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Rebel for What?: Yugoslav Dadaism
Kristina Pranjić, unpublished conference contribution

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...jugoslovanska literatura, zgodovinska avantgarda, Dragan Aleksić, politika estetike, literatura med vojnama...
Keywords: jugoslovanska literatura, zgodovinska avantgarda, Dragan Aleksić, politika estetike, literatura med vojnama
Published: 19.11.2020; Views: 819; Downloads: 0
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Lingvistični virus
Kristina Pranjić, radio or television broadcast

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...cut-up tehnika, William S. Burroughs, Kazimir Malevič, Dragan Aleksić...
Keywords: Dada, Tristan Tzara, cut-up tehnika, William S. Burroughs, Kazimir Malevič, Dragan Aleksić
Published: 20.12.2020; Views: 757; Downloads: 3
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The emergence and establishment of Yugoslav dada
Kristina Pranjić, 2021, original scientific article

Abstract: The article focuses on the transnational aspect of Yugoslav Dadaism, which was already an integral part of its founding stage in Prague in 1920, when the main Yugoslav Dadaist, Dragan Aleksić, was a student there. Through an analysis of the already known (but rare) primary and secondary sources and a presentation of some newly found primary sources, the article presents the cooperation between Yugoslav and Czech artists and clarifies the circumstances of establishing this Yugoslav avant-garde movement. Furthermore, because Aleksić’s work was closely connected to Ljubomir Micić’s Zenitism and the activity of Branko Ve Poljanski in Prague, we compare their journals(Zenit, Dada-Jok, Dada Tank, Dada Jazz) and emphasize the points of conflict and competitiveness among them, which was a constructive part for the further development of Yugoslav Dadaism. Thus,the article contributes to both the local and international positioning of the Yugoslav Dada in the context of the Central European avant-garde.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...in 1920, when the main Yugoslav Dadaist, Dragan Aleksić, was a student there. Through an...
Keywords: Jugoslovanski dadaizem, Dragan Aleksić, jugoslovanska avantgarda, zenitzem, Branko Ve Poljanski, Ljubomir Micić
Published: 11.10.2021; Views: 102; Downloads: 0
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