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BIZARRE LOVE TRIANGLE. THE PUBLIC SCULPTURES OF NOVI SAD


The project Bizarre Love Triangle. The Public Sculptures of Novi Sad is designed  as a joint platform of students and lecturers from art academies in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Serbia. The aim of the project is to analise the recent developments in the sculpture scene of Novi Sad while developing critical thinking skills among the participating young artists. They will investigate the relationship between urban architecture and public sculpture as well as the process of urban planning in the case of Novi Sad. This will enable them to create a critical overview of the artistic accomplishments during the last twenty years when the development of the city public sculptures is concerned. Gathering young artists from different countries in one team will not only boost interaction, exchange of ideas and creativity, but will also improve their knowledge of art and culture, theory of art and the importance of artists’ communication with the public spaces of a city.

WORKSHOP TIMETABLE City Tour Map. The Public Sculptures of Novi Sad

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
September 2014 – preparation period
October 2014 - workshop, exhibition
November 2014 to January 2015 - design and printing of the publication
February 2015 – project completion
  • day 1

    October 2014
    • The participants gather in Novi Sad
  • day 2

    October 2014
    • Introduction and presentation of participants
    • visiting key places in the city
    • Lecture: SOCIAL SCULPTURE - POLITICS, IM/MATERIALITY, PUBLIC DISCOURSE
    • preparation for the field work
  • day 3

    October 2014
    • lecture: URBAN SPACE - THE SPACE FOR POSSIBLE ARTISTIC INTERVENTIONS
    • preparation for the field work
  • day 4

    October 2014
    • lecture: ART IN PUBLIC SPACE: SPACIAL STRATEGIES
    • preparation for the field work
  • day 5

    October 2014
    • lecture: The position of the artist in the existing systems and processes to build aesthetic images of the city
    • preparation for the field work
  • day 6

    October 2014
    • preparation for the field work
    • the selection of works for the exhibition
  • day 7

    October 2014
    • Setting up the works for the exhibition
    • exhibition opening
  • day 8

    October 2014
    • Participants return to their homes