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Events | September 22, 2008 |

ATTITUDE 4 – video /short & experimental film / photography festival.
October 2-17, 2008

The artist’s attitude can show a destructible power in the society and can spring the individual to oppose the mind globalization by expressing its authenticity and particularity. Opposing the mind globalization and at the same time using the possibilities of the new technologies, which enables to realize the global communication, a contradiction has been made on which the concept of ATTITUDE is based on – the consciousness of the knowledge that the most powerful way against the mind globalization and concentration of power in the society are in the hands of the artist Going back into the almost abandoned idea that the world can be changed by the individual, ATTITUDE persistently represents the standpoint that the feebleness to change the world is an instigation for changing ourselves.

Can the artist be identified through his(her) own work considering the fact that the new visions and attitudes are changing the image of a new world?

.organizer Center for Contemporary Public Arts ELEMENTI
.partner Luca Curci – International Art Expo (Italy)
.curator Biljana Petrovska Isijanin
.place Bitola, Macedonia – Cultural Center “Magaza”

.artists
Tamara Erde
. Israel | Maurizio Piccirillo . Italy | Luca Curci . Italy | Nadia Perrotta . Italy | Lorenzo Fumagalli . Italy | Amy Cohen Banker . USA | Mauricio Mayorga . Colombia

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