EXHIBITION “SOFT MEAL”

Exhibition text by Blerta Hocia Artists: Adela Jušić, Nardina Zubanović, Beskida Kraja 04th of August at Miza Gallery, Tirana Photo: video performance"A dinner for Three" by Adela Jušić, 2009 View exhibition opening photos on Google + The meal we are enjoying together, before becoming a food, is a ritual and a way of communication.This specific …

ARTICLE IN GAZETE ABOUT MY WORK

Teksa duart e Adelës përshkojnë flokët e saj, ajo (gjyshja) vazhdon të flasë për të shkuarën. “Fqinjët mbeten fqinj, ata bëjnë vizita tek unë për Bajram, ndërsa unë u bëj vizita për Krishtlindje. Kur u kthyen nga Serbia isha, e para që shkova për vizitë tek ata…”, vazhdon të flasë gruaja e moshuar boshnjake, duke …

EXHIBITION SOFT MEAL

August 4th, Miza Galery, Tirana, Albania Miza Galeri launches the exhibition SOFT MEAL, a research process revealing food as cultural value conceived by three artists; Adela Jušić (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Nardina Zubanović (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Beskida Kraja (Albania). This value carries all the meaningful symbols of the society we live in. A value that …

PANEL AT KALEIDOSKOP FESTIVAL

On July 25th panel was held at Atelier Ismet Mujezinović, as part of Kaleidoskop Festival: "Experiences of cultural-educational work of women and youth: Antifascism today". Participants were Andreja Dugandžić, Adela Jušić, Damir Arsenijević and Jasmina Husanović. Here Andreja Dugandžoć and me we presented our new art work "We long for work and toil" and our online …

NEW WORK AT KALEIDOSKOP FESTIVAL

ŽELJNE SMO RADA I NAPORA In collaboration with Andreja Dugandžić Digital collage on the wall Public space work produced for Festival Kaleidoskop, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovine 22-26 July The work portraits countless hours and different forms of work carried out by women of Antifascist Front of Women (AFŽ) after WW2, focusing particularly on the activities reported …

Don’t Mention the War – Article by Matthew Webber

The Sniper, Adela Jušić, 2007, exhibition view “SPA PORT” International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina This article was originally published as "Art of War" in Zymbol, Issue 5 - http://www.zymbol.org/ - Online LINK You could not see a cloud, because No cloud was in the sky: No birds were flying overhead-- There were …