Milutin: Time and Universe

Milutin: Time and Universe

The spectacular exhibition by the name ‘Milutin: Time and Universe’ at Studio M (3 Ignjata Pavlasa Street) is a journey of a kind, from darkness to light, and from chaos to space, through a multimedia blend of digital and analogue artistic expression.

During the last day of 2022, there will be numerous guided tours of the exhibition ‘Milutin: Time and Universe’ (Studio M). Admission to both exhibitions is free, but registration is required. You can sign up for the guided tours by choosing one of the slots below, during which you want to visit the exhibition. By clicking on the link, a form will open, and by filling it in, you will complete the application process for the guided tour within a certain period. In case of any unforeseen changes, we will inform you in due time.

Register for a guided tour of the exhibition ‘Milutin: Time and Universe’ on 31 December, for one of the following slots:

12 p.m.
1 p.m. 
2 p.m. 
3 p.m. 
4 p.m. 
5 p.m. 

Framed by a story about duration, the exhibition leads us on the path of the development of civilization, and culminates in the opening of Milutin Milanković’s code, revealing a secret woven into time itself. The author of the visual/artistic part of the exhibition is Dušan Jovović, PhD, the author of prestigious multimedia and interactive exhibitions with an international impact. The author of the narrative is Prof. Aleksandar Petrović, PhD, an exceptional connoisseur of Milanković’s life and work, which he has been studying for more than 50 years.

Doček marks the transition between the two calendar years through a multitude of events, which sees the whole city as a stage. The philosophy of this unique audio-visual event is unity in diversity, (co)existence in duality – between two calendars, day and night, light and darkness, sound and image, past and the future, tradition and modern technologies, which are connected by distinctive energy. Thus, ‘Milutin: Time and Universe’ represents the whole idea of Doček in one event, through innovative 3D mapping technology and analogue art elements in the form of sculptures and installations.

Working hours during the holidays and schedule of guided tours:

1 and 3 January / open from 12 to 8 p.m., with guided tours every hour

2 January / open from 12 to 8 p.m., with the expert guidance of Prof. Aleksandar Petrović, PhD, at 3, 5 and 7 p.m

6 January / closed

7 January / closed

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