Melentie Pandilovski (b.1963, Skopje, Macedonia) ::: Article
Artist, curator. In 1991 graduated from the Faculty of History of Art with Archeology, the St. Cyril and Methodius University (Skopje, Republic of Macedonia). He has conducted several solo exhibitions and art projects showed in Macedonia and abroad. Since 1994 has been director of the Contemporary Arts Center in Skopje. Curated numerous contemporary art projects and exhibitions, incl. "Icon on Silver" (CD ROM art, Soros Center for Contemporary Arts, Skopje, 1995), "Laika the True Story" (within the festival of web-design "Refresh", 1996), "Seeing the Sound" (within 20th century music festival "Synthesis", Youth Cultural Center, Skopje, 1997), "Artists & Refugees" (Museum of the City of Skopje, 1999), "VRML ART 2000" (together with K. Dudesek and K. R. Huffman, Monterey, California, 2000) and others. Organizer and curator of the annual electronic arts fair "SEAFair" (Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje), one of the largest European forums, devoted to the new technologies art. The fair topics were "Altering Visions on the Net" (Internet art, 1997), "Communing" (V.R., www, CD-ROM art, 1998), "e-FUSION" (V.R.M.L art, 1999), "Society and Genomic Culture" (2001), "Cultural Transformation - Consciousness and New Technologies" (Sci-Art, 2003). Coordinator of "BAN" - Balkan Art Network (; over 50 art institutions from South East Europe), and "SEECAN" - South East European Contemporary Art Network (; over 300 members). Held lectures and presentations, embracing current issues in the electronic arts in Macedonia, at various conferences, festivals and symposiums internationally, incl. Bulgaria, Holland, Romania, Albania, Moldavia, USA, Austria, Greece and others.