An open newspaper (you can’t evict a movement), Theo Prodromidis, 2020, digital print on newsprint paper

An Open Newspaper

(You Can't Evict A Movement),

Theo Prodromidis


In collaboration with Theodoros Karyotis, Tonia Katerini, Stathis Mitropoulos, Nemanja Pantović and Ana Vilenica.

www.theoprodromidis.info

Addressing the processes that led to a surge of housing evictions in Serbia, this work connects to the Greek context where the legal framework for the protection of primary housing is planned to “expire” in April 2020. This collectively produced printed work acts as a vehicle of information about struggles in an ever-increasing global housing crisis.

About the Artist

Theo Prodromidis is a visual artist and film director based in Athens. His work has been exhibited and screened in galleries, museums and festivals including Galerija Nova, State of Concept, 1st and 5th Thessaloniki Biennale, 4th Athens Biennale, Werkleitz Zentrum Für Medienkunst and Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt.Since 2017, he has been a Visiting Artist under the program Risk Change at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and a volunteer at the Open School for Immigrants of Piraeus. Ηe is a member of the Institute of Radical Imagination and a member of the assembly of Solidarity Schools Network. He is currently a fellow of Artworks, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Artist Fellowship Program, 2019-2020.

LINA DŽUVEROVIĆ IN CONVERSATION WITH ELENA LOIZIDOU AND THEO PRODROMIDIS



Elena Loizidou is Reader in Law and Political Theory at the School of Law, Birkbeck College. Her research interests range from anarchism and political theory to theories of gender and sexuality, law and culture. Her recent publications include Disobedience: Concept and Practice (2013), Judith Butler: Ethics, Law, Politics(2007), ‘What is Law?’’ in The Anarchist Imagination: Anarchism Encounters the Humanities and the Social Sciences (2019), ‘Law, Love and Anarchism’ in Law and Philosophy: Critical Intersections (2018), and ‘Dreams and The Political Subject’, in Vulnerability in Resistance (2016).

Lina Džuverović is a curator and Lecturer in Arts Policy and Management at Birkbeck College, University of London. Her research focuses on ways in which the sphere of contemporary art can become a site of solidarity and community-building. Previously Lina taught at the University of Reading, at IZK –Institute for Contemporary Art, TU Graz, Austria, was Artistic Director of Calvert 22 Foundation, founding director of the London-based agency Electra and has held curatorial roles at ICA and the Lux Centre, London and Momentum Biennial, Norway. She was the 2006 Decibel Mid-Career Curatorial Fellow, Arts Council England.

Selected curated and co-curated projects include 'Monuments Should Not Be Trusted' (Nottingham Contemporary, 2016), Sanja Iveković - Unknown Heroine (South London Gallery/Calvert 22 Foundation, 2012/13), IRWIN –Time For A New State (Calvert 22, 2012), 27 Senses (Chisenhale Gallery, London, 2010; Kunstmuseet KUBE, Alesund, Norway, 2009), Favoured Nations, Momentum, 5th Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art (Moss, Norway, 2009), Perfect Partner by Kim Gordon, Tony Oursler and Phil Morrison (Barbican Centre, London & across Europe, 2005) and Her Noise (South London Gallery, 2005).

An open newspaper (you can’t evict a movement), Theo Prodromidis, 2020, digital print on newsprint paper, installation photo by Julia Szalewicz

An open newspaper (you can’t evict a movement), Theo Prodromidis, 2020, digital print on newsprint paper, installation photo by Julia Szalewicz