01 Name of author/applicant:
Intervention in public space
03 Project title:
04 Description (not exceeding 50 words):
An object created by the elaboration of artefacts typical for traditional intimate spaces – of tronožac (a traditional Serbian three-legged stool, translator’s note) and flute, is located in the public space known as Saborište (a traditional place of ceremonial gatherings, and later a place of organised resistance against invaders). By merging these two forms, developing their compositional relationships and by moving from the intimate space into the public one, the final form is being augmented using the multiplication principle.
05 Impressum (production, place, year, other authors of the team):
Sofija Mitrović, the International Multimedia Art Colony Tršić, 2018; Art Director of the International Multimedia Art Colony Tršić: Marko Lađušić; realisation collaborator: Bojan Lukić; photo models: Zmaj Lađušić and Bojan Lukić
07 Biography (not exceeding 100 words):
Sofija Mitrović graduated from and obtained her Master’s Degree at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. She was a member of the teams that organised workshops and an exhibitor at several exhibitions held in Montenegro and Serbia about the architecture of cultural institutions. She also participated as an exhibitor within RIBA (the Royal Institute of British Architects) validation process at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, where she obtained a RIBA Part 2 Degree. As a member of student section, she took part at Prague Quadrennial 2015, when Serbian representatives were awarded the Gold Medal for Provoking a Dialogue. In the same year, she started doctoral academic studies of Scene Design at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad. Her fields of interest are human beings in relation to space, art and architecture.