|Authors:||Purg, Peter (Author)|
Ivić, Kristina (Artist)
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|Work type:||Not categorized (r6)|
|Tipology:||3.10 - Artistic Performance|
|Organization:||UNG - University of Nova Gorica|
|Abstract:||The pavement reconstructions in the Belgrade University of the Arts area at Kosančičev venac had been going on for months, and heaps of cobblestone. Sand just kept being moved from one side of the rubble-filled street to the other. Suddenly one afternoon, on the 30th of March 2017, a little bed of dry (stonewall) plants appeared on the top of the biggest sand heap. They remained there for a whole month, somebody must have been caring for them... Soon after they suddenly disappeared, another big bright flower took their place immediately -- but on the very same day (April 28th), that flower disappeared, too.
The documentary photos were taken (in the order of gallery appearance) every couple of days throughout April 2017 -- special thanks to (photo by) Rastko Čirić and Danica Bojić|
|Keywords:||analog, belgrade, Beograd, drywall, installation, intervention, plants, site-specific|
|Year of publishing:||2017|
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