Belgrade, the Republic of Serbia
Strand/category: European cooperation projects
Deadline: December 1st 2018
Cultural operator(s): Polimorf collective
Short description: Polimorf is a loose collective of sculptors, painters, illustrators, street artists, graphic and industrial designers, photographers and scenographers situated in New Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. Officially and legally formed in March 2013. We combined our colorful backgrounds and decided that urban intervention was going to be our primary goal as a group. The space in which we act is mainly deteriorated, abandoned and unused. To us, it serves as an inspiration and to passers-by as an open air gallery. The idea is to have a dual effect: firstly, there is the creation, development, learning. Secondly, giving and sharing ourselfs with others - artists and those who are not. Creating a space which can offer more than just an empty field, rotten walls, unused spaces and public areas - that is our goal.
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Field(s): visual arts, interdisciplinary, artists mobility, audience development
We are a young collective that has no experience in international cooperation, but we would like to join the European coopration project that:
- increase the mobility of artists (art residencies, art colonies, traveling exhibitions, etc.)
- contribute to audience development: along with one gallery and a cultural centre, we are one of the few cultural organizations that is located in New Belgrade, the largest municipality in Belgrade (220,000 inhabitants).
We have a good communication with the local community. During the past activities we managed to bring together neighbors, primary and other interested young people. We would like to increase our field of activity by creating new outdoor programs (street art, art installations, sculptures ...).
The New Belgrade is a place known for modernist architecture and a large green areas, which would represent the terrain for the realization of our future programs.
We would like to take part in the European cooperation project that contribute to the development of cultural needs of local communities.
Countries: All countries
Profile: Art associations, galleries, workshop spaces and all interested organizations working in the field of artivism, visual arts, street art and art in public spaces.