Artists selected by the universities (of Bosnia & Hercegovina, China, Cypress, France, Iran, Korea, Mexico, Poland, Romania, Turkey, America and Kosovo) were asked to transform everyday objects into something extraordinary: the combination of surprising creations and ideas could (and would have to) result in new, paradoxical and surrealistic images. The main goal was to explore themes such as time, religious iconography, nature and humour in such a way that we seem to experience them for the first time in our lives.
A choice could be made from ten topics to which a new story or a form could be given by processing them in a creative way. The following themes were available: Owl, Ring, Moonlight, Book, Olive tree leave, Sheep Skull, Dragon, Egg, The symbol @, Raven.
These topics could be dealt with in many different ways.
Sandro Drinovac, Bojan Hadzihalilovic, Dalida Karic-Hadziahmetovic, Mila Melank, Dejan Slavuljica, Wei Ding, Rui Geng, Shifei Guo, Jihui Qu, Peng Shan, Xinyi Sun, Naz Atun, Senih Cavusoglu, Marjan Khajavi, Shahryar Mirzaalikhani, Fırat Tüzünkan, Ginette Caron, Cédric Gatillon, Alain Le Quernec, Hervé Matine, Carolina Rojas, Majid Abbasi, Amrollah Farhadi, Ebrahim Haghighi Alireza Mostafazadeh Ebrahimi, Gazelle Parizad and Arad Farhadi, Dongsik Hong, Yeesook Jeong, Sung jae kim, Bardhyl Bejtullahu, Mehmet Behluli, Eliza Hoxha, Mirsad Lushtaku, Visar Mulliqi, Eshref Qahili, Floricia Calderón Estudio Cerámico, Emilio Carrasco Gutiérrez, Claudia & Citali Córdova Rojas, Migue Mier, Fernando Salcedo Suárez Del Real, Adam Czech, Katarzyna Handzlik, Katarzyna Hilszczanska, Łukasz Kliś, Małgorzata Łuszczak, Krzysztof Marek Bąk, Apostu Daniel, Ion Gherman, Alexandru Jakabházi, Adriana Lucaciu, Vicӑ Tilӑ – Adorian,Bengisu Bayrak, Sümeyra Merve İlbak Tahmaz, Burcu Kurtiş, Hatice Öz Pektaş, Hasip Pektas, Nesli Turk, Charles A. Gick, Jennifer Scheuer, Christine Wuenschel, Jyl Kelley, Hyungjoo A. Kim, Ned Gannon, Min Kim Park were part of the exhibition.