FANTASTIC THURSDAY – Ana Adamović / Zsuzsi Flohr

Ana Adamović / Zsuzsi Flohr
Greek choir has different voices, as choirs are made up. In our case these voices do not mean the tone of voices but different topics and text fragments. We aim to formulate a spoken canon throughout our texts and answers. Members of the Greek choir will be the participants of the PhD in practice program and those who are attending the Politics of Memory workshop – no worries, Greek choir is a speaking choir, not a singing one.

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Zsuzsi Flohr is a visual artist living and working in Budapest and Vienna. 
She is a PhD Candidate in the ‘PhD-in-Practice’ program at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Flohr’s artistic practice and research deals with the issues of the “third generation after the Holocaust” in terms of personal narratives, commemoration, trans generational trauma and examining the possibility of a shared politics of the memory. Questions of belonging, self-knowledge, memory policy, memory culture and the returning generation are the central questions she brings forward from a personal, gender-sensitive perspective. In 2014 Flohr organized a working group called 3G platform – The Third Generation and within this she curated an exhibition – Our Holocaust – in the frame of the 70th Holocaust Memorial Year-Budapest. In 2015 Flohr initiated The Jewish Renaissance Boxing Club – Vienna, was presented during the WienWoche 2015.
Ana Adamović is dealing with issues of identity and memory, both personal and collective by working on the long-term photography and video projects. Since 1999 her work was exhibited on numerous solo and group exhibitions in Serbia and abroad, most recently in the Museum of Yugoslav History in Belgrade, Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka, Museum of Photography in Braunschweig.
She graduated at the department for the World Literature at the Belgrade University and studied photography at the Art Institute of Boston. She is a PhD in Practice candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.
She is founder of Belgrade based Kiosk-platform for Contemporary Art. Lives and works in Belgrade.
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