Site: "Casablanca" Apartment, Ilica in Zagreb Center
Title: SHADOW ZONES / Experimental Cinema History in Yugoslavia; or, a Cinema and a History Made and Unmade by Maps
Artist: Zone Collective (Kirila Cvetkovska and Megan Hoetger)
Date: 15th July–16th October 2021
Fridays 14h-18h, Saturdays by appointment
Shadow Zones is an installation by the Zone Collective, which presents materials from Croatian and Slovenian perspectives on Yugoslav experimental film histories. The work is shown as a deconstructed theatre play, with a narrative web that unfolds over time and across on-site and online spaces in Amsterdam and beyond.

Shadow Zones takes place within the framework of Synchronic Cinema, a series of works with (dis)placed narrators, presented over the duration of 2021 with Ott Metusala, Clémence Lollia Hilaire, Eric Baudelaire, Kent Chan, Zone Collective and Yazan Khalili. The physical works are shown in Westerdok, with online stories appearing here.

When Site Lost the Plot is an artist-run project where each chapter is based on a different location, working with site as a fiction preceded by plots going beyond it. We host an exhibition space, a kitchen, a screening window, a public phone number, and an archive of stories across formats.

Westerdok 782, 1013BV, Amsterdam
Background: by Luca Napoli
WSLTP is Aram Lee and Quenton Miller

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