From : Zagreb, Croatia
To: Lurnaca, Cyprus

Exhibition Famagusta: Memory Map

Interdisciplinary, Visual Arts

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How did this grant contribute to the realization of your project in regard to artistic exchange, local cultural development and/or the promotion of cultural diversity?

I was shooting interviews and preparing materials for the multimedia installation/ exhibition "Famagusta: Memory Map" (this part with my colleague Boris Bakal). Installation/exhibition had intention to attract, besides the general audience, those whose lives have been intertwined with Famagusta and invite them to give their testimonies. The exhibition (under the supervision of my colleague Katarina Pejovic) took place on June 23 and 24 in the wonderful space of the former Cider Factory now run by Mythos Theatre whose leaders were of big help to us. The workshop and the exhibition were immensely helpful for the overall project involving more than 300 people audience, numerous collaborators, our partners from Omada One/Off and their aides.

How does exchange, networking and international contacts contribute to the development of your artistic and cultural project?

This project is all about people and about sharing experiences which could be then again exchanged and disseminated. This project would not be possible without exchange and networking. First between partners and then with the wider audience.

Can you elaborate on the learning and knowledge you have gained and shared throughout this experience?

Mobility has led to increasing my competence and skills, mostly by experiencing different cultures, conditions of work and meeting and working with different people.

Roberto Cimetta Fund

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