DAILY PROGRAM :: 02/10/2017 Click here for full program
  Monday, 02/10/2017, 19 : 00
Deli Monday: Reconstruction Women’s Fund

Reconstruction Women’s Fund have launched this campaign with the idea to problematize spending of public money and in the same time to consider where we can contribute individually.
In situation when we are not thought to think about public money, it’s meaning and tracking, when we are financially illiterate, when we just talk about it and accept it as a social value in capitalism, we find this education important. We raise the question: How so that we are working our whole life and rarely ask ourselves: WHERE OUR MONEY GOES?
This night you know for sure that your money and 200 RSD token goes for veggie menu:
-       Bećarac to warm up the soul
-       Breadcrumbs made from buckwheat, corn, sesame and oats
-       Green smoothie for brain duty
-       Vege muffins with message in it
For artistic program participants in educational campaign present:
-       street radio – street radio from Zrenjanin
-       interviews with Roma women on topic of labor rights – PAOR Zrenjanin
-       Film projection from the festival Uhvati film/ Catch the film, Novi Sad
-       Marko Paunović, live performance
-       DJ Katarina Lončarević, aktivist

Night of solidarity, pleasure and joy!

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  Monday, 02/10/2017, 20 : 00 - 15/10/2017
Nataša Kokić: Probability Distribution

As an award winner, Nataša Kokić need no particular introduction, with 18 solo shows and multiple group exhibitions behind her as well as two important awards, Vladimir Veličković award for drawing (2013) and Dimitrije Bašićević Mangelos award (2014).
Since she started exhibiting in 2006 Kokić was always expressing through drawings. But her concept to drawing has been very structural, where one larger monumental drawing contains of numerous smaller ones fitted like a puzzle.
Probability distribution is further examining this structuralist approach, as Kokić was initially inspired by antique philosophers. The title corresponds to probable positions of electrons within an atomic nucleus, as she states: “The works are analogies of modern person’s choices and prospects in contemporary society along with their aftermath. Every sub theme starts with one image that functions as a ‘seed’ which then develops into imaginary movements and repetitions. The ambiance they create should remind of possible antique temples.”
In order to furthermore intensify her structuralist concept, Kokić restrains from using any type of fixating agents on her drawings. By using organic materials only, charcoal and paper, she emphasizes the possibility of change. The drawings stay unstable and can be affected, can be a subject of probability distribution, representing those unstable electrons forming a visually stable representation, which is still susceptible to change and is not finite.
The exhibition will be opened until 15 October. Working hours of the gallery: every day 2 – 8 pm.

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