The AUDIO exhibition “Jasenovac, Death Camp, Land of the Living”, near Paris, where the exhibition opened last week, will also be shown in Gracanica. The exhibition opens on Wednesday evening, April 13, at the Pristina-Gracanica Art Gallery and the Gracanica Cultural Center.
Bishop Teodosije of Raska-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija, director of the Archives of Kosovo and Metohija Marko Markovic, curator of the Museum of Genocide Victims Stefan Radojkovic and author Darko Nikolic will speak at the opening.
The exhibition brings eight radio stories about the victims of the Jasenovac camp, and the roles of narrators were entrusted to actors Radivoje Raša Bukvić and Bojana Kovačević Gajin, who recorded the stories and guides.
Visitors are provided with a personal, interactive and multidimensional experience through a web application, which they access from their mobile phones, with the help of headsets. Special installations in the space have been designed around the radio stories, which help to deepen that experience.
The exhibition is inspired by historical events, but it is not historical in character, but represents a kind of personal artistic reflection in audio form.
The producer of the exhibition is the digital agency NextGame from Belgrade, while the Museum of Genocide Victims provided the necessary professional support. The authors are Bogdan Španjević and Darko Nikolić, and the expert consultant is the historian Jasmina Tutunović Trifunov, senior curator at the Museum.
According to the organizers, the message of the exhibition is to look to life and not to death, to light and not to darkness.
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