Author and performer Benjamin Zajc
Mentor doc. dr. Zala Dobovšek
Producer Mija Špiler
8372 is an ongoing commemorative performance that was performed by Benjamin Zajc at the UL AGRFT between 30 March and 1 April 2022. In his performance, the author was – with the presence of the by-standing audience – questioning the limits of both his and collective responsibility to the Srebrenica massacre. Based on the family trauma that occurred before him, the author designed a space of atonement and memory, which originates from hundreds of stories of survivors and is thus
self-actualizing in them. Because the performance is symbolically unrepeatable, 8372/ii represents its cogent continuation, which is being conceived on the crossing between the installation and the reconstruction of the original.
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