In collaboration with the 54th October Salon in Belgrade (11 October–17 November 2013), which takes its title from Miranda July’s book No One Belongs Here More Than You, the curatorial collective Red Min(e)d (Danijela Dugandžić Živanović, Katja Kobolt, Dunja Kukovec, Jelena Petrović) is organizing a public debate about feminist approaches and methodologies in contemporary art, about working and networking in collective and individual artistic practices, and about the possible ways of thinking about feminism as politics in contemporary society and art. Our point of departure will be the Questionnaire we conceived as a permanent feature of our Living Archive (LA) project, an online platform to create a social situation which underscores the important aspects of collectively compiling, reflecting, and promoting a living archive. The Living Archive stands as a space of reflection, critique, and imagination of feminism in various artistic practices.
In addition to that, the public debate “No One Belongs Here More Than You” wishes to highlight conceptual links between resilience, the central theme of this year’s U3 exhibition, and the politics of affect, which is, through the notion of (un)popularity, at the focus of the forthcoming October Salon.

Red Min(e)d have invited Ana Čigon (artist), and Jasmina Cibic (artist) to participate in the debate.