- cv / on work
- 2001 // Before and After
- 2002 // Unnescessity out of Pleasure
- 2002 //…to tell you something…
- 2004 // C8H11N
- 2005 // Gift for a gift
- 2005 // In the place of the place
- 2006 // Exchange or – what we did not know about amateurism
- 2007 // MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME AND WELCOME!!!!
- 2011 // ptice/vogel
- 2011 // Two lines in a loop
- 2012 // postcards – installation
- 2013 // putujem! selim se! svega mi je dosta!
- 2013 // Toliko pitanja!
Common is the notion that the south lies at the opposite of north and that the north is supposedly ascendant, more prone to power, and closer to the imagined center. The south is cast as the peripheral and the dispossessed and that it gathers at the perceived fringes of province on a map of asymmetries. Such a curious psycho-geographical, or geopolitical, imagination yields another antinomy: the west and the east, bearing more or less equivalent valences as north and south. This procedure of organizing the world reduces the latter into polarities and verticalities, the west is modern and everywhere yet the east is timeless and afar. The situation where the south and the east cohere to form the coordinate of the southeast is exceptional. It is possibly a double negation: not north, not west. And as such, it is a productive locus: it is not the center, twice.
Participating artists: Art Labor (Vietnam), Pio Abad (The Philippines), Jon Cuyson (The Philippines), Maung Day (Myanmar), frombandungtoberlin.net (trans-national), Nilbar Güreş (Turkey), Ahdiyat Nur Hartata (Indonesia), Maja Hodošček (Slovenia), Ana Hušman (Croatia), Eisa Jocson (The Philippines), Šejla Kamerić (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Li Jinghu (China), Dalibor Martinis (Croatia), Sebastian Moldovan (Romania), Jakrawal Nilthamrong (Thailand), Aemilia Papaphilippou (Greece), Raluca Popa (Romania), Lia Perjovschi (Romania), Marko Tadić (Croatia), Saša Tkačenko (Serbia), Pradeep Thalawatta (Sri Lanka), The Bureau of Melodramatic Research (Romania), Lyno Vuth (Cambodia), Zhou Tao (China)
Intervju je nastao u sklopu Abecede nezavisne kulture, projekta dokumentiranja i predstavljanja kulturnih i umjetničkih praksi u regiji koji, uz potporu Balkanskog fonda za umjetnost i kulturu, zajednički provode SEEcult.org, Kulturpunkt.hr i Booksa.hr. Autori intervjua su novinarka Janja Sesar, snimatelj Ivan Slipčević i redatelj Kyril Rubinstein.
Artists: Bojan Bem, Marko Crnobrnja, Uroš Đurić, Ana Hušman, Zdravko Joksimović, Omer Ali Kazma, Zoran Naskovski, Slavimir Stojanović, Miloš Tomić, Dragan Živančević.
Pre dve godine Kulturni centar Beograda formirao je Kolekciju Oktobarski salon, zbirku radova koje su umetnici poklonili. Među njima nalaze se i radovi na temu fudbala. Daljim istraživanjem ispostaviće se – ne slučajno – da je lista vizuelnih umetnika koji u svojim radovima koriste fudbal kao medij impresivna, i po sadržaju i po obimu. S druge strane, izložbe savremene umetnosti posvećene ovom sportu, i kod nas i u svetu, retke su, pa ova disproporcija na najbolji način ilustruje „elitistički“ odnos prema fudbalu.
The 12th edition of our festival is a small film pilgrimage. After the big comeback to our castle Veliki Tabor, our nomadic film souls have again decided to rove and show short films all around Hrvatsko zagorje but also prove that film can find its audience everywhere – in castles, on squares, in cinemas, in mountains, in valleys…
Exhibiting: Peter Macapia, Vito Acconci, Paolo Cirio, Einat Amir, Tonči Antunović, Ivan Argote, Fayçal Baghriche, Mladen Stilinović, Ana Hušman, Luciana Lamothe, Peter Rostovsky, Mary Jeys
Projections: Ante Babaja, Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton
Borroworrob: In many ways every artistic work is posed in relation to another force. This activity is already spatial. A question borrows space from the space that it questions, but this also robs the space it questions of its own space, sometimes a lot, sometimes just a little – doubling it, turning it inside out – returning symmetry to asymmetry. For this exhibition, Macapia brings together various questions concerning space, including economics, engaged urban research, and history.
For multimedia artist and filmmaker Ana Hušman, socially constructed interactions are a constant source of fascination and creative inspiration, and film is the perfect media to examine these scripted behaviors.
The point of departure is the notion of “total work of art” coined more or less in times when the nation state and, consequently, national art were invented. But, just like the totality of artistic experience, once established, has been dismantled, works by Ana Hušman, Lala Rascic, Ivana Franke, David Maljković, Damir Očko, and Fokus grupa (Iva Kovač and Elvis Krstulovic), questioning perception, identity construction, modernist past and present of permanent transition, language and its performativity, do not corroborate national self-presentation in contemporary art.
Podroom, Trg republike 5 ili Knez Mihailova 6 (iz Beogradskog izloga)
Radno vreme: 12:00 – 20:00, nedeljom ne radi
Na izložbi Ane Hušman i Marka Tadića biće prikazani najnoviji radovi hrvatskih umetnika, koje je publika u Beogradu već imala prilike da upozna. Filmovi Ane Hušman Nogomet i Ručak bili su prikazani prošle godine na 53. Oktobarskom salonu, a na ovogodišnjem Salonu u okviru prezentacije Živog arhiva – Perpetuum mobile može se pogledati i rad Marka Tadića.
Artists: Rossella Biscotti, Melanie Bonajo, Gabriela Golder, Nicoline van Harskamp, Ana Hušman, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Jane Jin Kaisen, Magda M, Tamara Moyzes, Marina Naprushkina, Aleka Polis, Marta Prus.
The exhibition ”Women Commentators” in the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle is dedicated to the art of the young generation of female artists who comment on current political, social and artistic affairs through their art. Main criteria for the selection of pieces for the exhibition include the strength of the artist’s position on the chosen subject, as well as the artistic presentation of conclusions and personal reflections on topics considered uncharacteristic as they relate to women. Since these pieces are not anonymous, they constitute remarkably brave comments on each particular issue. The exhibition will be accompanied by a range of events, such as the night screening of documentary films made by women filmmakers, presented and awarded at Planete+ Doc Film Festival.