Practice Against Systematic Errors with Irfan Hošić

  • 29 Feb 2024

  • Singapore Art Museum (Corporate Office and Residency Studios), 39 Keppel Rd, #03-07, Singapore...

  • 7PM

In Practice Against Systematic Errors, Irfan Hošić shared insights into the work of KRAK Center for Contemporary Culture. Since its inception in 2020, KRAK has established itself as a platform of alternative learning and collaboration, driving inventive strategies in contemporary culture.

An independent, critical, and experimental space for gathering, KRAK’s ethos centers on the convergence of culture, science and arts to drive social change within the context of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s specific political, social and cultural conditions over the past three decades. Operating in the Northwestern city of Bihać, KRAK speaks directly to Bosnia’s ongoing crises and circumstances failing its society, namely, experiences of conflict and trauma, corruption, failed transition post-independence, and depopulation.

Practice Against Systematic Errors offered a look into the region of former Yugoslavia—framed by post-war, post-genocide, post-socialist and post-industrial flows—and how KRAK is situated amongst its forerunners and ideological siblings, as well as KRAK’s own methodologies and conceptual protocols.

This programme was hosted as part of Residency Thursday, an ongoing series of activations and presentations led by SAM residents.