What made traces in my memories from the Serbia Trip, was the “Monument to the Revolution” which is a sculpture made from 1969 to 1972 by Dusan Dzamonja. It is placed at Mrakovica, that is one of the highest peaks of Kozara Mountian. The sculpture is a memorial to the fierce battle and 2,500 Yugoslav partisan fighters and 68,500 mostly Serb civilians killed during the world war 2, in the concentrations camps from june to july 1942 by the german nazies, Ustase, Hungerian and Kozara offensives.
WRITING SOUND 2
A growing collection of texts and sounds, performances and talks initiated by Daniela Cascella.
Overgaden LECTURES: Art + Science – Towards a Third Culture?
October 24–25, 2014
Institute of Contemporary Art
Overgaden Neden Vandet 17
DK-1414 Copenhagen K