/ Zagreb (walk, 2006)

Live Art, as a part of exhibition Sweetest Dream, Unity and Dissonance in Europe, walk on the streets of Zagreb, Croatia. 6 hours, 6 people, 6 flags. 2007

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‘…Advanced Science of Morphology’, the walk route, 6 people, 3 hours.
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‘…Advanced Science of Morphology’, the walk route, 6 people, 3 hours.

 

‘…Advanced Science of Morphology’ is a project that questions the possibility
of unity in Europe by reflecting on the changes that have happened to the countries
that once made up Yugoslavia.

Alongside the public art presentations of the work and the gallery exhibitions, the flags were carried through a number of cities as a form of live art event. This time in Zagreb, we took the flags to area of Mamutica in the perifery as well as the City center. Passing through various parts of the city was synonymous with ‘bridging the borders’ (one aspect the morphed flags project supports). The walking performances also gave passers-by the opportunity to talk with the flag bearers and myself. The reception of the project and debate with passers, varied from friendly to aggressive.

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‘…Advanced Science of Morphology’, the walk route, 6 people, 3 hours.
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‘…Advanced Science of Morphology’, the walk route, 6 people, 3 hours.
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‘…Advanced Science of Morphology’, the walk route, 6 people, 3 hours.

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