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Marking the Unofficial Public Toilets

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2011

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Belgrade

Marking the Unofficial Public Toilets, Hotel Palace, Belgrade 2011 Photo: Miloš Perišić
Marking the Unofficial Public Toilets, Student park, Belgrade 2011 Photo: Miloš Perišić
Marking the Unofficial Public Toilets, Hotel Palace, Belgrade 2011 Photo: Miloš Perišić
Marking the Unofficial Public Toilets, Hotel Palace, Belgrade 2011 Photo: Miloš Perišić
Marking the Unofficial Public Toilets, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade 2011 Photo: Miloš Perišić
Marking the Unofficial Public Toilets, Student park, Belgrade 2011 Photo: Miloš Perišić
Marking the Unofficial Public Toilets, Military Museum, Belgrade 2011 Photo: Miloš Perišić
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None of the public toilets in Belgrade are open 24 hours a day. This of course applies only to „official“ public toilets. Besides them, there are well-known „unofficial versions“ (such as eaves, dark corners in parks etc.).
The aim of the project was to use creative means such as drawings, posters, photos on a foil, ecological graffiti made of moss and the like, to mark “unofficial public toilets” thus turning the attention of the citizens to this problem and initiating a discussion about the city’s lack of public toilets and their inadequate working hours.
 

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