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21/08/2012

Viđenja 2012 (Views 2012)

Project VIĐENJA 2012 (VIEWS 2012): Socialist Heritage and the Culture of Rememberance in the Framework of Contemporary Views. City as a treasury.

How do we, as a community and as individuals see the elements of the city which were constructed after the Second World War? Do we recognize them as witnesses of the history of the city, just a part of our everydayness, or are they our blind spot, outside of the frame of what we see?

Are we responsible for the way we see or are we moving within dominant panoramas and sights of the city? Is photography as a medium a good historical source which speaks about ”how it used to be” and a document of the present which says ”this is our city today”?

Or is it selective in the interpretation of the past, along with our memory?

The project is conceived and organised by the Centre for museum studies and heritage studies of The Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade together with the association Mreža za istraživanje viđenja (Network for visual research). It consists of a series of public guided photo walks, lectures and exhibitions to be realized in the chosen cities of Serbia: Smederevo, Belgrade, Kraljevo (The first one has been recently opened in Smederevo). This will encourage a series of discussions on the heritage related to the period of socialist Yugoslavia from the perspective of historians, architecture historians, art historians, photographers and curators.

Focus will be on the spotting and critical rethinking of the formerly planned spaces of memory in the city ambiance.

The photo walks will take place 26 August till 1 September.

See the full program (in Serbian) here.

If you would like to join the walks, send your contact information to vidjenja@gmail.com and specify which walks you would like to join.

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