November 25, Republic Square in Belgrade, 3 p.m.
With 16 Days of activism against violence against women in 2011 we demand:
Amandement on STALKING to the Criminal Code of the Republic of Serbia
Number of cases of stalking has been rising in Serbia, some of them with lethal ending. Victims have no protection and have been exposed to the violence with no sanctions for stalkers.
Being stalked means living in fear.
Art activist group ACT Women in cooperation with Deborah Hunt, directed by Dijana Milosevic, perform in the streets “TIRED!” dedicated to psychological violence and abuse of women. They perform women’s trans-generational transfer of obligations and expectations producing tiredness.
Actresses: Ana Imširović-Đorđević, Vesna Bujošević, Zorica Nikolić, Slađana Rackov. Inspired by text of Jelene Andjelovski. Technician: Neven Bujošević. Photography: Biljana Rakočević. Video: Aleksandra Nestorov. Organization: Zoe Gudović
Traveling of the performance in Serbia: 26.11, 10 a.m. Vranje, SOS Vranje; 26.11, 1 p.m. Leskovac, Women for Peace; 26.11. 3 p.m. Niš, Roma women SOS Telephone "Osvit"; 27.11, 0.30 p.m. Vršac; 27.11. 3 p.m, Kikinda; 02.12. 2p.m, Šid; 03.12. 1.p.m. Lazarevac
Performances Do you see violence against women (2003), Why they are not among us? (2004), They don't have trust. Why? (2005), Red card for perpetrators (2006),Do react, until it’s too late! (2007), I can’t leave because…(2008), If Dead We Stand Up (2009), My Body, My Teritory (2010) became in interaction of art and activism, with aim to change conscience and social relations.
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