DAILY PROGRAM :: 16/10/2017 Click here for full program
  Monday, 16/10/2017, 19 : 00
Delicacy Monday: Baštalište

Join us on October 16th and enjoy delicious veggie food:

Menu 1: Magic pumpkin potage & Autumn corn bread

Menu 2: Satarash a la “Bastaliste” & Autumn corn bread

Plus cakes: Bas lavander cake, Pumkin cake, Banana bread (cakes are not included in the menu)

Beside food, you’ll have the opportunity to apply for membership, volunteering and workshops in the comming season.

Bastaliste is a community of urban gardeners where we have set our community garden in 2013. It is located 10km from the city centre. Wider perspective of Bastaliste includes raising awareness of the expert, political and general public on the importance and benefits of community gardening, as well as the community garden promotion as a tool for ecological, social and economic city development.

  Monday, 16/10/2017, 20 : 00 - 29/10/2017
Maja Gecić i Aleksandra Antić - Fiber of Our Being

The project deals with Yugoslav industrial heritage, linking it with migration and personal histories. Both artists researched the disappearance of Belgrade textile factories, through different approach. The final result is a multimedia exhibit consisting of video, sculpture, print and installation art.
Starting from her mother’s personal experience, as a worker in Belgrade Cotton Factory, Antić is using a reconstruction method to research the relations between inner, psychological and outer, sociological model of life, in contexts of migration and assimilation. She will present an installation and a performance, referencing the concept of seriality of the factory production, through a philosophical assertion of repetition and in particular Deleuzean thread considering the act of creation as an act of resistance.
On the other hand, Gecić explores a different factory, Belgrade Wool Factory, from an anthropological angle, focusing on collective memory of retired workers by documenting their memories and mutual conversations. She was collecting genuine products of the factory to make interventions, thus trying to establish museological context by merging material and immaterial heritage.

Their intentions to research the relations between disappearing collective history and society structures along with current shifts of both individual and collective identity should impose questions about artistic practice and the role of the artist through contemporary issues of impermanence and materiality
Fiber of Our Being will be opened until 29 October.

The realization of the exhibition is supported by Helpmann Academy Foundation