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“World Image and performativeness of glocal consciousness”, Slavonski Brod, Croatia, 11 June, 2016 Innovative cultural shock against xenophobia as a destructor of conservative ego.

Situationally performative multiplier or Affective performativeness of authentic process

In this year’s expresfountain_square_slavonski-brodsive, energizing and multiplying affect of the moment, situationally performative events represent the urban trine: Slovenian musician Aljaz Razdevsek on saxophone (student of the Conservatoire a rayonnement regional de Lyon and of the Music Academy in Zagreb), playing classical (J.S.Bach, Partita), then contemporary Japanese (J.D. Michat, Kokoro) as well as dance music of Slovenian/Albanian composer Zeqirja Ballata (Kaba) on the southern part of the square in Slavonski Brod, then French pianist Regis Kattie (a student of the Music Academy in Zagreb ) with free jazz performance on the northern part of the square, and finaly three contemporary dancers from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb / department of contemporary dance – Nastja Stefanic, Eleonora Magdalena Vrdoljak and Cynthia Kucic, will perform freestyle choreography on the music of Steve Reich’s “City life”, at the central part of the Aljažsquare.

Through this kind of affective performativity of authentic process, we encourage “prelinguistic domain” of so-called “infralanguage ‘(Hansen, Bodies in code, 2006, p.4), which transforms transpersonal and collective individuation and socialization in maturation. This primal and original event supersedes the enRegis_Kattievironment as a mere information system and creates global and local synergy or “glocal-skin”, as the authentic event that occurs spontaneously, intertwined with quiet interspace and resonance of architecture, like “letting-be of appearing” of generic affect (Badiou, Being and Event, 1988, p. 125). This original multicultural existence by direct stream and primal meme, was created as the poetic and expressive spirit of continental philosophy, outside the usual linguistic constructivism and opposplesaciceed to the “(…) Anglo-American philosophy, which is supposedly rationalist, based on formal analysis of language and mathematized logic” (Badiou, the author’s preface).

With the immersion in the poetic event on an expected sunny midday at the Square on June 11, we will strive to round off the height of the sphere.

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Online reviews on multimedial visions of performances will be written at the social network glocal-art by the scientists: PhD Lino Veljak (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Philosophy, University of Zagreb), PhD Biserka Cvjeticanin (Institute for Development and International Relations IRMO, Zagreb), PhD Divna Vuksanovic (Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade), PhD Kruno Martinac (Murdoch University, Australia) and MA Jugoslav Gojkovic (Psychiatric Hospital, Slavonski Brod).

Author of the glocal performative project: PhD Vesna Srnic, research associate

(“Culture, media and education”-ARTHEA’s project is supported by the Croatian Ministry of Culture, the Town Slavonski Brod and Slavonski Brod Tourist Board).

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Photo of the Slavonski Brod Square by Zeljko Klindzic, courtesy of the author

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Fountain_Square_Slavonski Brod (Photo by Media-Via)Thanks to the support of the Croatian Ministry of Culture, the European House, Tourist Board and the Department for EU integration, we continue for the third year with our performative project “World Image and Performativeness of Glocal Consciousness”. The link between “global” and “local” in the “Glocal” is our way of softening the borders of meeting “foreign” and “domestic” as a form of fighting xenophobia or fear of foreigners. We will present two simultaneous dancing and meditative performances: Irish dancer Paul O’Grady will perform traditional Irish dances, and Chinese Professor Wang Qian, lecturer at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb will introduce Chinese meditative dance Tai-Chi. Their performances are expected to turn into workshops of animating the students of “Faculty of Educational Sciences in Osijek”, study in Slavonski Brod, as well as other interested observers at the town square “Ivana Brlić Mažuranić”, on Saturday, May 9, at 12 am.

Scientists – participants: Dr. Kruno Martinac (Murdoch university, Melbourne), Ph.D Lino Veljak (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb), Assistant Professor MA. Vladimir Frelih and Art Assistant Domagoj Susac (Art Academy in Osijek, Osijek), Dr. Divna Vuksanovic (Faculty of Drama Arts, Belgrade), Dr. Dragan Calovic (Faculty for culture and media, Beograd), Ph.D Zdravko Palavra (ICT teacher, Daruvar), Dr. Jugoslav Gojkovic (J. Bencevic hospital, psychiatrist, Slavonski Brod) , and Ph.D Vesna Srnic (NO “Culture, media and education” – ARTHEA president, the author of the project). http://glocal-art.ning.com

Elaborating in an abstract and impersonal way, we start from the position that the performativity of the “World Image and Performativiness of Glocal Consciousness” is reflexive and critical, meditative art event, which is not preferring “Image” in itself, nor is rejecting it, at least not the way W.J.T. Mitchell talks in his book “What Do Pictures Want?” (93-96 pages).

In fact, Mitchell believes that the Images “live” because, apparently, we bring life to them or we iconoclasticly destroy that life in pictures … But we stand on the point of view that due to the reflection of a performative artwork there are no primitive fantasies (the types of “idol, fetish, totem”) that would include or exclude the Image, but contrary there is the anthropological establishing of ontological phenomenon of “to be here and now” (Dasain, Heidegger), which results in an artistic transpersonal existential actualization.

Mitchell states that the especially “totem” is collective representation, and totemic rituals are “the crazy guilt of social differentations” (page 99), which is an anthropological position between “natural” and “cultural” (page 101). Supported by the inscription of Durkheim’s allegations Mitchell believes that the “Image of the totem is happier than totem itself” (page 101), and so that totemism is an example of birth of Images (procreation), where the Image is “God” …

We believe that by the performativity of artistic event we can avoid birth or death of the “Image” as a fantasy monster, as a political coloration, and as far as Mitchell is fascinated by the monumentality of Images, by the gigantism of technology or as he says by the “dinosaur” – the totem, the animal of modernity, we see the “Image” or its Absence as contemplation in the space and time.

According to his obviously “necessary” fantasy thinking, Mitchell asks: “Do we create images or do they create us?” (page 105) In that sense this inevitability is supported by the explanation of totemism: “Totemism allows the image to assume a social, conversational, and dialectical relationship with the beholder, the way a doll or a stuffed animal does with children.” (page 106) Consequently, it is an example where Mitchell himself immaturely shows this dangerous infantilism in his theses!

The project “World Image and Performativeness of Glocal Consciousness” set the “World Image” in the spatial – temporal depletion zone with “No Images”, without infantile fantasies and desires, while keeping only the normal “middle existential path” (Media-Via).

Ph.D. Vesna Srnic

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Glocal_ebookIt is a great pleasure to inform you that the Zagreb’s prestigious publishing house Jesenski and Turk” has just released the copyright collection of scientific papers Glocal Multimedia Art“, written by Ph.D Vesna Srnic, Media-Via president. It is in the format of ebook, in English, since the majority of works were published in the American/Australian magazines.

The book was presented in Rovinj on 27th November, 2014 at the conference “Glocal” (Archives, libraries, museums akm), in collaboration with Ph. D. Mirna Willer (picture on the right, dr. Willer presenting e-book).predstavljanje_eknjiga_dr_Willer_Rovinj

A link to a free download ebook is:

http://www.jesenski-turk.hr/?active=knjiga&book=107634&lang=en

The reviewers of the book are Ph. D. Lino Veljak, a Professor at the Department of ontology at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb, and Ph. D. Biserka Cvjeticanin, a senior scientist at the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO), Zagreb, as well as a head of global networks for research and cooperation in cultural development Culturelink and member of the Scientific Council of UNESCO for Europe (2012th-2016th).

From the review:

Establishing a nGlocal_Multimedia_Art_contentsew virtual reality mediated by the multimedia technology undoubtedly deserves the highest level of attention to critical scholarship, and as part of the disclosure of this new reality of eternal question about the meaning and significance of artistic creation, takes on a new dimension, which imperatively requires a systematic critical approach. The author’s intention is aimed at contributing such an approach. (Ph. D. Lino Veljak)

 

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MBZ_CulturenetThe Music Biennale Zagreb is an international festival of contemporary music which is set to take place from  6 to 13 April in Zagreb. Completely dedicated to the new music – including the “living Classics” of contemporary music and the new generation of composers from all over the world, Music Biennale programmes include projects from symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles, experimental musical theatre, contemporary dance, jazz, electronics to alternative music scene.

Remembering the MBZ famous guests like John Cage who was picking the mushrooms in front of the concert hall “Vatroslav Lisinski”, we also honour the great MBZ directors with vision: Nikša Gligo and Berislav Šipuš.

Croatian Ministry of Culture invites and informs: “During the festival’s days, in April every other year Zagreb is transformed into the cultural centre to which composers, music critics, the best musicians, and contemporary music and arts lovers from the region and Europe gravitate. The festival has a strong response as well as an incentive in its own environment. It would not be wrong to say that the time in combination with the geographical and political framework of the period when the Music Biennale was founded in 1961, have contributed considerably to Biennale’s success since the very beginning, which continued to shape the festival until today. “Still MBZ was always focused on the institution of composer’s persona. Messiaen, Stockhausen, Stravinsky, Cage, Berio, Penderecki, Lutoslawski, Maderna, Kagel, Globokar, Nono, Xenakis,Lucier, Schnebel, Reich, Murail, Maxwell Davis, Birtwistle, Schaffer, Nyman, Cerha, are only some that were MBZ’s guests.”

Closely interrelated with other arts, the Music Biennale Zagreb fills a considerable and a very distinctive position on the Croatian and regional cultural scene. Such a favourable situation is partly due to the choice of performers, most of whom are superb music professionals. Two ideas are kept in the forefront of the Music Biennale: tolerance and a high standard of musical production, creativity and reproduction.” (Programme)

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MSU_Molochevski (courtesy of Branko Franceschi)The Croatian Museum of Contemporary Art  in collaboration with prof. Branko Franceschi and curator Kóan Jeff Baysa M.D. prepared the exhibition “Sound (In)Formation”. The exciting current explorations into expanded technologies are evident in this select quartet of works in Sound [In]Formation that engages the audience with exquisite presentations of immersive, contemplative experiences. The Artistic Quartet exhibits media works of Igor Molochevski, Mark Bolotin, Jiayi and Shih-Wen Young and Blake Shaw, from 5th to 13th April 2013.

The selected artists in this exhibition abandon expected trajectories and reinforce the legitimacy of sound as a creative medium. Contributing to the emerging technoculture of interactive, cross-platformed, and immersive installations and performances, they evince the shifting of foci from objects themselves, instead, to the very processes of their per-ception. The aural colludes with the visual to create new, abstracted, emotional, and imagined spaces. Cognitive neuroscience investigates how the physical properties of the world are organised in the brain to yield conscious perception.

“Igor Molochevski is a New Media artist, documentary filmmaker, and photographer. His work is based on mixed media and technology reintegration. His workflow includes live coding, interactive and generative programming, kinetic sculptures, sound design and digital imaging. His work is defined by de-structuralization of visual and conceptual para-digm. Inside the Belly of the Invisible Beast is a generative audiovisual installation with tensions between a Buddhist singing bowl activated by an audience member and a dy-namic self-generating digital painting.”

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The Croatian gallery in Zagreb “The Klovićevi Dvori Gallery” is hosting the exhibition The Master Pieces From the Picasso Museum in Paris opening on 23 March 2013 and bringing 56 paintings and sculptures created by the most famous master of the 20th century, the founder of cubism, painter, sculptor and graphic artist.

The Gallery informs that “the exhibition presents more than one hundred works of art and various documents depicting the exciting journey of the creator of modernism. Put in a chronological order, starting from Picasso’s early works and ending in the last years of his life, works from the blue and pink period, proto-cubism and explorations of Africa, the emblematic works of the analitical and synthetical cubism, classical period, surrealism and late paintings are all exhibited in Zagreb until 7 July 2013. Picasso was an artist who shifted the artistic boundaries and deconstructed the traditional painting genres. Picasso dominated his times unrivaled. Behind a man who became a myth and the market value of his signature there is a very complex oeuvre created by an artist and, above all, a creator.”

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The new work by choreographer Marjana Krajac is the three-hour performance in The Croatian Association of Visual Artists (HDLU) in Zagreb, which will be premiered on 18 October 2014 (Saturday) starting at 14 am with performances of 19, 20, 21 and 22 October also starting at 14 hours.

This simultaneously coVariationsmplex and fragile consideration of the nature of dance, whose building material is just enough present to be irrevocably gone in the next moment, is extensive, yet minimalist dance session between movement, sound and space.

It’s performed by dance artists Lana Hosni, Irena Mikec, Katarina Rilovic, Irena Tomasic and Mia Zalukar. This long dance-work invites us to spend time with it, coming gradually into the layers of its texture. (…)
Transfer through the others and friction on the other, becomes the only area in which dance can construct some type of memory to itself. In this sense, the other is the witness and the participant as well.

”We should stop the stupid idea of having a body and instead consider our bodies as activity, as verbs, as movement and becoming. As long as we “have” and “possess” a body we are alwaysVariations gonna feel violated by language, discourse and the rest of representation”, writes a choreographer Mårten Spångberg, summarizing the utopian relationship of contemporary dance with the body, in yet another manifestation of the eternal struggle of dance with descartian dualism. The tradition of thinking about the body as something which belongs to us, which we own, or rent, something which we temporarily inhabit, is deeply imbedded in all religious dogmas, because the idea of life after life is based on it. However, the idea of ”body as property” isn’t just a religious mental reflex. The paradox of embodiment is most pronounced with disability, often perceived as an experience which separates the body from the self. (…)

But what is important to emphasize is that the choreographic body of Marjana Krajač isn’t a private body, neither does she fight solely for HER OWN body, resistant to social networks and arguing for an absolute control of its idiosyncrasies. The body of Marjana Krajač isn’t focused on the realization of her own (choreographic and dancing) singularity, but on the problematization of something we all care about together.”

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The agile curator and president of the Institute for the Research of the Avant-Garde from Zagreb Branko Franceschi  opens the exhibition “Circles of Interference”  on 27th January in Budapest Kassak Muzeum together with Silvija Malnar, Counsellor, Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Budapest and Csilla E. Csorba, General Director of the Petb’fi Literary Museum. The exhibition will be opened until 15 April, 2012.

The exhibition Circles of Interference, a collaborative effort between Marinko Sudac Collection, Kassák Museum and Institute for the Research of the Avant-garde, is based on the exchange and cooperative work between the editors of the avant-garde periodicals MA and Zenit, two that were among the most influential in the region at the beginning of the 1920’s. The exhibition covers the issues of networking and expansion of the avant-garde movement and the esthetic of Constructivism that, in between the two wars, had a strong and productive impact on the cultural life of the region.

Artists represented (in alphabetical order): Dragan Aleksić, Csuka Zoltán, Ivan Gol, Kassák Lajos, Ivana Tomljenović Meller, Ljubomir Micić, Marijan Mikac, Farkas Molnár, Branko Ve Poljanski, Bortnyik Sándor, Boško Tokin, Traveleri (Josip Seissel /Jo Klek, Miho Schön, Čedomil Plavšić)…

Magazines and editions: MA, Zenit, Út, Munka, Dada-Jok, Dada Tank, 100%, Dokumentum, Svetokret, Kinofon.

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The 2012 International Computer Music Conference will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 9-15 September (dead line for submitting papers and music is 15th February). It is organized by IRZU – the Institute for Sonic Arts Research and supported by the Faculty of Computer and Information Science as well as the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. IRZU is a young non government organization, based on an interdisciplinary concept and is conducting artistic productions in the field of electro-acoustic music / inter-media performances and installations, as well as audio technology research and educational activities. The ICMC 2012 will be held in cllaboration with our annual sonic arts festival EarZoom which is becoming a referential international platform for discussing the latest developments within audio technology research well as critical and conceptual approaches in sonic arts practices.

The conference welcomes the submission of a wide range of papers and music, covering all aspects of technical, creative and aesthetic issues around the use of computers in music. The theme of the 2012 conference is “Non-Cochlear Sound”, which can be understood as an analogy to the Duchampian notion of non-retinal art. The aim is to investigate the potential of sound as a medium and further, the potentials of music in conjunction with new technologies to create new possibilities of artistic expression, which could create a closer relation to language and consequentially, enable generation of meaning and production of knowledge.

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The exhibition will be opened in Slovenian Gallery “Skuc” (Ljubljana, 21st December, 2011 – 12the January, 2012) as the reflection and expansion on the previous part the curator Branko Franceschi has  successfully introduced last month in New York.

High Times: Reflections of Pscyhedelia in Socialist Yugoslavia 1966 – 1976 makes manifest the ever intriguing and fruitful rapport between vanguard artists and popular culture, occurring within the unique context of a society that managed to create its own political, economic, and social system based on its vacillation between East and West during the height of the Cold War.

In the broader cultural sense, the entire collection of High Times: Reflections of Pscyhedelia in Socialist Yugoslavia 1966 – 1976 aims to change the accustomed understanding of Yugoslavia’s neo-avant-garde and new media practices as being inexpressive or too serious in their social engagement and agenda, as well as colorless and materially reduced in their formal aesthetics. (Excerpt from an essay by curator Branko Franceschi.)

Presented works (some from Marinko Sudac collection), performances and music of the authors: Marina Abramović, Marjan Ciglič, Grupa 220, Indeksi, Korni grupa, Mišo Kovač, Zdenka Kovačićek & Nirvana, Naško Križnar, Josipa Lisac, Ivan Martinac, Slavko Matković, Miroslav Mikuljan, Vladimir Petek, Marko Pogačnik, Ante Verzotti, Slobodan Šijan, Ljubomir Šimunić, Time, Petar Trinajstić, Uragani

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The  Croatian Gallery Zitnjak invites You to a special exhibition about Art & Food connection on Saturday, 15th October, from 3 pm. till evening. The artists, as well as guests will prepare some food, while testing the recipes!

Some of the very famous Croatian artists will show their skills on preparing and tasting food:

VLASTA ŽANIĆ, MARIJAN MOLNAR, BORIS CVJETANOVIĆ, VLADIMIR FRELIH, ANTONIJA BALIĆ ŠIMRAK, VESNA POKAS, MARKO MARKOVIĆ, ZORAN PAVELIĆ, JASENKA BULJ, JASENKO RASOL, HAMO ČAVRK, DALIBOR MARTINIS, TANJA DABO, MLADEN STILINOVIĆ, BORIS SEKULIĆ, ŽELJKO BADURINA, IVANA JELAVIĆ, ANA HUŠMAN, MARIJAN CRTALIĆ, HRVOJE ŠERCAR, DENIS KRAŠKOVIĆ, ĐORĐE JANDRIĆ, MEJRA MUJIČIĆ, KATA MIJATOVIĆ, DORA KOVAČEVIĆ, VLADIMIR MEGLIĆ, ALEM KORKUT, HRVOJE MITROV, IRENA SERTIĆ, ANTUN BOŽIČEVIĆ, BOŽO KATIĆ

Although it’s the season of “sour cucumbers” and many artists are still trying to make conceptually fun of serious topics, we stay on a position of reflecting scientifically/artistic synthesis and adore deep affectionate synesthesia.

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 Anne Bean and the Live Art Development Agency would like to invite you to a  special event, a performance by:

Vlasta Delimar and Milan Bozic

Absolute Artist (Memories and Feelings) Antonio Gotovac Lauer

On: Wednesday 12 October at 7pm.

At: Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London E2

Antonio G. Lauer a.k.a Tomislav Gotovac (1937-2010) is representing Croatia at the 54th Biennale di Venezia in the exhibition entitled One Needs to Live Self-Confidently… Tomislav Gotovac was an avant-garde film director and performer, whose complex and multi-layered projects, combining a range of different art practices, are considered pioneering and anticipatory in the areas of structuralist and experimental film, conceptual art, body art, and performance.

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International Interdisciplinary Symposium PHILOSOPHY OF MEDIA – Issues of founding, establishing and/or revelation,  will be held on the Croatian island Cres between 16-18 September, 2011. Media-via portal editor M.A. Vesna Srnic is invited to present her papers “Glocal Multimedia Art” at the symposium, organised in the year in which we celebrate the centenary of the  birth of Marshall McLuhan.

In front of Program comitee PhD. Divna Vuksanovic (Serbia) and PhD. Sead Alic (Croatia) stressed: “We live in a time of media intercession, networking, virtual worlds, a growing impact of mass media on politics, culture, human life, experience, or even opinions as such. We exist in a time when the immersion into the world of the mass media reminds us of the fact that we as human beings throughout history have been determined by some sort of media and that only the modern preoccupation with the (mass) media has given rise to an awareness of (partial or total) oblivion of media intercession,especially during times of oral communication, written and print form.” (…)   “In this sense, the philosophy of media co-opts the scientific research of linguistics, psycholinguistics, media theory, the theory of special art, knowledge of techniques and technologies, research psychology, medicine, phonetics, cultural and visual studies, and other science disciplines, theoretical knowledge and practice experience.” tENrNp4O_ZE

Symposium sponsors are  Ministry of Science, Education and Sports of the Republic of Croatia, Croatian National Tourist Board, Town of Cres and Hotel Kimen Cres.

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International festival of mental health, exhibition, performances, theatre plays, cinema, conference.

It is the first international project of this kind in this region. Find the answers to how we became mad, how autism and theatre are connected, do we perhaps need mental pacemakers or how does one fall in love with the Eiffel Tower, by coming to the festival, October 20-24, 2010 at Pogon Jedinstvo and Mochvara Club in Zagreb.

October 23, Saturday (11-16h conference)
● Panel 1: How We Became Mad
11:15h Dušan Bijelić (RS/US), Freud’s Self-Orientalism and the “Nazi Symptom” of Psychoanalysis
12h Ana Peraica (HR), The Victims’ Symptom
12:20h Zoran Roško (HR), How Did We All Become Mad?
● Panel 2: Doctoring the Mind
13:45h Sergio Benvenuto (IT), Age of Happiness, Age of Depression
14:30h Adi Hasanbašić (BA), The Voice of Madness Live on Air
14:50h Leonard Roy Frank (US), Electroshock Damages the Brain and Destroys Memory / video conference

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This season Shakespeare`s last family drama „Storm“ with the main character Prosper as his autobiographical complement, will be premierely played on  23 July, 2010 on  Croatian island Brijuni.  Philosophical, yet lightly and very impressively natural in style, Serbedzija`s acting is a performance in natural ambience of Fortress Minor without multimedia devices and effects, a sort of real arte povera.

Rade Serbedzija (Croatia, 1946) has played in more than 50 films abroad and in about 100 in his native Croatia and previous Yougoslavia. He is famous for his roles in Hollywood films: Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Space Cowboys (2000), Mission: Impossible II (2000), Batman Begins (2005), Love Life (2007), as well as in TV series like “CSI: Miami” ( Seeing Red (2009) and Sink or Swim (2009)) His last roles are in David Yates films:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I (2010) and II (2011).

Some very famous actors are his close family friends and partners like Vanessa Redgrave and Tom Cruise.

Serbedzija is highly respected for his theater Ullysses on the Croatian island Brijuni, premierely opened with Shakespeare`s King Lear in 2001, directed by his wife Lenka Udovicki, and therefore has lasted a decade suprising thousands of  spectators with masterworks each year: Medey (2002), Marat-Sade (2003), Play Beckett (2004), Hamlet (2005), Tesla Electric Company (2006), Krleza today (2007), Romeo and Juliet `68 (2008), Kaligula (2008), Don Juan (2009). This season Shakesperae`s last family drama „Storm“ with the main character Prosper as his autobiographical complement, will be premierely played on  23 July, 2010.

While healing his traumas by natural elements, Prosper reaches clear consciousness,  leaving some poisonous aspects of the past behind and opening the future by emphasising the Reality of Now.

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Croatian Gallery Zitnjak in Zagreb invites you on June 14, 2010  to a multimedia programme ”More Passive Than Every Passivity” prepared by Božena Končić Badurina.

Project “‘More Passive Than Every Passivity” was realized during Badurina`s  two months stay in New York, while residentially involved in EERE (Eastern European Residency Exchange), a non profite organization which promotes contemporary art. A project includes five situations/performances held in Art in General and video documentations of these works. Badurina researches the relation between public and subject, especially in urban social situations – waiting rooms, lifts, subways, breaks etc., while she stresses the structures of power in these relationships.

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Vlasta Delimar and  The Artistic organization “Moja zemlja Staglinec” invite to an international artist meeting at Staglinec, close to Koprivnica town, on Saturday, 19th June, 2010, at 5 pm.