A journey through the memory of a disappeared country, Remembering Yugoslavia explores how the people of the former Yugoslav republics remember and imagine their former homeland, which no longer exists. Created and hosted by Peter Korchnak. New episodes every two weeks.
Mother Freedom, Father Land
How one Macedonian artist carries her father's legacy and brings a town together at a Yugoslav-era monument.
The YUruguayan Connection
Uruguayan artists, Yugoslav mail art, and the power of the post.
Mitja from the Russian Blocks and the Deficit of Yugoslavia
Mitja Velikonja discusses the good and the bad of Yugoslavia, Yugonostalgia, political graffiti...and a lot more.
Long Live 1940s Graffiti
Two anthropologists discuss 1940s graffiti in Ljubljana and Istria.
Spit and Sing, My Ex-Yugoslavia!
Four activist choirs tell their origin stories, explain how they re-purpose the legacy of past antifascist struggles, and, yes, sing.
All the Monument's a Stage
Three artists discuss their interventions at Yugoslav WWII monuments.
Peter does a great job taking you through the old country. The storytelling is fantastic.