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Zenitiranje Zenitizmom

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Music: “Life” by Spiningmerkaba, Album Crown Chakra

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This video focalises 100 years  Zenit* front cover's desighs, digitally procesed through a fast animation sequence and kaleidoscopic display, drawing readers into a constructivist provocation inspired by the magazine’s avant-garde ethos. The accompanying music was randomly found via sinhronisation of the artist's mind and the universe, while the spoken word fleshes out the meaning.

 

Zenit*: International Review of Arts and Culture was a Yugoslav avant-garde magazine published in 43 numbers in 34 volumes in Zagreb (Feb 1921-May 1923) and Belgrade (Jun 1923-Dec 1926).

"Zenitism* (Serbo-Croatian: Zenitizam / Зенитизам) was an art movement in Yugoslavia from 1921 until 1926, first in Zagreb from 1921 to 1924 and from 1924 in Belgrade. It primarily involved visual artsgraphic designpoetryliteraturetheatrefilmarchitecture and music.[1] Like other avant-garde movements at the time, it held anti-war, anti-bourgeois and anti-nationalist views and rejected traditional culture and art. Micić defined it as "abstract metacosmic expressionism." From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia