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Andrea Palašti (f)
Artist in Residence

Herkunftsland: Serbien
KKA-Residency: 2018
Webseite: http://www.andreapalasti.com

Porträtfoto Andrea Palašti
Porträtfoto Andrea Palašti
©Andrea Palašti
Andrea Palašti is a visual artist, born in 1984 in Novi Sad, Serbia. She holds a master’s degree in Photography at the Academy of Art, University of Novi Sad. In 2015, she graduated with PhD in Art and media theory from the University of Arts in Belgrade. Works across artistic and curatorial boundaries that experiments with archives, methodologies and contextual aspects of art, concentrating on issues of cultural geography and the everyday life. In her work she is investigating the cultural, social and/or political circumstances in her country and the region, often with playful and humorous attitude. She has recently been appointed as an associate professor in Visual communications of the Department for New media at the Academy of Art in Novi Sad. Since 2006, she has been exhibiting and collaborating with different artists, art collectives and initiatives.

2009/15 PhD Art and Media Theory, University of Arts in Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
2004/09 BFA & MFA in Photography, University of Novi Sad, Academy of Art, Novi Sad, Serbia
2007 Ateliers Varan, Balkan Regional Documentary Filmmaking course, Belgrade, Serbia

2017 Testemony – Truth or Politics, Boccanera Gallery, Trento, Italy
2017 Re-constructing the photographic image #4, at Gallery FLORA, Dubrovnik, Croatia
2016 Different Worlds / Young Contemporary Photography from SoutEast Europe, Photon Gallery, Vienna, Austria
2016 Dig where you stand, curated by Naomi Henning; project space Uqbar, Berlin, Germany
2016 Photonic Moments – Month of Photography festival of 2016: Evening Projections; ZRC Atrium, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2016 Urban bio-geo-graphy, Fotogalerie im Rathaus, Graz, Austria
2014 Disappearing Things – 55th October Salon Belgrade, Belgrade City Museum, New Military Academy, Belgrade, Serbia. Curators: Nicolaus Schafhausen and Vanessa Joan Müller
2014 Subdued Existence: Serbian Contemporary Art Scene, Gallery 202, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan. Curators: Cheng-Lin Chang, Sanja Kojić Mladenov and Svetlana Mladenov
2014 FIELDS, Arsenāls Exhibition Hall of LNMM, Riga, Latvia (w. Isidora Todorović). Curators: Raitis Smits, Rasa Smite and Armin Medosch
2014 Voyage to Europe – From Life to Death to Life; Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn, NY, USA. Curators: Mia David & Zoran Ðaković Minniti

2017 Home workouts; in cooperation with the students of the Academy of Art in Novi Sad, at ARTGET gallery, Cultural Centre of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
2016 Bühnenbilder, at Gallery Menjačnica, Goethe-Institut Belgrad, Belgrade, Serbia
2015 10 Easy-to-Get Images to Make You Look like a President, Gallery of Photography - pf, Centrum Kultury Zamek, Poznan, Poland. Curators: Karolina Majewska-Güde and Dorota Walentynowicz
2014 Second nature, Gallery PM, The Croatian Association of Visual Artists (HDLU), Zagreb, Croatia
2014 The Contemporary Archive – a special collection, Archiv der Zeitgenossen, Danube University Krems, Austria
2013 of Love, Tension and other Minorities, Gallery of Dom omladine, Belgrade (w. Vanja Bućan & Boris Lukić)
2012 Second nature, in collaboration with The Culture of Memory: Present of the Past (w. Marija Ratković and Dejan Vasić) in the framework of the 15. Biennial of Art in Pančevo, Gallery of the Historical Archive in Pančevo, Serbia, curated by Nikola Dedić and Aneta Stojnić
2012 Short Cuts, Ulična galerija, Belgrade, in the framework of PHOTO-DOCUMENTS 02, curated by Miroslav Karić, Una Popović and Svetlana Varagić
2012 Girls and Balkan disco, a two part exhibition series at Shock gallery, Art klinika, Novi Sad, Serbia

2016 Gallery Partizan, Exhibition practicum a series of exhibitions of the students from the dapartment of New Media / Academy of Art in Novi Sad, at Petrovaradin/Novi Sad, Serbia
2015 Portraits and Memories, A project by the Federation of Jewish Communities in Serbia and in collaboration with The Jewish Historical Museum in Belgrade, James Lowell May, Ivana Vranešević, Ružica Dević and Milovan Pisarri
2014 14-14, Fundamentals, The 14th International Architecture Exhibition, directed by Rem Koolhaas and organized by la Biennale di Venezia, Venezia, Italy
Authors: Aleksandar Hrib, Zlatko Nikolić, Jelena Radonjić, Marko Salapura, Igor Sladoljev, and in collaboration with Srđan Keča
2013 CLOSE UP&BLOW UP: Reconstructing the photographic image, Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Serbia
2012/13 - Shock gallery, as part of the project Shock Cooperative (Sok Zadruga), MMC LED ART, ex-Art Klinika, Novi Sad, Serbia (w. Nikola Džafo and Slobodan Stošić)
2010 - Hybrid Media Camp, Begeč, Serbia (w. Aditya Mandayam, Isidora Todorović and Marko Ercegović)

2017 Staff Mobility Grant for teaching and training, Program Erasmus+/KA1 Higher Education; Accademia di Belle Arti di Napoli, Napoli, Italy
2016 Dig where you stand, residency project invited by Naomi Henning in cooperation with Confrontation Through Art, Berlin, Germany
2016 EHRI Fellowship Programme: USHMM, Washington (D.C.), United States of America; Bundesarchiv, Berlin / Koblenz, Germany; The Wiener Library, London, United Kingdom
2016 Photographic colony in the village Orlovat. Orlovat, Serbia. Curators: maramaida /Mara Marković & Maida Gruden/
2013 Artist in Residence Krems, invited by Galerie Stadtpark, Krems an der Donau, Austria
2013 Award of the 54th October Salon, Belgrade, Serbia
2013 Artist in Residence Program of Campus Culture/Danube University Krems, in collaboration with Archiv der Zeitgenossen, Krems, Austria
2013 Nida Art Colony, for Techno-Ecologies residency (w. Isidora Todorović), Nida, Lithuania
2011 Production grant of the Secretary of Culture of the Republic of Serbia for the project The minority, Belgrade, Serbia
2011 Doctoral Scholarship of Ministry of Science of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia
2010 Hungarian National Cultural Fund, College of Photography - Author's Grant, Budapest, Hungary
2010 Doctoral Scholarship of the Balassi Institute and the Ministry of National Resources, Budapest, Hungary
2008 Mangelos production award for the work Albania, a new Mediterranean love, Belgrade, Serbia

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