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Novi Pazar's well: Repetition and difference

dc.creatorPopadić, Milan
dc.date.accessioned2021-10-12T11:09:19Z
dc.date.available2021-10-12T11:09:19Z
dc.date.issued2010
dc.identifier.issn0351-3017
dc.identifier.urihttp://reff.f.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1062
dc.description.abstractSredinom 2010. godine otvorena je pešačka zona u Novom Pazaru. U okviru pešačke zone markantno mesto zauzela je javna česma oblikovana po uzoru na orijentalne sebilje. U tekstu se, sa pozicija filozofije baštine, razmatra upravo značaj ovog novog elementa u urbanom tkivu i njegov doprinos formiranju identiteta grada. Predstavlja se poreklo sebilja kao elementa orijentalnog nasleđa i analizira se odnos novopazarskog slučaja sa sličnim elementima urbane strukture u drugim gradovima, pre svih sa sarajevskim sebiljem. Ističu se karakteristike novopazarskog sebilja u kontekstu svedočanstvenog potencijala na osnovu kojeg se oblikuje identitet grada i traga se za njegovom pozicijom u savremenim društvenim mehanizmima i kulturnim praksama. Na kraju se ukazuje na moguće shvatanje pojave novopazarskog sebilja kao znaka specifične forme postmodernog stanja koje je nasledilo modernistički determinizam socijalističkog perioda.sr
dc.description.abstractIn the middle of 2010 the pedestrian zone is opened in Novi Pazar. In a frame of the pedestrian zone remarkable place captured public well, shaped upon a model of oriental wells. In this article from the position of philosophy of heritage is considering significance of this new element in the urban structure and its contribution in the town identity forming. Public wells (fountains, waters flashes, wells...) are significant and recognizable motifs of the urban landscape. Thanks to that connection with water they trough their plastics and utilitarianism unite pragmatic and symbolic functions; appeasing thirst of passer by, presenting spots of social gathering and often they have monumental relatively memorial character. Even conceptually justified by the local heritage and existence of the older water flash on the same place, Novi Pazar's well is built at the first place upon a model of well in Sarajevo. Appropriation of symbol like this-besides 'the honor to the great model' - in the extensive little urban structure of Novi Pazar's center is not brought attractive detail which was not supplementing picture of the town. In Novi Pazar's central zone was brought plastic dominant that defines surrounding extensive structure. Therefore Novi Pazar's well as a picture of Sarajevo's, hides in itself possibility to become an element which, from one side makes city center provincial until, from the other side, denies (or distorts) memorial matrix of the town. For Novi Pazar's well we could say that represents probably the first postmodern monument in Novi Pazar. After the period of the socialistic modernism and its 'great story' about (ideal) development of the social community that is clearly read from the ambitious project for the city arrangement, vulgarism of Transition (encounters before all in illegal and rough building), Novi Pazar in well got one 'little story' that functioning in modus of postmodern state. Novi Pazar's well engaging imaginative potential of the spectator gather around it s representation numerous other pictures in which mixes past and present and so builds its own narrative, bounded only with context of its origin.en
dc.publisherMuzej "Ras", Novi Pazar
dc.rightsopenAccess
dc.sourceNovopazarski zbornik
dc.subjectponavljanjesr
dc.subjectNovi Pazarsr
dc.subjectjavne česmesr
dc.subjectidentitetsr
dc.subjectfilozofija baštinesr
dc.titleNovopazarski sebilj - ponavljanje i razlikasr
dc.titleNovi Pazar's well: Repetition and differenceen
dc.typearticle
dc.rights.licenseARR
dc.citation.epage207
dc.citation.issue33
dc.citation.other(33): 193-207
dc.citation.rankM53
dc.citation.spage193
dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://reff.f.bg.ac.rs/bitstream/id/57/1059.pdf
dc.identifier.rcubhttps://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_reff_1062
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