Katja Kobolt

Katja Kobolt (PhD) works on junctures of art, writing, and teaching. Katja worked for almost a decade with the City of Women Festival Ljubljana (2000-8). Katja co-founded the feminist curatorial platform Red Mined (Living Archive, 2011-15; 54. October Salon Belgrade, Endless Red Mined Symposium 2017–present). She has curated, initiated, or produced art and discursive events all over Europe. Currently she is working with a Munich collaborative art space Lothringer13 Florida and no stop non stop, a forum on post-migratory society. Katja teaches and writes on art, life, and feminism and holds a PhD on the topic of feminist canonization.


ONLINE: Screening Chapter #6


The screening chapter “ReTopia” acknowledges “post-socialism” not only as a continental but also as a global phenomenon, though with palpable regional specificity and intensity. It looks at transitional shifts and modes of remembrance of historical processes that evoke forms – rejected, outmoded, disposed from power, gender political, architectural, and even full of potential. Without being afraid of utopian ideology, it looks back and forth and sideways in search of radically different futures.

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