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FROM DIASPORA TO DIVERSITIES
Autori i sudionici projekta: Tanja Ostojić, Dragan Protić (Škart), Ursula Kiesling, Anastas Vangeli, Nada Prlja, Ljiljana Deru Simić, Marko Lulić, Vladimir Pištalo, Igor Petković, Irena Karamarković, Johanna Marcade Mot, Milan Mijalković, Monika Mokre , Alexandra Lazar, Lidija Dimkovska, Elizabeth Šeleva, Melentie Pandilovski, Yane Çalovski, Sabina Guzik, Ivaylo Ditchev, Irena Bekic, Duga Mavrinac, Arian Leka, Dragoslav Dedović, Marko Stamenković, Mladen Bundalo, DiStruktura, Adijana Gvozdenović, Ivana Ivković, Jamesdin, Verica Kovačevska, Hana Miletić, Mirko Nikolić, Rajko Radovanović, Vahida Ramujkić, Nermin Duraković, Hana Miletić, Neli Ružić, Mirjana Boba Stojadinović, Janka Vukmir, Miroslav Karić.
The project “From Diaspora to Diversities” was realized during 2015 – 2017 in Belgrade, Zagreb, Graz, Skopje, Casablanca and Maastricht, in forms of exhibitions, workshops, conferences, discussions and presentations. The basic idea of the project was to review the meaning of the concept of diaspora in the Western Balkans, primarily in the field of contemporary culture, the changing environment and the way of life in the context of increasing mobility, globalization and cultural nomadism.
“Meditating upon the notion of diaspora itself, beyond the predominant ethnocentric and ethnic definitions, the project focused its research on a wide variety of experiences of both temporary and permanent dislocations from the original environments, that is to say, of living and/or working ‘somewhere abroad’.
The re-defining of the notion of diaspora has been the focus of theoretical debate for quite some time now.
These discussions have been further stimulated by the new constellations produced by the global social and political, technological and communication trends and developments, by the increase in international mobility or, to put it differently, by the intensification of cultural nomadism through hyper-production of international events and artistic and other residences throughout the world.
What are the experiences in the artists’ every day and professional life, what are the challenges in their adjustment and interaction with the specificities of the other environments are the starting point of this project’s research of the different kinds of life in diaspora and of the reasons behind the migration of the authors with origins from the Western Balkans to the international artistic and cultural stage.”