субота, 15. септембар 2018.

понедељак, 10. септембар 2018.

Performance "Worry Crosses The River" Danica Bićanić & Bernhard Hansbauer

Togheter with my dear friend Bernhard Hansbauer I was participating in this years 20th International multimedia Art Festival - IMAF. We were performing 20 min long experiment that is called Worry Crosses The River.

The performance Worry Crosses The River is an audiovisual experiment with a focus on reflection and echo motifs. The name points to Higinus (Gaius Julius Hyginus) fable, in which Worry, as an allegory figure, decides to create a being out of soft clay by her own reflection that she has seen while crossing the river. She made the creature with the help of Jupiter and Telus - Earth. A creature - human – remains in the possession of Worry until its death. The aforementioned fable is the central motif of the Hans Blumenberg's book with the same title, which, among other things, raises questions concerning the care of man's existence. Performance Worry Crosses The River draws attention to the Worry's narcissistic impulse and to the human's position within her possession.

Bernhard Hansbauer, born 1972 and living in Vienna/Austria, has been involved with experimental music since the late 1980's, in various projects and activities. Starting out as DJ and event organizer in the field of experimental and post-industrial music, he went on with his own project, Red Chamber, where he released two albums on the Austrian/German netlabel Laridae and was featured on a couple of compilations. In 2007, he started his own music label, Bleak, and hat more than 60 releases in various formats (including vinyl and tapes), including rare live recordings, exclusive material from many renowned post-industrial artists. As artist and DJ, he has been invited to many events and festival, such as the Wroclaw Industrial Festival or Exit Festival. His own music ranges from minimal electronica to dark, rhythmic soundscapes.

недеља, 05. август 2018.

"Hold" instalacija, Dunavski dijalozi 2018. Novi Sad Plus

Nova instalacija Hold, zajedno sa dokumentarnim materijalom prethodnog rada Ciklusi, biće deo pratećeg programa festivala Dunavski dijalozi koji će trajati od 28. avgusta do 8. septembra 2018. Instalacija Hold biće predstavljena 7. septembra na Trgu vladike Nikolaja u Petrovaradinu, zajedno sa radovima novosadskih umetnika Mirjane Blagojev i Nikole Macure. Više informacija možete pronaći na sajtu Festivala.


уторак, 12. јун 2018.

Exhibition “Mapping The Human Brain” @ The Old Biscuit Factory, London UK

My works will be part of the new exhibition called “Mapping The Human Brain” at The Old Biscuit Factory in London UK, organized by art collective Art Number 23, on 22nd June.

Art Number 23 is hosting the group exhibition “Mapping The Human Brain,” with local and international artists. The exhibition will be focussed on the human brain, the four lobes, and their function.


Artists involved:

• “Mapping The Human Brain”

Lito Apostolakou
Sandra Beccarelli
Danica Bicanic
Kate Buckley
Julian Camilo
Sina Ghahremani
Nikki Hafter
Mia - Jane Harris
Lapinus Lapinus
After Before (Stephen McGowan)
Abi Miller
Guy Tarrant
Samar F. Zia

• Open Studios

Keanu Arcadio
Nina Baxter
Gill Button
Andrew Gadd
Lauren Goldie
Craig Jenkins
Tezz Kamoen
Cheryl Papasian
Matthew Pettit
Bernard Rangel
Kira Romano
Dani Tagen
Nam Tran
Lottie Turner
Rodolfo Villaplana
Tom White
Corey White
Cherry Williams
Alex Wood

The main event will take place on the 22nd June from 6:30pm to 9:30pm.

The artists' studios will also be open on Saturday 23rd June and Sunday 24th June from 11am to 6pm.

The exhibition will also be open daily from 11am to 6pm until the 27th June.

100 Clements road
Block F
The Old Biscuit Factory
SE16 4DG

Closest station: Bermondsey Underground (Jubilee line)

The admission is free and no RSVP is needed.