Land-Art, Earth Art, Earthworks: z / Earth and Anthropocene will bring together artists and theorists in a multi-day event in several locations in collaboration with the City of Ozalj and the Municipality of Jakovlje and organized by the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Zagreb, Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research and Museum of Contemporary Art.
On October 5-6, 2019, the City of Ozalj will host the best of what it has – nature, tradition and hospitality – to host this arts and science event. At two locations – Trim Vivodinski and Lović Prekriski October 5 and 6, 2019 Ida Blažičko, Zvjezdana Jembrih, Alen Novoselec, Mirjana Vodopija, as well as students of the Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb – Sara Grubić, Lucija Jelić, Petar Koši and Ana Maria Maravic will perform land art works. At the chapel of Sv. Cross on Lović Crossing October 6, 2019, in the afternoon, Lidija Bajuk and Stanko Kovačić will stage a musical land art performance. The inclusion of two neglected old schools, several chapels, the Kupa River, trees, meadows, skies, earth, animals and goodwill will seek to draw attention to the fundamental values of the survival of all living beings on this Earth (or as ecologists point out – Earthly because the above has no racist, specialist or sexist meaning).