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- Exhibition ''Sequences'' until August 20th at the Museum of Contemporary Art
- Exhibition opening / Renata Poljak: Yet Another Departure at Salon of the MoCAB / 6.7.18. at 7 p.m.
- “Making Things (Very) Public!” Public lecture by Mischa Kuball / MoCAB, June 25, 2018 at 6 p.m.
- Creative Europe Forum 2018 at the Museum of Contemporary Art / MoCAB, June 21 and 22, 2018
Guided tour and conversation / Svetlana Volic: NON FINITO, Passageway no. 2: where the world ends/ Salon of the MoCA / 9.3.17. at 6 p.mTalk programs | 09.03.2017
Guided tour and conversation with the artist Svetlana Volic and the curator Una Popović
Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art (14 Pariska street)
March 9, 2017 at 6 p.m.
The video-installation NON FINITO, Passageway no. 2: where the world ends is second in a series of ambient shows within the framework of a larger art project under the title NON FINITO/Performing of spatial narratives. This the second passageway, Where the world ends, is composed for the Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade as a new spatial narrative with more complex structure, a virtual landscape through which the spectator moves and whose interdependent contents offer a possibility of multi-layered reading, connecting, perception and projection.
Svetlana Volic was born in Belgrade in 1974. She graduated and had her MA from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade under Prof. Čedomir Vasić. Since 2014, she is employed at the painting department of the Faculty of Fine Arts in Beograd as an assistant professor, where she also attends PhD art studies (under Prof. Mileta Prodanović). She expresses via various media: painting, video, video-installations, photography, graphic and stage design. She had 11 solo shows and participated in over 60 group exhibition, symposiums and festivals in her native country and abroad (Macedonia, Czech Republic, Montenegro, Estonia, Latvia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece, Canada, USA, and Germany). She executed 18 video-installations for various theatrical productions. She received fellowship from the foundation CEC Artslink (New York, USA) in 2013. Her works are included in collections at home and abroad.