Sarajevo Travel Guide / Adela Jušić for Missy Magazine

Sarajevo Travel Guide, Adela Jušić Missy Magazine Magazine for pop, politics and feminism February 2019 German language Printed magazine Pages 78-79 Berlin Artist contributes to the last edition of Missy Magazine, Berlin based magazine for pop, politics and feminism.

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Uneasy Transformation / The Critical Potential of Contemporary Art in Sarajevo – Deim Reka

Although substantial attention has been paid to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s post-war art production and the reconstruction of its cultural institutions, little focus has been put on the art scene’s present-day state of affairs. In the light of growing nationalism across Europe, it is fitting to turn our attention to Sarajevo from the perspective of critical …

Larisa Kurtović – An archive to build a future: The recovery and rediscovery of the history of socialist associations in contemporary Bosnia-Herzegovina

Online article English Journal History and Anthropology ISSN: 1477-2612 Link "This paper chronicles the ongoing efforts of several groups of Bosnian activists, artists and academics, to create archives of the often forgotten, and nowadays variously threatened, heritage of political and social life during Yugoslav socialism. Postsocialist archives in other parts of Eastern Europe have typically been motivated …

Interview with Adela Jušić for academic journal Gender, sexuality and society

"Gender, war and militarism through the prism of feminist art: an intimate journey" Interview by Nermina Trbonja Genre, sexualite and societe, online academic journal Special issue, Hors-série n ° 3  | 2018, Visuals. Production, dissemination and circulation of images of gender and sexuality, 2018 French language ISSN 2104-3736 Genre, sexualite and societe is a French-language academic electronic journal …

Exhibition “REconciliations”

We are delighted to announce, REconciliations a major public exhibition in the Exchange, Bush House, Kings College, London, opening on the 1 November until 1 December. Reconciliations displays 17 works by international artists open to the public from 9-6 daily. Alongside the exhibition we have developed a varied events programme, ranging from artists talks, dance performances, practical workshops, …

“Watch out!” in KIT, Dusseldorf

Exhibition view Artist's Statement, Adela Jušić, 2010, photo by Ivo Faber Die Düsseldorfer Stiftung imai unterhält ein internationales Archiv und Vertriebsprogramm für Medienkunst, ermöglicht einen umfassenden Zugang zu dieser Kunstform. Sie erweitert das Programm, das in den 1970er Jahren ansetzt, regelmäßig um zeitgenössische Positionen. KIT – Kunst im Tunnel und die Stiftung imai haben nun …

The Lost Revolution: Yugoslav Women’s Antifascist Front between Myth and Forgetting

Online Archive of Antifascist Struggle of Women of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Yugoslavia is initiated, conceived and shaped by Andreja Dugandžić and Adela Jušić (as part of the program of Association for Culture and Art CRVENA What has our struggle given us?), and is constantly being upgraded. The Archive consists of thousands of documents, books and …

Exhibition “Watch out!”

imai Foundation and KIT present contemporary media art October 13th - November 11th 2018 at KIT – Kunst im Tunnel Works by Dominik Geis, Miriam Gossing/Lina Sieckmann, Max Grau, Adela Jušić, Maki Satake Curated by: Dr. Renate Buschmann and Gertrud Peters Opening:  Friday, October 12th, 5 – 10 p.m. “Watch out!” is a good motto …