Exhibition on WWII Concentration Camp on Pag Island to Be Staged in Split

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Image: Pag Island/Pixabay
Image: Pag Island/Pixabay

The authors of the exhibition titled “Slana – Radikalni krajobraz” (“Slana – the Radical Landscape”), are Davor Konjikušić, Nika Petković and Goran Andlar.

The project was launched in 2016 to conduct interdisciplinary research, while findings from this research served as the basis for the 3D rendering of the camp. The Slana concentration camp was located in the central part of the island of Pag, in a deep bay overlooking Mount Velebit. According to some sources, an estimated 8,000 people were held under inhumane conditions in the open bay during the summer of 1941

The project by Konjikušić, Petković and Andlar has been supported by the Serb National Council (SNV), while the exhibition has been organized with the assistance of Croatia’s office for human rights and ethnic minorities’ rights. 

The exhibition runs from 3-21 February.

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