Femkanje: Radio Mapping the Independent Scene
Zig Zag exhibition, 21st City of Women festival
Škuc gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Radio Mapping the Independent Scene is an audio-visual installation by Femkanje authors - Bojana S. Knežević and Katarina Petrović. The work is part of this years 21st festival City of Women and the accompanying exhibition Zig Zag, curated by Lenka Djorojević.
Zig Zag is an interdisciplinary exhibition displaying multi-layered relations between feminism and autonomously formed socially relevant discourses from the territories of former Yugoslavia.
Planetary Science and Exploration through Art,
European Planetary Science Congress 2015, Nantes
Planetary Science and Exploration through Art session at EPSC will showcase some of the projects that were developed by students taking part at the Space Science in the Arts course at ArtScience Interfaculty department, University of Arts in The Hague. I will be speaking about the ongoing project concerning radio emissions from Jupiter and the deflection of light due to magnetic fields.
Space Science in the Arts at Bright Collisions Symposium
TodaysArt Festival / The Pier, Scheveningen
The European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) and ArtScience Interfaculty representatives, together with artists Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand and author and curator Ewen Chardronnet trigger the audience’s imagination by merging art, physics, chemistry and computer science with uncanny philosophical practices in a quest for new outerspace realities.
European Affairs Final Event
Gallery Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow
Group exhibition of works created during European Affairs research course organised in collaboration between ArtScience Interfaculty, University of Arts, The Hague; Studio of Electroacoustic Music, Academy of Music in Krakow and Intermedia department, Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, February 2015.