Talent Talks 2022
with Pavo Marinović &
For Talent Talks, each episode focusses on one artist aiming to evoke a conversation around their approach and contextualising it within the photography field while not forgetting the personal stories behind it. Each conversation features a special guest that offers an insight into the discourses surrounding a specific project. The series is hosted by Mirelva Berghout, curator of this year's Foam Talent exhibition.
About the speakers
Barbara Gregov is a writer and curator interested in feminism, girlhood, and queerness in popular culture and contemporary art. She holds a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature and has substantial experience in writing and editing, as well as in coordinating, curating, and producing exhibitions, festivals, and other cultural programs. Currently, she is a member of the curatorial collective that runs the Organ Vida Photography Festival, an editor of Krilo – a feminist space for experimental writing, and a program coordinator at the LGBTIQ organization Zagreb Pride.
Born in Switzerland (1995), Pavo Marinovic is a Bosnian-Croatian photographer and visual artist who is traversing the fields of identity, conflict, and collective memory. Through photography, video, as well as installation Pavo’s practice explores the state of territory in transit as well as generational transmission. An approach that swings between documentary and fiction allows Pavo to deconstruct and re-explore forced perspective. Pavo today works and lives between Switzerland and Paris.
Come and see
Part of the Foam Talent 2022 exhibition, Pavo Marinović' Marble Ass is now on view at Foam in Amsterdam from 15 Sept 2022 until 18 Jan 2023.
Concept: Mirelva Berghout & Amelie Schüle
Production: Nordin Janssen
Mastering & Mixing: Andersen Audio Productions
This podcast is organised on the occasion of Foam Talent 2022.
The Foam Talent Programme and the biennial Talent issue of Foam Magazine are supported by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation.
The exhibition is made possible by Kleurgamma Fine-Art Photolab and Oschatz Visuelle Medien.
Foam is supported by the VriendenLoterij, Foam Members, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, the VandenEnde Foundation and the Gemeente Amsterdam.
In 2022 Foam receives additional support from the Mondriaan Fund and receives a contribution through the Mondriaan Fund from the Ministerie van OCW.