SCCA’s First Annual Exhibition in 1997, “Meeting Point”, – a two-month series of installations, actions and performances in creative response to the historical and architectural context of one specific place, the summer garden “Ćulhan” located in the remains of a 16th-century Turkish bath in the heart of Bašcaršija (the old town), and the screening of collected video works that were created during and immediately after the war – defined the fundamental programmatic directives of SCCA.
Curator: Dunja Blažević; co-curators: Lejla Hodžić and Enes Zlatar
Paricipating artists: Gordana Anđelić-Galić, Maja Bajević, Adis Bakrač, Amer Bakčić, Ajdin Bašić, Aida Begić, Eldina Begić, Nedžad Begović, Suzana Cerić, Leila Teftedarija, Anela Šabić, Almas Ćorović, Danica Dakić, Andrej Đerković, Alma Fazlić, Zlatan Filipović, Izeta Građević, Jusuf Hadžifejzović, Lejla Hodžić, Amra Kalender, Šejla Kamerić, Smail Kapetanović, Dinno Kassalo, Almir Kurt, Samir Plasto, Fikret Libovac, Timur Makarević, Amer Mržljak, Narcisa Muškić, Amra Džinalija, Edin Numankadić, Salim Obralić, Ata Omerbašić, Mirza Pašić, Nusret Pašić, Daniel Premec, Adi Sarajlić, Saša Kaljanac, Selimir Sokolović, Admir Halilović, Danilo Kreso, Alma Suljević, Faruk Šabanović, Ljiljana Šaković, Nebojša Šerić Šoba, Ameli Tančica, Danis Tanović, TRIO (Bojan and Dada Hadžihalilović), Dejan Vekić, Enes Zlatar, Amra Zulfikarpašić, Nikša Barišić, Jasmila Žbanić i Slaven Tolj (Dubrovnik, Hrvatska).
Twenty video works are selected and presented and thirty art installations, interventions and performances are produced.
Summer Garden “Ćulhan” (Sarajevo)
July 24 – September 12