No One Belongs Here More Than You. The Living Archive: Curating Feminist Knowledge (2014, eds. Red Mined / Jelena Petrović and Katja Kobolt, Danijela Dugandžić, Dunja Kukovec in collaboration with Jelena Vesić, pp. 209)
is the catalogue, document or book for the 54th October Salon, an biannual exhibition in Belgrade which the Red Mined curated in 2013 under the title No One Belongs Here More Than You.
The book is one of the interfaces of/to the exhibition. It was not only edited in collaboration with Jelena Vesić but compiles also contributions by participants of different Curatorial Schools who critically and creatively co-created the exhibition and/or the book. In addition, the curators of the exhibition (simultaniously and a posteriori co-editors of the book) the Red Mined adventured a critical dialog on the exhibition, (non)human nature, feminism, politically engaged exhibition making and feminist curating. Between the individual contributions awaits a red mined thread – with an aim of (dis)connecting reflections on the discussed topics and weaving an antagonistic polyglossic chant.
a.7außeneinsatz (Margret Schütz, Greta Hoheisel), Vladimir Bjeličić, Olga Dimitrijević, Angela Dimitrakaki and Lara Perry, Stefano Faoro, Róza El-Hassan, h.arta (Maria Crista, Anca Gyemant, Rodica Tache), Vladimir Jerić Vlidi, Sa va Jokić and Mirjana Dragosavljević, Radmila Krstajić, Elke Krasny, Sonja Lau, Tanja Marković (with Adriana Zaharijević, Katarina Lončarević, Nađa Duhaček, Iva Nenić, Ksenija Stevanović), The Museum of Non Participation (Karen Mirza and Rachel Anderson), Ana Nedeljković, Alexis O’Hara, Rachel O’Reilly, Vijai Patchineelam, Marcel Dickhage and Cathleen Schuster, Marija Ratković, Jelena Vesić, Lidija Radojević, Red Mined