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Adela Jušić

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Adela Jušić works mostly in video performance. Socially engaged and rooted in personal experiences, her artistic practice revolves around the subject of Yugoslav wars and regional post-conflict and transitional politics. Furthermore, in her works, she deals with the Antifascist struggle of women of Yugoslavia during the World War II, as well as their role in building this new socialist state in the postwar period. She is a co-founder and working at cultural projects at the Association for Culture and Art Crvena since 2010. Jušić has exhibited in around 100 international exhibitions including Manifesta 8, Murcia, Spain; Videonale, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany; Image Counter Image, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany; Balkan Insight, Pompidou Center, Paris etc. She has participated in several artists in residence programs ( ISCP, New York; Kulturkontakt, Vienna; i.a.a.b. Basel). She won Young Visual Artist Award for the best young Bosnian artist in 2010, Henkel Young Artist Price CEE in 2011, and Special award of Belgrade October Salon in 2013. She participated in numerous panels, workshops, and conferences (London School of Economics, Royal College of Art, London, UK etc.)

Cultural exchange programs between the US and Central and Eastern Europe since 1990


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