BIBLIOGRAPHY

books 

 Introduction to Contemporary Art in B&H, Jonathan Blackwood
 Le silence et la parole au lendemain des guerres yougoslaves, Lauren Lydic and Bertrand Westphal (eds.)   

 Performative Gestures Political Moves, Katja Kobolt and Lana Zdravković (eds.)   
Sexing the border – Gender, Art and New Media in Central and Eastern Europe, Katarzyna Kosmala (ed.)
 Shifting Corporealities in Contemporary Performance, Danger, Im/mobility and Politics, Marina Gržinić and Aneta Stojnić (eds.)  

 Transitland: Video Art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009, Edit András (ed.)
 Sarajevo – l*a*tribu*t de l’art, Pierre Courtin, Pierre-Philippe Freymond and Christophe Solioz (eds.)  

 Exhibitions’ inventory 2004 – 2011- Duplex/10m2, Molly Kleiman (ed.)
 Iz/van konteksta: Ogledi i kritike iz umjetnosti, arhitekture i mode, Irfan Hošić   

 The Lost Revolution: Women’s Antifascist Front Between Myth and Forgetting, Andreja Dugandžić and Tijana Okić (eds.)
 Gender and Citizenship: Promises of Peace in Post-Dayton Bosnia-Herzegovina, Maria-Adriana Deiana  
 Duplex100m2 & Contemporary Art in Bosnia & Herzegovina / 2004-2018, Jon Blackwood (ed.)


catalogs

→ Image counter image, Patrizia Dunder and Okwui Enwezor (eds.)
Resolution 827, Jelle Bouwhuis and Zoran Erić (eds.)   

 The 51st Zagreb Salon of Visual Arts – Challenges to Humanism, Suzana Marjanić, Martina Miholić and Marijana Stanić (eds.)   
 HERO MOTHER, Contemporary Art by Post-Communist Women Rethinking Heroism, Bojana Pejić and Rachel Rits-Volloch (eds.)   
  Project D-0 ARK, Basak Senova and Sandra Miljević Hozić (eds.)   
 OUT OF THE BLUE – a sense of public-mindedness, Corinne Diserens (ed.)   

 MIG 21, Aleksandra Kostič and Petja Janžeković (eds.) 
 SHARE – Too Much History, MORE Future, Annemarie Turk (ed.)   
 Spaceship Yugoslavia – The Suspension of Time, NGBK (ed.)   
 Frestas: trienal de artes, Josue Mattos (ed.)   
 A time for dreams, 4th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, David Elliot and Tatiana Manina (eds.)
… Was ist Kunst? … Resuming Fragmented Histories, Sandro Droschl (ed.) 
 Videonale 13 – Festival for Contemporary Video Art, Georg Elben (ed.) 
 Decolonial Aesthetics, Pedro Pablo Gómez and Walter D. Mignolo (eds.)
 No one belongs here more than you, 54th October Salon, Red Min(e)d (Jelena Petrović, Katja Kobolt, Danijela Dugandžić Živanović, Dunja Kukovec, Jelena Vesić (eds.)

→ Sarajevo-Zurich: Unlimited, Anita Hahn and Heidi Hahn (eds.) 
 Art and terrorism: Bosnian Herzegovinian artwork post 9/11, Irfan Hošić (ed.)
 I will never talk about the war again, Psychosis, Part 1, Vladan Jeremić and Elsa Ekesiöö Thambert (eds.)  

 GuestRoom Maribor 2015—2017, Lucija Smodiš (ed.)  
 Intimacies, Jonathan Blackwood and Branka Vujanović (eds.)
 ŠTA IMA!? Literatur, Kunst und Kultur aus Sarajevo und Ex-Jugoslawien, Münchner Stadtbibliotek
→ The  5th Busan International Video Festival
→ 9. Pravo ljudski film festival, Jasmina Bajramović and Kumjana Novakova (eds.) 

 State Abed, Mavena (ed.)   
A WAR E – Kostas Stasinopoulos (ed.)   
 SPA PORT – International annual exhibition of contemporary art
 Secondary Witness, Maayan Shellef (ed.)   

 Photonic Moments   
International Women’s Film Festival Israel, Natalie Braun (ed.)  
The Bring In Take Out Living Archive (la), Red Min(e)d – Danijela Dugandžić Živanović, Katja Kobolt, Dunja Kukovec, Jelena Petrović (eds.) 
 Bone Performance Festival, Valerian Maly (ed.) 
 Bedtime Stories, Adela Jušić and Lana Čmajčanin (eds.)
 Stopover – ways of contemporary exchange, Christiane Erharter and Heide Wihrheim (eds.)


contributions by artist

 Protocollum 2016/17, Global Perspectives on Visual Vocabulary, Safia Dickersbach (ed.), printed art journal
 Vacarme, Héroïnes inconnues, Vol 59: 59-73  Printed and online magazine
 I Will Never Talk About War Again, Čmajčanin L., Jušić A. (2018)  in: Gržinić M., Stojnić A. (eds), Shifting Corporealities in Contemporary Performance, Avant-Gardes in Performance 

 The Lost Revolution: Women’s Antifascist Front Between Myth and Forgetting, Andreja Dugandžić and Tijana Okić (eds.)  
Tellall (Ilari Valbonesi, Mak Hubjer, Bojan Stojčić, Damir Deljo, Smirna Kulenović, Đorđe Krajišnik eds.), printed magazine
Slobodni radikali, online article, Vox Feminae
Ride the Recoil
, Lichtungen, Journal of Literature, Art and Contemporary Criticism
 Ride the Recoil, Triple Canopy, online journal
 Bedtime Stories, Adela Jušić and Lana Čmajčanin (eds.)
Sarajevo Travel Guide, Missy Magazine (magazine for pop, politics and feminism), printed magazine

 

journals, academic and curatorial texts

 Manifesta 8 and the Problems of Sincerity, Louise O’Hare, Afterall Journal
An archive to build a future: The recovery and rediscovery of the history of socialist associations in contemporary Bosnia-Herzegovina, Larisa Kurtović,
journal 
History and Anthropology
Nuevos pasados que habitamos, Branka Vujanović, Nierika Revista de Estudios de  Arte, journal
Aesthetics of Transgression and Its Strategies in Post-Yugoslav Art, Branka Vujanović, doctoral dissertation 
The Instrumentalization of Contemporary Art in Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Matthew Webber 
Performing Identity After Yugoslavia: Contemporary Art Beyond and Through the- Ethno-National, 
Arielle M. Myers, Art History Theses & Dissertations 
Postyugoslav Contemporary Art Practice as a Generating Force of Emancipatory Memory and Politics,
Katja Kobolt
Feministički protunarativi: kako “čitati” kulturne prakse u post-socijalističnom prostoru, Biljana Kašić
Real but not true, Alenka Trebušak, curatorial text
Real but not true,
Tijana Okić, exhibition text

 Without Pity or Sentiment: Conflict in the art of Adela Jušić, Jonathan Blackwood, exhibition text 
→ Uneasy Transformation / The Critical Potential of Contemporary Art in Sarajevo, Deim Reka, online journal for art Artportal, EAST ART MAGS project
→ Protagonistkinja u borbi protiv eksploatacije, Tea Hadžiristić, Journal for feminist theory and art BONA
→ Ride the Recoil, Werner Fenz, Lichtungen, Journal of Literature, Art and Contemporary Criticism
→ A vi, kad umrem, radite šta hoćete, Aida Salketić, online text
→ Savremena BH umjetnost u borbi protiv mrtvih zečeva, Igor Bošnjak
curatorial text
→ Conflicted Memories,
Gwendolyn Sasse, curatorial text
→ Letter from Sarajevo, Bob Dickinson, Art Monthly, printed magazine


exhibition reviews, interviews and other texts

→ Personal Ways of Untangling the Political, Susan Hodara, exhibition review, New York Times
→ Using Art to Move Forward After Bosnia’s Legacy of Mass Rape,
Morgan Meaker, Broadly Vice, online article

→ Šta je nama naša borba dala, Adisa Bašić , exhibition review, Slobodna Bosna, printed and online magazine
→ Contemporary Refresh, Jonathan Blackwood, exhibition review, printed and online, Oslobođenje daily newspapers
→ Title Track “Memory Lane” by Adela Jušić, Jonathan Blackwood,
exhibition review
→ Memory Lane, Ekaterina Shcherbakova, exhibition review
→ Longing to be close: Zymryte Hoxhaj and Adela Jušić at FEMART, Hana Marku, exhibition review
→ No One Belongs Here More Than You Do, Jonathan Blackwood, exhibition review
→ Trade Routes / Conflicted MemoryHauser & Wirth / Alan Cristea Gallery: A Spectrum Review, Daniella Rose King, exhibition review
→ Izložba ‘Hero Mother’: Žensko iskustvo političkih mijena, Tamara Zablocka, exhibition review, Urban magazine, printed and online
→ Adela Jušić, umjetnica: Iz ženske historije učimo da su čuda moguća, Tamara Zablocka, exhibition review, Urban magazine, printed and online
→ Kako su nam oteli Osmi mart,
Tamara Zablocka, interview in Urban Magazine, printed and online
→ MUSTRA, 
Boba Mirjana Stojadinović, online interview with Adela Jušić for Supervizualna
→ Petter Sandelin, online interview with Adela Jušić
→ Trebamo uporno nametati svoje politike patrijarhalnom opresivnom sistemu, Iva Zelić, online interview with Adela Jušić for Libela
→ Dekodiranja. Aspekti umjetničkog djelovanja u naježenoj stvarnosti, Branka Vujanović, exhibition review, online article
→ Kosovo 2.0, Printed and online magazine
→ Don’t Mention the War, Matthew Webber, online article
→ Zalog za miran san, Petra Novak, online article
→ Glas i muzika, narativ i historija, Maja Abadžija, interview with Adela Jušić
daily newspapers Oslobođenje, printed and online
Wikipedia article “Adela Jušić”, Azra Čaušević
→ O sveopćoj entropiji značenja, curatorial text and online article, Almissa Open Art Festival
En la Mira de la Guerra, Carlos Baena Echeverry,  online blogg

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Featured image interview in KIBLA Portal, Slovenia

 

 

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