Knjigu prof. dr Miška Šuvakovića "Epistemology of Art: critical design for procedures and platforms of contemporary art education" u izdanju TkH, TQW, PAF i APT (2008) ovde možete skinuti u PDF formatu. Knjiga je objavljena pod Creative Commons licencom Nekomercijalno - Deliti pod istim uslovima.

Frakcija: The key concept and the title of your book is “social choreography” and you use it in relation to both dance and the aesthetic of everyday movement. How do you frame that concept and how is it related to choreography as artistic practice? Andrew Hewitt: My methodology of “social choreography” is rooted in an attempt to think the aesthetic as it operates at the very base of social experience.
Interviewed by: Goran Sergej Pristaš
I gave to this talk the title: «the emancipated spectator». As I understand it, a title is always a challenge. It sets forth the presupposition that an expression makes sense, that there is a link between separate terms, which also means between concepts, problems and theories which seem at first sight to bear no direct relation on each other.
Jacques Rancière
Intentions of this lecture are: to situate from which point I am talking and to bring into the story new positions of theory, knowledge and analysis; to differentiate in- between biopolitics and necropolitics; to take into an analysis an art performative project produced in Slovenia in order to see if contemporary art services necropolitics; to see the linking of necropolitics and neoliberal capitalism and the relation toward institutions of art and culture...
Marina Gržinić
This will be about the conditioning and the conditions for improvisation as performance. I won’t talk about improvisation as a technique to create new movement, or as a technique to free the body from habitual movement patterns, or as a technique in contact improvisation to explore movement by physical contact.
Jan Ritsema