Selected works >
|Square / Kvadrat
|The film "Square" shows the process of building a sign / landmark on the hill Kik in northwest Bosnia. The square was proposed to the locals as a political sign whose practical or symbolical function is to be defined by those who built it.|
|In this video, the actor’s failure to stay in the role turns him into the subject of his political surrounding.|
|Our next communism
will be better
|Posters made for the exhibition
"My Communism" organized by MadeIn
Company at TOP in Shanghai
|The List & The Square
|This ongoing project involves a group of people engaging in a series of language exercises|
|The Extra Light Project
Smoke and light installation
|The central event of The Extra Light Project involved a group of 100 theologians and clergymen who formed the core audience for a smoke and light installation in the Noorderkerk, Amsterdam. Two months before the actual installation, the project was interpreted beforehand by two working groups.|
Video documentation and book
|The project made in collaboration with Jean-Jacques Suurmond, Protestant minister, psychoanalyst, writer and columnist from The Netherlands.
Our discussions were published in from of
a book Becoming a Christian that appeared on the occasion of The Extra Light Project.
Installation / wall drawing
|A wall drawing made on the ocassion of the solo exhibition Fiction level at Museum for contemporary art RS in Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina (from 25 February until 25 March 2009)|
|This would have been
enough for Jesus
Installation / wall text
|A wall text made for the group exhibition at De Service Garage in Amstredam (March-April 2009).|
Two-channel video installation
|The main character in this two-channel video installation is confronted under a strong spotlight with series of questions that he has to answer. Every time when the character believes that he gave a correct answer, he receives the punishment to run for 25 seconds.|
|Reconstruction of the workers'
Installation and intervention
at Plainpalais in Geneva,
|Reconstruction of the workers' memorial proposed the rebuilding of a fictive memorial for the contemporary working class of Switzerland on Plainpalais in Geneva.|
|Portrait of the artist
as a church
|The video work Schwabo is a documentary portrait of Radenko Piljagic nicknamed Schwabo, a musician, visual artist and poet from Ivanjska, a village near Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina.|
|Le Sauveur is recorded at refugee camp AMZ Amersfoort in The Netherlands.
People living in the camp were asked to join an audition and to perform one pop-song of their own choice in front of the camera.
The participants chose mostly songs with the religious content.
|Clay, Chalk and Cement
|Video recorded on the three different locations in Bosnia and Herzegovina –
a deserted clay excavation, a chalk factory and a World War II memorial park. The history of violence is presented through three different materials that divide the video in to three chapters: Clay, Chalk and Cement.
|Lecture shows one of the exercises of Swedish troops for peacekeeping operations during which Swedish soldiers meet a Croatian actor in the role of Bosnian local commander and listen to his lengthy monologue, almost a lecture, on history, war and relation between Bosnians and foreign peacekeeping forces.|
Drawings and photographs
|Apparition, something not of this world that appeared, phantom or ghost, entered reality with an attempt to become a vision – a socially relevant factor. Traces is a graphic presentation of this process|
|It's OK, come in me
|Event made for Färgfabriken– Centre for contemporary art and architecture in Stockholm. It was constructed as a theatre play in party environment consisting from live sound and image mixing and participation of 12 persons dressed in police uniforms.|
|Ture Arvidsson's sessions
|This group research was conducted in collaboration with Ture Arvidsson, a Swedish psychoanalyst who frequently uses hypnosis in his practice. A group of seven people was directed to take a simultaneous action while being under hypnosis and to create theatre scenes using their own bodies and limited number of props.|
in 10 seconds
|This triptych is based on a graffiti found in a music pavilion in Wittaberg’s park, Stockholm. The triptych was made for the exhibition Quickening at Museum for Contemporary Art in Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina (1 September-1 October 1998).|
Castricum aan Zee
|In the night of 19 May 1997, the fictive story was reconstructed with help of two strong laser beams that created an endless light road reaching form the beach to the horizon|