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Aleksei Borisionok

  • critic
  • curator
  • editor
1992

Critic, curator, writer and organizer, Master of Sociology (YSU). Editor of the KALEKTAR platform. He is a member of the art-research group The Problem Collective and the working group Work More! Rest more!

She writes about art and politics for various magazines, catalogs and online platforms. His texts have been published in publications such as pARTisan, Art Magazine, Springerin, Hjärnstorm, Paletten, syg.ma.

Research interests: contemporary art in transit, visual and cultural studies, sociology of art, politically engaged art.

Lives and works in Minsk and Vienna.

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March 10, 1992

Born in Minsk, Republic of Belarus.

2015

He defended his master's thesis at the European Humanities University on the topic "Dispositive Belarusian contemporary art in the context of Eastern European artistic practices (1990-2000)".

Since 2014

He is one of the initiators and leaders (together with Maria Kotlyachkova and Sergei Shabokhin) of the Faculty of Propaganda Criticism (FAK) - a course of lectures for students of Belarusian art institutions.

2014

Together with the artists Sergei Kiryushchenko and Sergei Shabokhin, he founded the research platform for contemporary Belarusian art KALEKTAR. The platform was presented on March 30, 2015.

Since 2014

He is a member of the expert council of the ZBOR resource.

2015

Helps organize the exhibition “Minsk. Nonconformism of the 1980s" as one of the curators of the project.

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  • art history
  • culturology
  • curatorship
  • feminism
  • political
  • sociology of art and culture
  • visual research