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Adela Jušić (f)
Artist in Residence

Herkunftsland: Bosnien-Herzegowina
KKA-Residency: 2012
Webseite: http://www.adelajusic.wordpress.com

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©Adela Jušić
Born in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 1982.
Founder and member of Association for Culture and Art CRVENA. Lives and works in Sarajevo.

1997-2001 High school of Applied Arts, Sarajevo
2001-2007 Academy of Fine Arts, Sarajevo
2012-2013 Democracy and Human rights in South East Europe, Sarajevo and Bologna University

•54th October Salon Award, 2013
•Charlama gallery award for best work of young artist, 2012
•Henkel Young Artists Prize CEE 2011
•YVAA Zvono for the best Bosnian young artist, 2010
•2010 Temporary City, Kozelites Approach Art Association, Pecs, Hungary
•2010 Miskolc Institute for Contemporary Art, Miskolc, Hungary
•2011 ISCP, New York, USA
•2012 Kulturkontakt, Vienna, Austria
•2013 Erma Scholarship, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•2013 Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities Skopje, Internship as part of ERMA program, Macedonia

•Ride the Recoil - Triple Canopy online project, New York, USA
•What has our struggle given us, curated by Pierre Courtin and CRVENA, Duplex Gallery, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Bedtime Stories, in collaboration with Lana Čmajčanin, curated by Marijana Stanić and Irena Bekić, Pogon Jedinstvo, 90-60-90 Gallery, Zagreb, Croatia
• When I die, you can do what you want, Zvono Young Visual Artist Award exhibition, Duplex gallery, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Temporary Here, in collaboration with Lana Cmajcanin, Artist in Residence Program, Pecs, Hungary
•In the name of… in collaboration with Daniel Premec, Gallery Duplex, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Who needs DRNC?, selected by Markus Kersting and Emira Krupic, Gallery Kuk, Cologne, Germany
•A dinner for three, Gallery Duplex, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Who needs DRNC? , Gallery 10m2, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Deconstruction of the Image, Gallery of Academy of Fine Arts, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•One times one equals two, ARTATAK / SCCA, So.Ba, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

•International exchange and studio program Basel, residency program, Switzerland
•BONE 16, Performance Art Festival, Exhibition opening, Stadtgalerie, Bern, Switzerland
•Art of Change, Forum on the Conclusion of the Swiss Cultural Programme in South Eastern Europe (SCP), Kornhausforum Bern, Switzerland
•Art Basel, Miami Beach - represented by Alan Cristea Gallery, London, Miami, USA
•Balkans?, curated by Nic Bezemer and Annina Zimmermann, Projektraum Basement, Basel, Switzerland
•Artist talk, Basement gallery, Basel, Switzerland
•Commemorative Culture – Politics of Memory – Identity, panel discussion, Kaserne Basel, Switzerland
•If I tell you the story, will you forget, curated by Irena Borić, Gallery SC, Zagreb Croatia
•54th October salon, No One Belongs Here More Than You Do, curated by Redmined, Kluz, Belgrade, Serbia
•…Was is Kunst?… Resuming a fragmented history, curated by Sandro Droschl and Christian Egger, Kunstlerhaus, Halle fur Kunst and Medien, Graz, Austria
•Victory Obsessed, curated by Agata Rogos, “ZAMEK” Culture Centre, Poznan, Poland
•Show Room 2, curated by Pierre Courtin, Duplex gallery, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•GOOD GIRLS _ MEMORY, DESIRE, POWER, curated by Bojana Pejić and Olivia Nitis, National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC) u Bucharest, Romania
•Art and Conflict, Workshop 1 – Art and Memory, Royal College of Art, London, UK
•Conflicted Memories, curated by Gwendolyn Sasse and Helen Waters, Alan Cristea Gallery , London, UK
•Bodies without Organs: The Voice, curated by Joseph Constable, Yuval Etgar, Huma Kabakci, Tarini Malik, Zsuzsanna Stánitz, Aisha Stoby, and Angelica Sule, CCA Hackney Picturehouse, London, UK
•Paris Art Fair, Duplex Gallery, Paris, France
•Conflicted Societies, Memory and the Visual Arts - Panel, Conflict Research Group at the Department of Government, London School of Economics, London, UK

•Living Archive/Bring in Take Out, curated by Redmined, Marsal Tito barracks, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•I will never talk about the war again, curated by Vladan Jeremić, KIBELA, Maribor, Slovenia
•Image Counter Image, curated by Patrizia Dander, Leon Krempel, Julienne Lorz, Ulrich Wilmes, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany
•Secondary Witness, curated by Maayan Shellef, ISCP, New York
•3rd BBB Short Film Festival, Tirana, Albania
•Intimacies, curated by Jonathan Blackwood and Branka Vujanovic, Collegium Artisticum, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•High-Wire Act, curated by Dunja Kukovec, La maison Folie Wazemmes, Lille, France
•Artist in residence group exhibition, Art Point gallery, KulturKontakt, Vienna, Austria
•Be realistic – demand the impossible!, curated by Lejla Hodžić, Karin Lernbeiß, Margarethe Makovec, Eva Meran, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Be realistic – demand the impossible!, curated by Lejla Hodžić, Karin Lernbeiß, Margarethe Makovec, Eva Meran, association for contemporary art , Graz, Austria
•Festival “Rdeče Zore”, Metelkova, Ljubljana, Slovenia
•Living Archive/Bring in Take Out, Perpetum Mobile video archive and artist talk, curated by Redmined, Alkatraz, Ljubljana, Slovenia
•Past Entangled Tense / Cityscapes, selected by Margarita Dorovska, Transitland video archive screenings, Central Army Club, Sofia, Bulgaria

•Videonale on tour, curated by Georg Elben and Jun-Jeih Wang, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan
•Video Salon 5 / Curatorial Rebound, project by Pierre Courtin, Duplex Gallery, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Bring in Take out – Living Archive, curated by Redmined, Gliptoteka, Zagreb, Croatia
•I will never talk about the war again, psychosis, part 1, project by Vladan Jeremić, Färgfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden
•Spaceship Yugoslavia/The Suspension of Time, NGBK, Berlin, Germany
•Continuity, curated by Irena Cercnik, Center for Contemporary Arts, Celje, Slovenia
•VIDEO RE:VIEW FESTIVAL, Videonale on tour, BWA Contemporary Art Gallery, Katowice, Poland
•Artists from the 10m2 collection, Duplex/10m2, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Videonale, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany

•Decolonial Aesthetics, selected by Marina Grzinic, El Parqueadero, Bogota, Colombia
•6 in 1, Bosnian National Gallery, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•My War, online exhibition, selected by Omar Kholeif, FACT
•Zvono award, finalist exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Manifesta 8, selected by Tranzit.org, Murcia, Spain
•Video Salon Ephermere, La Nuit Blanche, selected by Pierre Courtin, Paris, France
•Nama Treba, selected by Igor Bosnjak, Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Women in war zones – Balkan, International Women’s Film Festival in Rehovot, Rehovot, Israel
•International Women Film Festival Dortmund | Cologne, selected by Marina Grzinic, Cologne, Germany
•Projected Visions, Appolonia Art Exchanges, selected by Zlatan Filipovic, espace Appolonia, Strasbourg, France
•Videospritz | Transitland video art from Central and Eastern Europe 1989-2009, curated by Rita Kálmán and Tijana Stepanović, Studio Tommaseo, Trieste, Italy

South East European Film Festival, Goethe Institute Los Angeles, Transitland, selected by Kathy Rae Huffman and Vera Mijojlic , Los Angeles, USA
•Transitland – Sofia Launch event , selected by Kathy Rae Huffman, The Red House, Center for Culture and Debate, Sofia, Bulgaria
•Global South, selected by Dunja Kukovec, Gallery P74, Festival “City of Women”, Ljubljana, Slovenia
•Women personally, curated by Branka Vujanovic, Huizer Museum, Netherlands
•Contemporary Bosnian Art vs Dead Rabbits, National selection for “SPA PORT”, selected by Igor Bosnjak, Banski dvor, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•I will find a title / Brothers in Arms,selected by Pierre Courtin, Gallery Kuk, Cologne, Germany
•Miramidani, Peace Activist Meeting, Groznjan, Croatia
•Video salon 4, Curatorial Rebound Project by Pierre Courtin, Gallery Duplex, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Balkan video box, selected by Pierre Courtin, “Lille3000”, Tri Postal, Lille, France
•Art and terrorism: art of Bosnia and Herzegovina after September 11th, selected by Irfan Hosic, City Gallery, Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Am I that name? , selected by WO kolektiv: Jelena Graovac, Marijana Rimanic and Tanja Spoljar Gallery SC, Zagreb, Croatia

•Video Salon 3, selected by Pierre Courtin, Gallery Kuk, Cologne, Germany
•The Great Noon, project by Alexis Agryroglo, Gallery Duplex, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•The 5th Busan International Video Festival, Korea
•Balkan Video Box, selected by Pierre Courtin, Parcours West, La generale, curated by Pierre Courtin, Paris, France
•Balkan Express vol 2, Festival of Balkan Culture, Gallery Pixel Art, Varsovie, Poland
•International Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art “SPA PORT”, selected by Ana Nikitovic, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Festival Days of Sarajevo, Center for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade, Serbia
•Women Personally , selected by Branka Vujanovic Museum of the city of Zenica // Gallery „Enver Krupic“ Bihac // Festival of Women Art “Pitchwise”, ACIPS, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•Video salon 3, Curatorial Rebound project by Pierre Courtin, Gallery 10 m2, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•The 6th Festival of Short Movies, OKC „Abrasevic“, Mosta

Weitere Informationen:
Upcoming/ present exhibitions/screenings/presentations
•2014 February 1st- State Abed, curated by Nataša Kadin, Gallery of Fine Arts, Split, Croatia
•2014 March 15th – SHARE – too much history, MORE future, curated by Annemarie Tuerk, Bosnian National Gallery, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
•2014 March 24th - ZOOM Sarajevo, curated by Andrea Naica – Loebell, Munich, Germany
•2014 March 27th-30th - Paris Art Fair, Duplex Gallery, Paris, France
•2014 April – May – T.I.C.A. artist in residence program, Tirana, Albania
•2014 June 5th- Memory Lane, curated by Pierre Courtin, Agnes B Gallery, Paris, France






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