In collaboration with 19 artists and nine institutions, Şenova developed and tested new strategies
of artistic research and new ways of exhibiting, through artist-in-residence programs, exhibitions, performances, and presentations
in Vienna, Helsinki, and Stockholm.
In 56 contributions, the book documents all aspects of the
“CrossSections” project, tracking and presenting different forms and methods of artistic practice and collaboration developed
under constantly changing conditions and circumstances.
Makes the case for a collaborative artistic
research process and a new approach to exhibition-making
The result of a three-year international artistic research
Features a variety of contributions from 56 authors
curator, designer; co-director of the “Octopus Programme” and Visiting Professor, University of Applied Arts Vienna
Andrea Löbel, Andreas Spiegl, Anna-Kaisa Rastenberger, Anne Klontz, Astrid Wege,
Barbara Holub, Barbara Putz-Plecko, Basak Senova, Behzad Khosravi Noori, Bella Rune, Benji Boyadgian, Björn Norberg, Brandon
Labelle, Bronwyn Lace, Ebru Kurbak, Egle Oddo, Funda Senova Tunali, Gizem Akgülgil, Heba Y. Amin, Hristina Ivanoska, Inma
Herrera, Isa Rosenberger, Jack Persekian, Jennie Fahlström, JohanPousette, Johanna Vakkari, Jonatan Habib Engqvist, Juha Huuskonen,
Jukka Relander, Klaus Schafler, Koulla Xinisteris, Lina Lazaar, Lina Selander, Lori Adragna, Mako Ishizuka, Marcus Neustetter,
Maria Lantz, Marja Karttunen, Marti Manen, Mary Corrigall, Mike Bode, Nia Tabakova, Nikolaus Gansterer, Nisrine Boukrari,
OscarMangione, Otto Karvonen, Paul O’Neill, Ramesch Daha, Ricarda Denzer, RuthPelzer-Montada, Sanja Horvatincic, Susanna Davies-Crook,
Tamsin Snow, Timo Tuhkanen, Wilhelm Van Rensburg, and Yane Calovski.