A storytelling journey in the trails of the '90's underground culture of Prishtina.
Bill Clinton Statue, Dardania, Prishtina
Come with your own smart phone and earphones to experience this journey.
This audio journey has been created from memoires of the real life of the artist, Florent Mehmeti, during the nineties of the previous century, weaving an artistic experience that traverses the life of young people of Prishtina during this period, especially the life of young artists. It is based on real events, but empowered with artistic means of the artist himself. The journey that starts from Bill Clinton Statue and ends at Dodona theatre, the cultural resistance nest of the time, goes through streets and alleys that reveal moments and situations that rarely happen in history.
This journey can be experienced autonomously at any time using your own smart phone and earplugs, downloading 'the walk' in the application or streaming with internet and following technical details described below
FIND THE TRAILS OF THE '90'S UNDERGROUND CULTURE
BY SCANNING THIS QR CODE
or Look for the pin point inside the map at Bill Clinton statue.
IF YOU WANT NOT TO DEPEND ON 3G/4G INTERNET
DOWNLOAD THE WALK USING WIFI BEFORE YOU GO OUT:
Follow the highlighted areas starting from 1 to 18.
Please stay inside the highlighted areas until the end of the sound before you move to following area numbered with the next number.
Please be aware of your surroundings and the traffic!
The walk is around 1 hour! The end point is Dodona Theatre, part no.18.
Enjoy and tell your friends!
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Concept and Narrator Voice: Florent Mehmeti
Other Voices: Luan Jaha, Lirak Çelaj, Shpëtim Selmani
Audio editing and mixing: Pëllumb Ballata, SunnySound
Music used: Chris Rea - "The Road to Hell - Part One"; Rod Stewart - "I am sailing"; R.E.M. - "Losing My Religion"; Luciano Pavarotti - 'O Sole Mio'; Joaquin Rordrigo & John Williams - 'Concierto de Aranjuez'; Antonio Forcione Quintet - 'Tarantella'; Armend Xhaferi Trio - ' Luli's'; Armend Xhaferi Trio - ' Mzati i Vogel'.