EVROVIZION: Crossing Stories And Spaces.

2021 - 2027


The Pickle Bar and the collective’s residency-mentorship program will be realised as part of the exhibition EVROVIZION.CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES. Both initiatives offer a platform of exchange and participation for the broader public beyond the institutional framework of contemporary art. Both the residency-mentorship program and the Pickle Bar are situated in Berlin's multicultural Moabit district, and reflect the diversity of the district and the artists’ studio where Russian, Polish, German, French, English and Turkish are among the languages spoken. The integration of Pickle Bar into the EVROVIZION project creates a space for local dialogues at every venue of this travelling exhibition. Before each exhibition opens, a young, local professional (be they artists, curators or researchers) from each venue of the exhibition will be chosen to participate in the mentorship program in Berlin. During these two months, they are integrated into the artists’ studio as well as mentored in their personal projects, some of which may eventually be presented as part of EVROVIZION.

EVROVIZION. CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES is an exhibition by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) and is organized in Novi Sad in cooperation with the Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina and the Goethe-Institut Serbia. The exhibition is part of the Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture program.

PHOTO: Ivana Ivković, MONUMENT: NO ONE IS LOST, performance intervention at Pickle Bar, Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Novi Sad, 2021 , Photo: Alfa Video, ©ifa
The adO/Aptive collective is committed to fomenting critical thinking, potential action, communication and Otherness by adopting techniques to situate adaptive processes. It was first initiated as a reading group in 2019 and evolved into a fluid identity with its core_members now being Janina Weißengruber and Daniel Hüttler.

Besides a regular reading group conducted at school in Vienna or online, they organize the rA/Upture conference (Oktober 2020 at nadaLokal in Vienna & May 2021 at OFF-Biennial Budapest), work on collective publications and other artistic projects at the intersection of experimentation, speculation and critique.