“Mobile Archive” 2010. Exhibition view at Stacion—Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina. Photo: Enver Bylkbashi. Courtesy Stacion—Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina
Stacion—Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina is a project institution for contemporary art and architecture.
Established in 2006, by artist Albert Heta and architect Vala Osmani, Stacion is an open platform for artists, architects, thinkers, and other sociopolitical workers committed to reflecting on and responding to the relevant challenges of contemporary society with an active, critical, and emancipatory approach.
Stacion employs strategies to develop dialogue with different public, works with clear social and political intents, encourages artistic practice and architectural research, stands for intellectual independence, and works to create conditions where contemporary thought and practice can occur.
Stacion is committed to the re-creation of a necessary momentum for the advancement and emancipation of the contemporary art scene and cultural environment in Kosovo.
Stacion focuses on locally rooted practices as well as regional, European, and international processes.
Stacion’s advisory board includes: Marina Abramovic, Zdenka Badovinac, Isuf Berisha, Andrea Hummer, Migjen Kelmendi, Adam Kleinman, Erden Kosova, Edi Muka, Marita Muukkonen, Besnik Pula, Branimir Stojanovic, Petrit Selimi, Cornelia Solfrank, and Sislej Xhafa.