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SLOBODAN LET - Maga Magazinović // Maga Magazinovic through Time and Space

Slobodan let, Maga Magazinović, kroz vremensku i prostornu disperziju je transmedijski projekt u kome se integrisanjem vizuelnih sadržaja i dokumentarne građe /- citati, fotografije, dokumenti i arhivska građa / kao i plesnih improvizacija pred kamerom u Beogradu i Berlinu, preko nekoliko celina formira vizuelni i zvučni ambijent i u okviru zamišljene i novostvorene realnosti odvija narativ o Magi Magazinović, jedinstvenoj ličnosti početka 20. veka, koja je promenila percepciju uloge i mesta žene u društvu i pokrenula značajne inicijative u vezi emancipacije žene, značaja fizičke kulture stanovništva za formiranje izbalansirane i celovite ličnosti. Aktuelnost njene misli i avangardnost stvaralaštva otvarale su puteve i širile vidike ka novom i drugačijem svetu.

Autorka: Gordana Kaljalovic

Koautorka: Branka Pavlovic


Izložbu je podržala Rekonstrukcija Ženski Fond (RŽF) u okviru programa Specijalni fokus, i Kino radionica, koja je producirala snimanje i postprodukciju video materijala.


Maga Magazinovic through Time and Space


The exhibition Maga Magazinovic through Time and Space represents a transmedia project / by Gordana Kaljalovic, author and Branka Pavlovic,co-author/ which attempts to illustrate the importance of Maga Magazinović (1882-1968) the exceptional personality, reformer, theoretician, philosopher, feminist, choreographer and founder of the School of Rhythmics and Plastics. In the first half of the 20th century, in a patriarchal Serbia, Maga fought against the conventional stereotyping of women and their position in a society dominated by men. Her activities and her unique and contemporary ideas were expressed on many levels. Maga attempted to bring modern Europe to Serbia encouraging dialogue between cultures, languages and nations. By integrating dance improvisations filmed on locations in Belgrade and Berlin (the two cities that were milestones in Maga’s biography and her work), documentary material, quotations, photographs and archival material into separate visual units an attempt has been made to establish links between past and present, virtual and real, permanent and transient, and thus to promote a cultural transfer between Belgrade & Berlin, the Balkans & Europe.


Author: Gordana Kaljalović

Co-author: Branka Pavlović


The exhibition was supported by the Reconstruction Women's Fund (RWF) as part of the Special Focus program, and the Kino radionica, which produced the recording and post-production of the video material.




DVE MAGE // DUALITY

dancers: Milica Tančić // Mariana Hilgert

camera: Max von Mathiessen // Branka Pavlović

editing: Branka Pavlović

music: Cedric Vermue/Breathing water, solo-piano

filmed at: TATWERK, Berlin, February 2023




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