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Branko Stanojević

Solunska 32, Belgrade, Serbia
Branko Stanojević (1983) is a Serbian architect and artist. He collaborated on awarded projects as Recognition ULUPUDS, Award Ranko Radovic 2009 and Recognition of the Salon of Architecture, Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2009 and 2011. At the Salon of Architecture, he was awarded in 2014 and 2015. In 2016, he worked as a member of the jury at the Salon of Architecture 2016. He has won the award on the competition Beta city 2016-Biennale Architecture Timisoara in Romania 2016.

Anti-monument TITO


Monument which does not recognize nationalism and religion, but a basic human need to understand the world around

Anti-monument TITO


Monument which does not recognize nationalism and religion, but a basic human need to understand the world around
The monument that does not make any conclusions, but open some new questions
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The psychological magic of Tito's death forced Mustafa Odobašić alone, to carry alone, in the name of love, 12 tons of stone up the hill Vratolomac above Zvornik to imprint the name of Tito. The absurdity of every war forced me to leave 13 white circles on the remains of Mustafa Odobašić’s inscription, meaning TITO in Braille letters. The meaning remains the same, only the lettering differs. The letter does not recognize nationalism and religion, but a basic human need to understand the world around. "A WATCHING LETTER" becomes anti-memorial now, allowing the viewer to understand the unspeakable. It encourages irony that destabilizes the memory and opens up discussion on how we remember and what we remember. It does not impose meaning, but rather forming a personal and collective responsibility of the individual according to the events that led to the disappearance of many lives that once loved to look at the TITO sign.



Anti-monument TITO


Monument which does not recognize nationalism and religion, but a basic human need to understand the world around

Anti-monument TITO


Monument which does not recognize nationalism and religion, but a basic human need to understand the world around
The monument that does not make any conclusions, but open some new questions
File under

The psychological magic of Tito's death forced Mustafa Odobašić alone, to carry alone, in the name of love, 12 tons of stone up the hill Vratolomac above Zvornik to imprint the name of Tito. The absurdity of every war forced me to leave 13 white circles on the remains of Mustafa Odobašić’s inscription, meaning TITO in Braille letters. The meaning remains the same, only the lettering differs. The letter does not recognize nationalism and religion, but a basic human need to understand the world around. "A WATCHING LETTER" becomes anti-memorial now, allowing the viewer to understand the unspeakable. It encourages irony that destabilizes the memory and opens up discussion on how we remember and what we remember. It does not impose meaning, but rather forming a personal and collective responsibility of the individual according to the events that led to the disappearance of many lives that once loved to look at the TITO sign.




Idea by

Branko Stanojević
Solunska 32
Belgrade
Serbia
Branko Stanojević (1983) is a Serbian architect and artist. He collaborated on awarded projects as Recognition ULUPUDS, Award Ranko Radovic 2009 and Recognition of the Salon of Architecture, Museum of Applied Arts in Belgrade in 2009 and 2011. At the Salon of Architecture, he was awarded in 2014 and 2015. In 2016, he worked as a member of the jury at the Salon of Architecture 2016. He has won the award on the competition Beta city 2016-Biennale Architecture Timisoara in Romania 2016.