Duration 1h 45 min no interval
Première 28.11.2019.

Iva Milošević: In Much Ado About Nothing I discovered something that rings true still today – the beating about the bush when love is at stake, the conscious and subconscious, the individual or joint tendency to overcomplicate the path to finding love. I wonder if man is still today ruled by fear, cynicism, preferring to give up on love rather than dream and believe in it. I am particularly saddened by the impression that I get of young people of the age when the institution of marriage can either become an obsession or something we want to run away from. I cannot escape the feeling that consumer societies tend to suffocate our desire for the real, spontaneous, shamelessly romantic love that is awaken by nature rather than by canons of civilisation. It seems to me that people today have become addicted to fast and continuous consumption of experiences, feelings and exchanges with other human beings. We tend to quickly reject one another as a worn piece of clothing in the false belief that we already know everything about the other and that we have seen everything they have to offer.

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Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic