- Title: Storyplace 
- Author: Boba Mirjana Stojadinović / RS
- Date: 25.05
- Tags: environment, literature, visual arts
STORYPLACE is a three-fold spatial intervention that works with text and image in form of a stencil.
The work opens up before the audience as a three-fold intervention in public space. It happens in a space in motion (tramway No. 2), in the open air (Sava mala sidewalks), and in a closed space (Geozavod, the pre-war Trade society palace).
These places host stories relating to the context they are produced in—through STORYPLACE different spatial and narrative leads are followed and transformed into visual performative stories to be shared among people who engage with them and people who don’t, the tram, the old palace and the streets one temporarily drives through/walks/inhabits.
A short STORYPLACE dictionary would include: moving through (a city), transportation, tramway, a walk, footsteps, stories, places, stops, unknown people, passer-bys, eyes, hands, coats, seats, ads, facades, worn-out, time, memories, imagination, independence, unusual, as usual as it gets...
Boba Mirjana Stojadinović (1977, Serbia/Bulgaria). Stojadinović exhibited solo and curated, organized and participated in collaborative and group exhibitions in Serbia and Europe since 1998. She is working with space and the ways it interacts with creative, social and political frequencies of everyday life. She is the author and runs a project ARTIST AS AUDIENCE, a series of public discussions among the audience on chosen artworks. Stojadinović is one of the founding members of Artist Association DEZ ORG in Belgrade.