Finally, the catalog is published with all 3 editions of the Biennial on 400 pages.
Project D-0 ARK
Publisher: Association Biennial of Contemporary Art
Opening and artist talk photos on Google +
Article by Amina Hamzić at Balkan Insight
Article is available in 4 languages: Emglish, Albanian ,Macedonian and Bosnian
…”The most resilient fighter for the feminist cause in Bosnia is the Crvena (Red) association. Founded in 2010, it has achieved international success and affirmation abroad. But its members still share the same problems as Cano does when it comes to organizing exhibitions at home. Adela Jusic, a member of Crvena’s operational team, says domestic audiences are more drawn to commercial events or to those that are connected to questions of national identity.”…
Read full article HERE.
Tell us something about your new life, The Pyramid, Tirana, Albania, 2014
11th of June, at 18h artist talk with Nataša Kadin, Mavena in collaboration with Guest Room in GT22
Link to Voxfeminae profile in Croatian
Šta je to što voliš kod umetnosti i/ili umetnica/ka i/ili umetničkih radove koje voliš?
Volim kad vidim da umjetnici i umjetnice zaista žive ono što svojim radovima govore, problematiziraju, opisuju, pokazuju, predstavljaju. Volim kad upoznam one od njih koji nisu ego manijaci. Volim kad ne popizde ako im rad ne može biti postavljen baš onako kako su zamislili. Volim kad se lijepo ponašaju prema tehničarima, majstorima i sličnim „podređenim“, a kad su zajebani, čvrsti i jaki u komunikaciji sa kustosima, galeristima i sličnim „nadređenim“. Volim kad se konačno svi opuste i napiju nakon otvorenja. Volim honorare. Volim kad mi kažu da je cifra „neto, ne bruto“. Volim kad dobijem sobu u kojoj se može pušiti kad putujem na izložbu.
Tell us something about your new life, TICA redidency project, The Pyramid, Tirana, Albania, 2014
Full interview in Bosnian HERE.
“Resolution 827″ is the outcome of collaboration between Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, in the context of Global Collaborations. The title of the exhibition, “Resolution 827”, refers to the UN resolution that was adopted in 1993 establishing the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY).The point of departure for the exhibition was to find a common denominator in the analysis of the societies of Serbia as well as other republics of the former Yugoslavia and the Netherlands, and to open up the debate on shared sore points, like the genocide in Srebrenica, that was subject to ICTY investigation.
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National Museum of Monte Negro, Atelier DADO, Cetinje, Monte Negro
Opening May 16th at 17h
Curated by: Annemarie Turk
Artists: Anna Jermolaeva, Adela Jušić, Mladen Bundalo, Ana Hoffner, Gordana Anđelić-Galić, Marina Gržinić & Aina Šmid, Mladen Miljanović, Igor Bošnjak, Šejla Kamerić, Irena Sladoje, Peseckas & Schneider, Ernst Logar, Mila Panić, Nikola Kekerović, Ninoslav Kovačević, Saša Tatić.
More about this project HERE
Andreja Dugandžić and me had artist talk about our collaborative work “Labor of Love”, our individual work, and presentation of online archive we created (www.afzarhiv.org) at Association for Culture and Art CRVENA. The event happened thanks to Marina Maraeva at Intimate Space, Saint Petersburg, on 26th of April, 2015. We had a great audience of mostly young women, feminists and artists.
More photos of “Labor of Love” and this event at Google+
Antifascist Struggle of Women of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Yugoslavia archive LINK
Greetings from Baden-Baden
Medium: Site specific public space installation and street action
Realized in Baden-Baden as part of the exhibition Balcony to the Balkans, September 19th, 2014.
Curator: Ksenija Čočkova
Production: Kunsthalle Baden-Baden
Postcard and transparent created for street action:
Irgendeine ganz lächerliche Angelegenheit auf dem Balkan wird den nächsten Krieg auslösen.
Some very ridiculous event in the Balkans will cause the next war.
The work critically reflects stereotypes of Balkan. Commemoration of 1st World War is this year organized in Sarajevo, where the assassination of Franz Ferdinand happened. This act is considered to be the reason for the start of the war. The Commemoration cost enormous amount of money. In the meantime, the flooded areas of Bosnia, and neighboring countries cry for financial aid, as well as many people living in poverty.
Why do we commemorate beginning of war, and not the end of it? Why do we commemorate it in Sarajevo, instead maybe somewhere in Austria, Germany, or in some countries that had the actual responsibility for the start of it?
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