Albert Heta is an artist, curator, designer and social critic based in Prishtina, Kosovo. Heta’s works in contemporary art are often simple acts of intervention in an existing social condition, responses to a given situation, or rethinking of existing objects. His notable works ‘Revelution’, restoring street lights in the Square of Brotherhood and Unity and the Monument of Revolution in Prishtina(2012), ‘It’s time to go visiting: No visa required’, a public intervention on British Airways billboards in Prishtina (2003), ‘Embassy of the Republic of Kosova in Cetinje, SCG’ (2004) for Cetinje Biennale or his ‘Kosovar Pavilion Venice Biennial 2005’ (2005) distributed in collaboration with e-flux, are not merely the installations or acts of appropriation, but also acts of engagements with the conditions under which the works were accepted by the curators, media, politicians, and the public.
Fanny Seree, Director of FRABAAC. Fanny is a cultural project manager. Before coming to Kosovo where she has been working for 2 years as a Cultural Mission Officer at the French Embassy, she had worked in Art Institutions such as Centre Pompidou (Paris, France), Peggy Guggenheim Collection (Venice, Italy) and Musee d Art moderne de la Ville de Paris.