeditepe University. She is currently conducting her thesis research on collaborative art practices. Her main research is concentrated on media and performance arts. She is also a collaborator in the amberplatform, which explores the possible affinities between the fields of art and technology.   Ilaria Goglia (Italy, 1982) is an art historian and emerging

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  Adelina Luft (Romania/Indonesia, 1991) is a freelance curator, art manager and writer based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. She is specialized in Southeast Asian Contemporary Art with a Master in Visual Art Studies. Her current research revolves around curatorial practices in biennials from a peripheral country in the context of art globalization. Aviya Cohen (Israel, 1987) is a writer, scholar and curator working in Jerusalem with a focus on philosophy of technology and theory of art.   Cima Azzam (Palestine/Jordan, 1986) is a graphic designer and emerging curator. Azzam currently works at Meem Gallery in

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Andrey Shental (Russia) is an art critic and curator based in Moscow. He holds a BA in Art Criticism at the Moscow State University (Russia) and MA in Critical Theory at Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at the Kingston University (UK). He is a contributor to several publications including Artchronika, Colta, Art Territory, IDEA, MetaMute, Art Leaks, Little Joe, Frieze, Raznoglasiya, Aperto as well as catalogues, where he publishes reviews, interviews, and essays on art, culture, philosophy and politics. He has worked as a senior editor at Theory

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13. – 22. November 2017 Critics’ Agenda: VIENNA 2017 is a pilot project of a residency program created for six international art critics who are invited to explore the contemporary Viennese art scene in more depth. The program takes place from 13. - 22. November. During a dense 10-day program, six invited art critics will be given comprehensive and profound insights into the contemporary Viennese art scene. Diverse program will include artists’ studio visits, meeting with art critics and curators, visiting ongoing exhibitions and events. The final part of the program is dedicated

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