Boris Glamocanin is a visual artist working in different fields and various media. Based on research and historical elements, personal, emotional, sexual and other identities that have been banned, underrecognized, or permanently endangered by the society are the main focus of his artistic projects. All in a Day's Work at Splatterpool Gallery in NY in 2012 featured an interactive presentation, where the audience participates in the making of the artwork. The collaboration with Sandra Dukic and the women of Ljubija, Ljubia Kills, has been presented at ISCP, Brooklyn, NYC, in 2012 and at SPAPORT 2010 Exposures, Museum of Contemporary Art, Banja Luka, BIH, 2008. In addition, his work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, BIH; CYBERFEST2011, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Art; The Center for Book Art; The Big Screen Project; and ARTspace Media Lounge. He was awarded the 2011 ZVONO Award for collaborative work with Sandra Dukic. He currently lives in NY and works in the field of photography and video.