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Jamesdin, Beli golubovi/White Pigeons, 2014, 4’ 32”

A screening of Serbian video art, curated by Zorana Djakovic Minitti and Mia David. Followed by a Q & A by Boshko Boskovic, RU Program Director.

Wednesday October 1st, 2014
7pm – free and open to public
Residency Unlimited
360 Court Street #4 (enter church building through main entrance) Brooklyn, NY 11231

Residency Unlimited is delighted to present “Voyage to Europe – From Life to Death to Life”, a selection of videos by Serbian artists, curated by Zorana Djakovic Minitti and Mia David. This video program is part of the wider project dedicated to the 100th anniversary of WWI that is currently the object of multiple probes and mostly relegated to its memory. Prior to New York, this program was featured at Palais Porcia in Vienna (Austria), Modern Gallery in Subotica ( Serbia) ,Collegium Artisticum, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Hercegovina and Gallery Klovićevi Dvori in Zagreb (Croatia) .

The selected artists reflect upon lost and manipulated values that have affected their past, future as well as the present. Being critical towards their own heritage and geo-political context in which they were formed, the video works are questioning the change of principles upon which we make decisions and act.

Screening program:

-Andrea Palašti, The History of Dalmatia, 2007, 11’55’’

-Vladimir Nikolic, Rhythm, 2001, 10’45’’

-Milica Tomic, One day, instead of one night,,A burst of machine-gun fire will flash. If light cannot come otherwise, 2009, 10′

-Aleksandar Jestorovic Jamesdin, Beli golubovi/White Pigeons, 2014, 4’ 32”

-Ana Nedeljković & Nikola Majdak Jr, Rabbitland, 2013, 7′

About the curators:

Zorana Djakovic Minniti is International Projects Coordinator & Curator at the Cultural Centre of Belgrade in Belgrade, Serbia.

Mia David is the Director of the Cultural Centre of Belgrade in Belgrade, Serbia.

This project is supported by the Serbian Ministry of Culture in conjunction with the commemorative program of the Centennial of WW1, and the Cultural Centre of Belgrade.

    

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