Goran Petrović Lotina
Goran Petrović Lotina works as a researcher, curator and theorist in visual and performing arts and film. He holds a PhD in Performance Studies from Ghent University and Master’s Degrees in Arts and Politics (SPEAP) from Sciences Po: Paris Institute of Political Studies and in Art History from the University of Belgrade. Petrović Lotina’s research combines art theory with political philosophy to examine the political dimension of art. His main point of interest is to explore how art, particularly contemporary dance, challenges dominant politics and invigorates democracy. His work on this subject has recently been published by Art Centrala, Performance Research and Palgrave Macmillan. Petrović Lotina has collaborated with numerous institutions such as MoCA Belgrade, CAC Adelaide, Kaaitheater Brussels, CCA Sarajevo, Kunstahelle Wien, Kran Film Copenhagen and ArtCenter South Florida, among others.
Petrović Lotina curated a short film series for Fogo Island Arts during his fall 2016 residency.