Impressions of battered walls and facades, rusty ships and empty playgrounds. The capital of the former Yugoslavia is fractured. The detective work with the camera eye reflects images of reality raising questions: About how people live here and today, after years of depression, repression, corruption?
Nina Kreuzinger (born 1976) lives in Vienna. She studied with Friedl (Kubelka) vom Gröller and works with film, photography and journalism. Her films have been shown at international festivals and galleries and often deal with architecture, the spirit of urban spaces and the real estate business. She is interested in the history of urban development and the relationship of people to places.
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