The workshop took place on September 2007 at HDLU, just before the general opening of Slought in Transit and installation by Oswaldo Romberg. The participants reflected on the question: how do cities, and the city of Zagreb in particular, generate political education today and historically through art, architecture, and urban planning inherited from the Socialist era such as the abandoned memorial at Petrova gora? Presentations by Lea Vene and Bojan Mrdjenovic on the situation of Kumrovec, and their research on modern myths in art and politics in Zagreb.
These photos are taken during the final workshop held at the HDLU (Croatian Association of Visual Artists) organized by School of Missing Studies and hosted by Slought in Transit. Participants (in random order): Zeljko Mrkšić (Zagreb), Sonja Lebos (Zagreb), Bojan Mucko (Zagreb), Lea Vene (Zagreb), Ena Schulz (Zagreb), Branko Franceschi (Zagreb), Aaron Levi (Philadelphia), Fedja Gavrilović (Zagreb), Oswaldo Romberg (Tel Aviv/Philadelphia), Zlatko Kopljar (Zagreb), Günther Holler-Schuster (Graz), Iva Kovač (, Zagreb), Gaella Alexandra Gottwald (Zagreb) and Srdjan Weiss (Philadelphia).
Participants in the PM gallery at HDLU, Zagreb