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HAND JOB: Šta znamo o savremenom netradicionalnom vezu

Kustoskinja izložbe: Amalija Stojsavljević

Umetnice: Mia Arsenijević (SRB), Nina Babić (BIH), Saša Bezjak (SL), Milica Dukić (SRB-ISR), Mirjana Đotunović Mustra (AT-SRB), kolektiv NEpraktične žene (SRB), Mojca Senegačnik (SL)

Izložba sarkastičnog naziva HAND JOB predstavlja istraživački projekat čiji je cilj mapiranje, kontekstualizacija i kritička analiza upotrebe veza kao umetničkog medija u umetničkim scenama našeg regiona. Koji su to autori/ke koji/e rade u vezu kao umetničkom medijumu i zašto baš u njemu; kakav vizuelni izraz omogućava tehnika veza; postoji li politički/emancipatorski/feministički potencijal radova nastalih u ovoj tehnici, samo su neka od pitanja na koje se pokušava odgovoriti izložbom. Izborom šest umetnica i jednog kolektiva—Mia  Arsenijević (SRB), Nina Babić (BIH), Saša Bezjak (SL), Milica Dukić (SRB-ISR), Mirjana Đotunović Mustra (AT-SRB), NEpraktične žene (SRB), Mojca Senegačnik (SL)—na jednom mestu se okuplja i predstavlja raznovrsnost tema i tehnika koje prate ovaj medij.

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HAND JOB: What we know about contemporary non-traditional embroidery

7. 11 – 26. 11. 2022

Exhibition curator: Amalija Stojsavljević

Artists: Mia Arsenijević (SRB), Nina Babić (BIH), Saša Bezjak (SL), Milica Dukić (SRB-ISR), Mirjana Đotunović Mustra (AT-SRB), NONpractical Women (SRB), Mojca Senegačnik (SL)

The exhibition called HAND JOB is a research project aimed at mapping, contextualization and critical analysis of the use of embroidery as an artistic medium in the art scenes of our region. Who are the authors who actively work in embroidery as an artistic medium and why in it, what kind of visual expression is enabled by the embroidery technique, is there a political / emancipatory / feminist potential of works created in this technique, etc. are some of the questions that would be answered by the exhibition. By selecting six artists and one collective—Mia Arsenijević (SRB), Nina Babić (BIH), Saša Bezjak (SL), Milica Dukić (SRB-ISR), Mirjana Đotunović Mustra (AT-SRB), NONpractical Women (SRB), Mojca Senegačnik (SL)—in one place it would gather and present the variety of topics and techniques that accompany this medium.

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