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Miodrag Kuč (Novi Sad, 1977) is transdisciplinary artist, urban theorist and pedagogist, whose work researches complex relations between ephemeral structures, spatial appropriations and urban politics. He studied architecture (Dipl.Ing) at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad and did his postgraduate studies of urban planning and urban sociology at the Bauhaus University Weimar and Tongji University Shanghai.
He participated at the various artistic and academic projects, mainly from the area of urban studies (Bauhaus Dessau Foundation), visual and cultural studies (Laboratory of Critical Urbanism, EHU Vilnius) and urban anthropology (CANactions School Kiev, Independent School for the City Rotterdam, TU Berlin).
Currently he works as program director of the hybrid cultural institution ZK/U Berlin (Centremfor Arts and Urbanistics, Berlin), exploring potentials of critical urban pedagogy (ZEDucation) and role of grass-roots initiatives in trans-sectoral urban development (Haus der Statistik).

Role in the Biennale 2022.

Participant at International Conference