Tonight, 20th April 2018 at 19h, opening of photography exhibition “Imaginary journey- Spaces to inhabit”, by Eva Barton, Jorge Fabián Castillo and Jordi Vic, Dom kulture Studentski grad, Bulevar Zorana Djindjica 179
Eva Barton (Hungary)
Jorge Fabian Foto Castillo (Mexico)
Jordi Vic (Catalonia)
Traveling is not only a state of geographic mobility, it can also be an internal state, reflexive, an interior glance that has its own time and its own images that spring from the imaginary.
Photography can represent the world but not the imaginary. It’s here where artists situate themselves and gamble for photography as a means to get to that imaginary inexistent of the real – making it palpable, sensible and intimate with proposals.
Whether it is for a re-creation of broken sentiments where destiny is decisive to continue, or finalize, or a longing for the faded memories of a city that one felt and suffered, nostalgia for the memories that I would like to move in the distance and recover from that distance, or delve deeply into profound sentiments of the everyday and decide to travel inward in order to see myself and recognize between memory and the existence of time.
These are forms of moving with the knowledge that traveling is not only physical, but also interior and reflexive in order to arrive to the awareness of being sensible.
With the support of Embajada de México en Serbia & Collegium Hungaricum Belgrád