Kiosk

Kiosk dialogues, 2010, video, color, sound, 9 ‘

Concept – Ana Adamović, Milica Pekić

Director of photography – Vladimir Miladinović

Sound Recorder – Ivan Kadelburg

Editing – Vladimir Miladinović, Ana Adamović

 

The project is conceived as an artistic communication platform aimed at establishing dialogue with as many participants as possible. Participants in the dialogue are co-authors of the work and not only passive process observers. They decide on how they will be presented, what they will say, and with full awareness that their attitudes and works are becoming an integral part of the work intended for public presentation.

This work was realized during the 51st October Salon in Belgrade in 2010. Forty Belgrade high school students participated in the project during the exhibition. All of them were asked to answer the same question – What’s your most memorable childhood memory? During the 51st October Salon, Kiosk dialogues were broadcast on Belgrade’s Studio B. The project was realized in cooperation with the Cultural Center of Belgrade and Heartefact Fund, Belgrade.

 

Kiosk has been active on the art scene of Serbia since 2004 by creating exhibitions, publications and research projects, as well as projects dealing with art in the public space. Some of the most important Kiosk projects are Das ist Kunst (2005), Communication (2005-2007), Lobby of Culture (2008-2010), Run City (2007/2009), Kiosk Dialogues (2010), Family Album (2011/12) .

 

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