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Open Doors Day / Spaces of Excessivity / Salon of the MoCA / 29.5. from 12 till 8pm

Talk programs | 29.05.2015



Open Doors Day / Spaces of Excessivity  / Conversation with Ana Knežević

Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, 14 Pariska St
May 29, 2015 (from 12pm till 8pm)

On this day artist Ana Knežević will tell you everything about the exhibition and her works.

Artists: Ana Knežević, Nemanja Lađić, Marko Marković
Curator: Žaklina Ratković

The exhibition “Spaces of Excessivity” presents authors who deal in their artistic practice in a specific way with the notion of space. With different approaches, the artists Ana Knežević, Nemanja Lađić and Marko Marković problematize the reception of space, its structure, homogeneity and plans. 

Ana Knežević's interests range in the frameworks of interdisciplinary research projects, which integrate in themselves science, technology and art. In her works she explores relations and interdependence of space, light and sound. Her works rely on the environment, are actualized in relation to a concrete situation of a found place and constructed as site-specific installations. In the given space, Ana Knežević realizes the form of a drawing in space, through which one passes with one's body. With this act, the visitor becomes a participant in the work itself, which should be activated by the observer's look.

The artist points out that she is especially interested in the notion of emptiness and negative space, and with her work, connecting scientific research with art, she brings new spatial experiences that change our standard perception.

Ana Knežević (Belgrade, 1976) Graduated painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 2002 in class of Slobodan Roksandić. Studied painting at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston in 2003/04. She mainly engages in light/sound installations, as well as drawing and painting. She has realized several projects in public spaces and had numerous group and independent exhibitions, among others, in Boston in 2003 and in Paris in 2009. Ana Knežević has won several awards including award Artslink in New York. Currently she is living and working in New York City. More about the artist at http://www.anaknezevic.net/ana.html