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3. October 1941, Maltese Falcon Print

Maja Milovanovic


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. WAR FRAMES - 6 drawing techniques - graphite on paper, format - 50 x 70 cm The text and the images presented through the composition of drawings are designed by using internet search terms. They start from the date of the events which took place during premieres of certain films during WWII (the dates themselves are taken from Popovic’s diary, describing the exact same days), all the way to contemporary phenomena and concepts, as the current "war framework." 1. maj 1941 Citizen Kane (1941), Orson Wells 26. jun 1941 The Reluctant Dragon (1941), Walt Disney 23. oktobar 1941 Dambo (1941), Walt Disney 14.novembar1941 Suspicion (1941), Alfred Hitchcock 3.oktobar 1941 Maltese Falcon (1941), John Huston The compositional whole is shaped in the form of social networks design (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube...), in which images and text together create a a key picture relationship – a reproduced frame from the film and the manuscripts, preview images, status, hashtag, comments...

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Size:12 W x 9 H x 0.1 D in


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Maja currently working on the project “THE MYTH OF THE CONSTRUCTOR”. It is based on the re-articulation and the revival of Luka Popovic's intimate moments and their correlation with historical visual patterns. The whole project is based on the diary which was written by Popovic, dated from March 1941 til November 1942, as well as his photographs (dated in 1952-1980). • Luka Popovic was born in 1926. and died in 2006. He was a civil engineer. He worked on the construction of numerous significant buildings, and infrastructure on the territory of Yugoslavia and beyond.His writing and photos were accidentally found and saved from destruction. He wrote and took photographs, as he says “as a hobby and with love” (quote from the genealogy of the Popovic family). • The works represent an interpretation, in fact, the reproduction of specific contents from Luka Popovic's diary and photos, and his intimate perception through two of his life stages (adolescence and adulthood), in relation to the two key historical periods (the beginning of WWII and the golden age of the revival and the development of the socialist system), significant in the context of social and personal identity. Maja was born on May 1st 1977, is currently living and working in Belgrade as Visual artist and Professor of Art Drawing and painting in School of design (Secondary school- college).

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