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Project Yugoslavia involves 100 participants of various ages, histories and backgrounds from the region of the former Yugoslavia. Instead of posing specific questions, every participant was given a card with information about an object from the Museum’s collection containing the object’s description, date or period when it was made, and its origin. Through this method we aimed to translate the Museum’s collection of material traces of the past (collection of artifacts) to the form of living comments, ideas, and thoughts for the future....

The project Fiery Greetings was conceived as a reexamination of the socialist Yugoslavia, its structure, character and legacy, through the prism of construction of the socialist childhood, which is revealed in the photographs from albums sent to Josip Broz Tito....

In the form of participatory art project Family Album is researching family narratives of Roma families living in today's Serbia and Montenegro through their private photo-albums and interviews....

As a starting point, curators chose the phenomena of the Youth Day celebrations and it’s closing ceremony – Slet. The concept the exhibition explores is the nature of collective memory and the perception of historical heritage....

Mapping the memories of the City of Belgrade – Archive photographs on the ceramic plates mounted on the facades in Kralja Petra street, Kosančićev venac, Velike stepenice and Karadjordjeva street, Belgrade....

Searching for the nature of contemporary art, the authors were having discussions with 81 people, each of them providing their answer to the very same question respectively: “What does art mean for you?” ...

Communication project challenges and examines the possibilities for a consistent dialogue among the members of different ethnic groups while applying the communication methods based upon photography workshops. Project starts from the belief that art is an efficient tool in solving the social and political problems. ...