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Nebojša Vilic

born 1962

Teaches as senior lecturer at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University 'SS. Cyril and Methodius' in Skopje, Macedonia. His professional interest varies from art criticism (over 100 published texts, Dossier 1994-97, 1997, Skopje: Horizons Unlimited Ltd.; Few Candies for Venice. Art in Macedonia at the End of Millenium, (ed.) 1999, Skopje: Laurens Coster), through theory of art (States of Changes? Postmodernism and the Art of the Eighties, 1994, Skopje: Feniks; N.O.A. - Reflections on New Object Art, 1996, Skopje: Horizons Unlimited Ltd.; Anamorphosis. The Given Object in the 20th Century Art, 1998, Skopje: Horizons Unlimited Ltd.), to the theoretical interpretations of digital arts (Eight Lectures on Art and New Technologies, 1998, Skopje: Museum of Contemporary Art; Internet Art, (ed.) 1999, Skopje: SCCA-Skopje).

He has curated over 30 exhibitions in Macedonia and abroad. In the periods of:

1986-87 he was editor in chief of the Art's Program at the Youth Cultural Center, Skopje;

1988-1997 he was assistant professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, University 'SS. Cyril and Methodius' in Skopje, Macedonia;

1994-1998 he was director of the Soros Center for Contemporary Arts - Skopje;

since 1999 he is director of NGO '359° - Network for Local and Subaltern Hermeneutics', Skopje.

In his most important work Anamorphosis. The Given Object in the 20th Century Art he writes: 'The epistemological character of the historical mind manifests one possible option, but it can not be accepted that this option is the only one. That is a conclusion of the thinker of the postmodern era.'