Artist In Residence part II., City of Women, Ljubljana, May 2021, Slovenia.
During their joint one-week residency in Ljubljana, they are going to co-develop video performance portraits exploring sites that hold resonances to themes of precarity together with artist Đejmi Hadrović.
For several months, the Dublin-based artists Bernie O’Reilly and Maud Hendricks (Outlandish Theatre Platform) have been collaborating with six women based in Slovenia who are part of the WoW Group: Sammar Al Kerawe, Favour Edokpayi Musa, Katja Kovač, Victoriia Pospelova, Samar Zughool, and Tanja Završki. Inspired by Samuel Beckett’s Catastrophe, they have been investigating the relations between oppressors, systems of persecution and precarity throughout this long-distance process.
A two-month residency with live–online activities in Ramallah, Palestine
from June 4th to August 4th, 2021 in collaboration with The DobraVaga Gallery.
Attaque(e)r le visible
Experimental film programm curated by Lawinia Rate | Raum für
drastische Maßnahmen | 27 – 28 March| Berlin, DE.
The series is the continuation of the project “Attaque(e)r le visible”,
which started in Paris in 2015. This year it is divided into two
parts: One part is the “Videofest”, showing recent
tendencies in experimentation in this field, the other is “Corporal
Interventions”, screening experimental films from the 60s,
70s and 80s.
FEM-QUEER FUNDING POOL
Austrian students union for promotion of research in the field of gender studies, March, 2021, Vienna, AT.
ProArtOrg group show “Skok i zaron II”, Belgrade, Gallery U10, 2021, SR.
(curator: Sanja Kojić Mladenov, artists: Katarina Allfa, Nora Mesaroš, Lena Milovanović, Saša Tatić, Đejmi Hadrović)
SPACES OF TOGETHERNESS
EXHIBITION @ CULTURAL CENTER OF BELGRADE
28.01 – 04.03.2021
Femkanje is a podcast, art and media project, dedicated to contemporary art and culture in Serbia, the former Yugoslavian region and Europe. Focus is on the models of independent production and self-organization in contemporary culture, as well as on media visibility and gender equality in the representation of its actors. Its founders, Bojana S. Knežević and Katarina Petrović, realized numerous shows presenting comprehensive overviews of practices by individual authors or collectives through longer intimate conversations. Guests come from different fields: visual and sound arts, (experimental) music, dramatic and applied arts, activism, education and science. Therefore, Femkanje becomes a network of contemporary, independent cultural and artistic scenes, following the movements of its two authors.