The second phase of the DISSONANT (CO)SPACES project, after Belgrade workshop is taking place in Split and Trogir (+ excursion to Makarska riviera), from June 7 to June 10th 2017.
The Dissonant (Co)Spaces is a collaborative project by three regional CSO’s: Lokomotiva from Skopje, Foundation Jelena Santic from Belgrade and Loose Associations (Slobodne veze) from Zagreb. The project aims to reflect possibilities for reaffirming derelict, abandoned or “in between” spaces (due to the unresolved ownership status or other issues) created within different socio-political and spatial paradigm, by exploring both what those spaces can denote today as well as their potential for inclusion and civic participation through public debate, arts and culture.
This project is seen as an attempt to question and explore current processes of history and space-making while preserving some of the common values and memory through developing new spaces for culture that will promote openness, horizontality, solidarity and inclusion. Our aspirations are towards reactivating and re-making the spaces by producing new content, while preserving memory layers and developing discursive field in which they will be reflected.
– arrival of the participants to the Split airport
– Trogir city tour (visit to Motel Trogir (Motel Sljeme) and Soline park)
– Dinner and departure to Split by boat
– Split guided tour (including Dalmacijavino building, Katalinka memorial, Koteks Gripe sports and shopping complex, Dom mladih, Split 3)
– Closed working session
– Krvavica and Brela (excursion by bus)
– Return to Split and internal working session
– working session
– departure of the guests
The project DISSONANT (CO) SPACES is funded by Balkan Arts and Culture Fund- BAC. BAC is supported by the Swiss Government through the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the European Cultural Foundation (ECF).
MOtel Trogir project in 2017 is supported by the Ministry of culture of teh Republic of Croatia and Kultura nova foundation (Zaklada Kultura nova).