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Ušće 10, blok 15, Belgrade
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14 Pariska St., Belgrade
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Gallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić & Rodoljub Čolaković

2 Rodoljuba Čolakovića St, Belgrade
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Open Doors Day / Salon of the MoCA / Jasmina Cibic / 7.10. from 4 till 8pm

Talk programs | 07.10.2015

Open Doors Day / Salon of the MoCA / Jasmina Cibic

Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, 14 Pariska St.
Wednesday, October 7th 2015, from 4 to 8pm

On this day curator of the exhibition Una Popović will tell you everything about exhibition.

The exhibition investigates how art and architecture can serve as power strategies of every political order. The exhibition is composed of a performative installation (opening of the exhibition) and a new film work, which the artist shot in the former Palace of the Federation in Belgrade.

The artist’s new project for the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade presents the third chapter of the artist’s series Spielraum (initiated at Ludwig Museum Budapest and MGLC Ljubljana earlier this year) which questions the potential of instrumentalization of visual language, rhetoric and architecture in the construction of the State as spectacle throughout recent history. 

The building represented the physical embodiment of new ideas in post 2WW Yugoslavia. What was constructed as the stage for new world politics presenting a middle course for states in the developing world between the Western and Eastern Blocs in the Cold War, today exists as an empty theatre box: void of its actors. It is the stage that becomes the actor itself, it is the stage that Jasmina Cibic resurrects as the focal point of ideological consideration in her exhibition Tear Down and Rebuild. Movie trailer

Jasmina Cibic (Ljubljana, 1979) is one of a new generation of Slovenian artists who lives in London.  Her practice, although acutely conscious of a specific national political, cultural and artistic lineage creates a very distinctive language of its own. She angages in media of video, instalation, object and photography. She has represented the Republic of Slovenia at the 55th Biennale of Contemporary Art in Venice, followed by experienced international success. Jasmina Cibic has presented his works in solo exhibitions in galleries throughout Europe and the world and participated in a large number of group exhibitions. She has won several awards including awards Bevilacqua la Masa and the Trend for outstanding achievements in the visual arts in Slovenia. More about the artist at and