Siniša Ilić is a visual artist whose work includes, drawing, painting, installation, video works, and performance. Ilić’s practice addresses social phenomena and mechanisms, exploring forms of labor, tension, social violence and states of uncertainty. Ilić is a co-founder of TkH (Walking Theory) art and theory platform, founded by a group for theoretician and artists at the end of 2000 in Belgrade. Ilić collaborates with artists and authors on a range of collaborative projects. Selected exhibitions: 2016. Without a Proposition for a Concrete Solution, Vladimir Nazor Gallery, Zagreb; Pavilion, Dom omladine; Pleasure of Love, 56 October Salon, Belgrade, Your country doesn't exist, MKC, Split; Museum On/Off, Centre Pompidou; Habits and customs of _____are so different from ours that we visit them with the same sentiment that we visit exhibitions, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris. 2015. Spaces for Maneuver—Between Abstraction and Accumulation, 3rd Ural Industrial Biennial, Yekaterinburg; Written away, Nova Gallery, Zagreb; Quadrennial of performance space, Prague; Sapore di sale, Studio Tomaseo, Trieste. 2014. Missing Amount, Kabinet, Berlin; Mundus vadit retro, Kibla Portal, Maribor; Stone, Wood and Paradise Syndrom, 1933 Contemporary, Shanghai; Turnovers, Museum Of Contemporary Arts Belgrade and Tate Modern. 2013. Inverted House, with Tina Gverović, Tate Modern; Dear Art, Calvert 22, London, Nova Gallery, Zagreb; Who's That Singing' Over There, Memorial Nadezda Petrovic, Cacak; Just what is it that makes today so familiar, so uneasy? LIAF. Ilić is the recipient of the Mangelos, Nadezda Petrovic Memorial and Okotbarski salon Awards. As an artist in residence, Ilić received following scholarships: 2016. Q21, Vienna, 2015 Kulturvermittlung Steiermark, Graz; 2015 Akademie der Kunste der Welt, Cologne; 2013 Tate Modern, London; 2013 Kamov, Rijeka; 2009 Kultur Kontakt, Vienna; 2006 ISCP, New York; 2003-5 Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart.