LOLIPOPAleksandra Stojaković Olenjuk, Nataša Antulov
This is a story of a body, with the body, so nudity does not serve, as it’s often the case, as a part of a sensation or a spectacle, but as means of exposing the most intimate weaknesses. The intimate exposure brings to light a confession of shame, both in terms of our imperfections that are broken by the pressures of expectation and illusory images of impeccability produced by the consumerist culture, and the shame of sexual intimacy that we have not overcome since the Eastern sin.
The authors recognize unhealthy attitudes towards the body, sexuality and femininity, and wonder “where di it go?”, the promise of the sexual and feminist revolution.
Nika Krajnović, Kulturpunkt