Video Artists from the UGM Collection
+symposium - Implicit Positions.Transfeminists.Radical Queer
UGM Studio, Trg Leona Štuklja 2
12 – 27 October 2018
opening: Friday, 12 October 2018, 19:00

The already 24th International Festival Of Computer Arts will take place on multiple locations in Maribor between 12 and 19 October 2018. This edition wraps up a trilogy under a common title – Trust. Trust.3 is going to be marked by the »female forum«.

In UGM Studio a selection of video clips from the UGM Collection will be on display, presenting the works of female videographers who took part in the Festival during its 24-year history - Nuša Dragan & Srečo Dragan, Ema Kugler, Nataša Prosenc Stearns, Jasna Hribernik in Apolonija Šuštaršič. UGM | Maribor Art Gallery (UGM) has been running the first collection of video art in Slovenia since 1999. With its systematic compilation of the most important works of prominent Slovenian video artists, the gallery has created a collection that has become a reference point in the national and international arena, being one of the most active international players in this field.

Participants of MFRU from A to Ž (1995-2018)

At the 2018 edition of the festival we will create Wikipedia pages for all female artists and selectors in the history of the festival. More.

Implicit Positions.Transfeminists.Radical Queer

Saturday and Sunday, 13 and 14 October 2018

Saturday, 13 October 2018
18.00 • Dr Saša Kesić; Belgrade-Queer in Serbian Postsocialistic Cinema: From Non-existence to Pinkwashing; a lecture with film excerpts
20.00 • Dr Marina Gržinić and Dr Tjaša Kancler (introduction); Suspicious, Implicated Agencies: Gender Mutants, Decolonial Transfeminists, Militant Filmmakers, Radical Theoreticians, Migrant Sex Workers; screening programme
Sunday, 14 October 2018
18.00 • Dr Marina Gržinić (Ljubljana,/Vienna); Europe: Gender, Class, Race + Dr Tjaša Kancler (Maribor/Barcelona); Body-politics, Trans* Imaginary and Decoloniality; a 60 min. lecture presented in two autonomous parts, Q&A
20.00 • Reni Hofmüller (Graz); sound performance

Learn more about MFRU 2018 here: