Lecture: Prof. Dr. Gayatri Spivak on Affirmative Sabotage

On 26th february 2018, in the framework of ERIAC first outreach program “International Cultural Outreach Program”, Prof. Dr. Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak form Columbia University gave a lecture together with Roma feminist scholars. In this panel discussion organized in ERIAC’s office and art space in Berlin, outstanding Roma activists discussed the transformative potential of transnational alliances…

Video by Ana Stanic ›››

Barvalo: Designing an Exhibition on and with Roma Communities in a French National Museum

In 2023, Barvalo[1] will be held at the Museum of Civilisations of Europe and the Mediterranean (Mucem), in Marseille, in the south of France. This exhibition, focused on Romani cultures and professions, is designed in collaboration with Rom, Sinti, Gitano, Manouche and French Traveller representatives from France and across Europe. Through inviting Romani individuals to…

Text by Julia Ferloni ›››

Argument for a Roma Transnational Museum

RomaMoMA, the aspiring project of imagining a Roma transnational museum, is not merely a theoretical exercise. A Roma transnational museum has been a central desire of the Roma movement since the 1960s. RomaMoMA is the natural evolution towards what is yet to come. This transnational European Museum is inevitable in Europe. The vision for RomaMoMA…

Text by Timea Junghaus ›››

MODEST COPERNICAN REVOLUTIONS

Imagine a presentation of Rosa Taikon’s silver jewellery at Hälsinglands Museum in Hudiksvall, a solo exhibition with Malgorzata Mirga Tas’s textile paintings at the Galerie für zeitgenössische Kunst in Leipzig, and a show with Robert Gabris’s drawings at Salonul de Proiecte in Bucharest. Then there is a retrospective of Ceija Stojka and her Holocaust memory…

Text by Maria Lind ›››

Oto Hudec and Emília Rigová: a dialogue

This conversation between visual artists Oto Hudec and Emília Rigová took place in November 2017 as a part of the Nadikhuno Muzeumos / Invisible Museum exhibition project at Tranzit.sk. It addresses the absence of Roma representation in arts and culture spaces and challenges the idea of the traditional ethnographic role of museums, where “othering” through…

Text by Oto Hudec and Emília Rigová ›››