Драган и Лилиана работали в Арт-резиденции в Кронштадте с 20 августа по 1 сентября.
Супрематическая трансмиссия — акция 3 / Suprematistička transmisija – action 3.
Супрематическая трансмиссия Драгана Войводича — это художественная акция с перформативной структурой. Художник провёл её в рамках проекта, над которым работал в Арт-резиденции ГЦСИ-РОСИЗО в Санкт-Петербурге и Кронштадте в августе 2018 года.
Драган Войводич работает с феноменами тела, движения, разрыва, отношений искусства и общества, цитированием, перечитыванием, исследованием непрерывности художественного мышления.
В отличие от «Супрематической композиции: белое на белом» Казимира Малевича, здесь холстом, белым фоном становится Кронштадт, и «картина» в открытом пространстве преобразуется в искусство внутри городской среды. «Супрематическую композицию: белое на белом» художник заменяет мыслью и идеей о живописи, и эта трансформация (живописи) соответствует социальной (по принципу противопоставления).
Художник использует геометрическую супрематическую форму квадрата в контексте, отсылающем к силе и потенциалу первых авангардных художественных практик. Он применяет её в перформансе и художественной акции вне институций. Так Войводич стремится присвоить городское пространство. Он сопоставляет художественное и нехудожественное, институциональное и внеинституциональное, сталкивает случайную публику с художественной формой, которая возникает в неожиданном месте.
— Лилиана Малетин..
Можем ли мы интерпретировать настоящее без понимания прошлого?
Я выросла на русской литературе: книгах Александра Пушкина, Николая Гоголя, Льва Толстого, Федора Достоевского, Антона Чехова, Сергея Есенина, Владимира Маяковского, Владимира Набокова, Михаила Булгакова. Но сейчас ситуация изменилась: глобальный капитализм, современное общество и цифровые сервисы меняют как подходы к чтению, так и все наши культурные привычки.
Как интерпретировать настоящее без прошлого?
В советскую эпоху «Кронштадт был закрытой военной базой. Сегодня город открыт для туристов. Определение и назначение общественного пространства изменилось, потеряло былую значимость. Поэтому Кронштадт — идеальное место, чтобы провести исследование о прошлом и настоящем, искусстве и жизни, традиционном и современном визуальном искусстве и литературе, личной истории, самоидентификации и Других.
Каким способом можно сегодня обсуждать супрематизм Казимира Малевича? Способны ли мы одновременно понимать перформансы Петра Павленского и живопись Анри Матисса? Можем ли любить прозу Виктора Пелевина, как любили книги книги Федора Достоевского? Каким образом соотносится искусство XIX и XX столетий с современным? Знаменитая живопись Матисса отражает только прошлое? Что делает современное произведение искусства шедевром или мусором?
— Лилиана Малетин
National Centre for Contemporary Arts, NCCA, St. Peterburg, August, 2018.
Artist in residency at NCCA (National Centre for contemporary arts) in Kronstadt/ St Petersburg, together with multimedia artist, Dragan Vojvodić, http://www.ncca.ru/sp thanks to The THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION and STATE MUSEUM AND EXHIBITION CENTER “ROSIZO”
How can we discuss Kazimir Malevich’s suprematism today? Can we understand performances by Petr Palvensky and Henri Matisse paintings at the same time? Or can we love Victor Pelevin’s prose like we use to love Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky ‘s books? How does art from the 19th or 20th century compare to the contemporary art? Are well known paintings by Matisse reflect only the past? And what characteristics make contemporary artworks a great work or a trash?
Ljiljana Maletin at MUMOK 2018, publishing text about Yoko Ono, Danas, 20.08.2018.
Q21 residency project , Vienna
Warm welcome to this month’s Artists-in-Residence at the MQ – MuseumsQuartier Wien:
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic invited by BMEIA / Österreichisches Außenministerium
Interview with Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic by Julia Stattin
THE DISCOURSE OF FEMALE ART
Photos: Eva Puella, Vienna, 2018.
Video presentation at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzGkK-OLo6o
Mapping female art in Vienna
left: Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic in front of Yoko Ono work Voice Piece for Soprano, MUMOK, Wien, 2018.
right: Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic with Finnish artist, Elina Brotherus, Kunst House, Wien, 2018.
Research project/ limited-edition Artist’s Book
”Post Nora (performance) art_is (t)?”
designed by: Dragan Vojvodic
A research topic&title inspired by Post Nora exhibition with female artists from Norway and China at Today Art Museum, Bejing in 2006.
Q21 writers residency in Vienna, http://www.q21.at/institutionen/ Recommended by BMEIA
Texts about MQ and Elina Brotherus exhibition by Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic
25-26.08.2018. Danas, Belgrade, Serbia
P.U.L.S.E online magazine
+++Work Presentation https://www.slideshare.net/LjiljanaMaletinVojvo/ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic-work-presentation/LjiljanaMaletinVojvo/ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic-work-presentation
+++Hyperborea; video by Sofija Damnjanovic based on art statement of Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic, May, 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-zLCGfjgdM
EU Japan Fest official report
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić become a member of Association of Writers of Vojvodina
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic for ELLE DECOR, 2018
Published text REYKJAVIK, BJORK & KNAUSGAARD
BLOG at P.U.L.S.E.Preview of “Island- Rejkjavik; turisti, Bjork i Knausgor – Život – Dnevni list Danas” https://www.danas.rs/zivot/island-rejkjavik-turisti-bjork-i-knausgor/
From daily newspaper, Danas, Belgrade, 17.04.2017.
Research project in Reykjvik, Iceland, april, 2018.
From daily newspaper, Blic, Belgrade, 07.02.2017.
and NOVI SAD 2021 Foundation official site
Impressions from Japan: Arists from Novi Sad in the ‘Kizuna’ Exchange Programme
Published in category: News
”Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić and Dragan Vojvodić are artists from Novi Sad who visited Tokyo in mid-January within the ‘Kizuna’ exchange programme organised by the ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation in cooperation with ‘EU-Japan Fest’ from Tokyo.By creating bonds (‘kizuna’ = ‘bond’) in the form of cooperation, the Foundation encourages mobility of artists from Novi Sad in order to make city cultural scene more international and to connect local cultural workers and artists with partners from Japan, so that the end result of this type of exchange would create joint cultural and artistic projects.Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić discussed what residential programmes mean to her, why she recommends them to young artists and what are her impressions of Japan:‘International residential programmes in Spain, Portugal, France, Latvia, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Greenland, in which I have participated since 2006, are integral and unavoidable part of my creation. The possibility to know the ‘Other’ and the ‘Different’ has enabled me to write dozen books, each of them being inspired by the culture of a country I visited thanks to artistic residences. This enabled me to prepare cultural guides to Finland and Sweden, anthology of Norwegian literature, novels that take place in Greenland and Reykjavik, travelogues about Portugal and Catalonia, imagaologial essays about Paris, and numerous articles and blogs about contemporary art. In addition to this, residences have provided opportunities for personal growth, cooperation and friendship with many talented artists, from Island to Japan. This is why I hope, after our visit to Tokyo within the ‘Kizuna’ programme, I will write a book that will motivate young people, especially artists from Novi Sad, to travel; to isolate themselves from everyday life and to get to know an unusual country of developed technology, long tradition and pleasant and gentle people with whom I had a joy to cooperate in this project.’Ljiljana’s husband, Dragan Vojvodić, is a visual artist who also carries positive impressions from this residence, and he conveys the following message to young artists: it is important to move.‘Exchange projects in the USA and Japan (‘Kizuna’) and residential programmes in Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, France, Spain, Portugal, Croatia and Czechia (‘Plants AiR’) have had a great impact on my development, both as an artist and personally; they fundamentally transformed my artistic practice and made me recognisable on the art scene as an artist that creates in-situ using his rich existential experience. It is impossible to create art today without communicating with artists and institutions outside our borders because art becomes more universal and erases attributes that make it local. Mobility is unavoidable in modern age; by travelling and facing the Other, we can get know ourselves and our position in the world more clearly.’
Ljiljana Maletin: From Novi Sad to Tokyo
03.02.2018, Dnevnik, Novi Sad
BLOG at P.U.L.S.E. about Tokyo
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić, Tokyo story
02,03.02.2018, Danas, Belgrade
Kizuna project in Tokyo , thanks to EU Japan Fest from Tokyo
Communication/ Dialogue/ Mobility#2018_Tokyo
This project, which is realised in cooperation with EU JAPAN FEST COMMITTEE from Tokyo http://www.eu-japanfest.org/, encourages mobility of members of Novi Sad cultural scene and establishes cooperation with Japanese cultural organisations and artists.
The selection panel of the ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation decided to recommend Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić www. ljiljanamaletin.wordpress.com and Dragan Vojvodić www.draganvojvodic.wordpress.com and their project ideas.
…. from ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation web site
Artist’s Book Yearbook
Two artbooks by Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic are listed
Vanishing Home and Instruction as writings
Published by Impact Press, September 2017.The ABYB is a biennial reference publication focusing on international activity in the field of book arts. It serves as a resource for librarians, artists, academics, students, collectors, dealers, publishers and researchers, in fact anyone interested in artists’ books!
240pp, 21 x 29.7 cm, black and white offset litho, colour cover.ISBN 978-1-906501-12-9.
Artist’s Book Yearbook 2018-2019
Published by Impact Press at The Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England, Bristol, September 2017
Essays: With her regular page for bookartbookshop, Tanya Peixoto celebrates Kelly Wellman; Endangered Species of Book by John Bently, ponders the disappearance of paper-based books from our daily routines; Liminal Moments At The Edges: Reading Montage Narratives in Artists’ Books by Victoria Cooper explores some examples of the montage within bookworks by Australian artists held within the State Library of Queensland, Brisbane; Peter Seddon Reviews the exhibition Press & Release 2016: Technology and the Evolution of The Artist’s Book at Phoenix Brighton, UK; Josh Hockensmith of the Joseph C. Sloane Art Library at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA, explains The Artists’ Books Critical Index Project, gathering citations of where specific artists’ books are mentioned or pictured in literature about artists’ books; Egidija Ciricaite considers In the Space of Time – the metaphor of book space as “time” in artists’ books from the Prescriptions collection held at the University of Kent Special Collections and Archives, UK; in unfoldingthinking – Making Book Art with Scientists, Les Bicknell reflects on his recent artist’s residency at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Nanoscience and Technology at Cambridge University, UK, and the bookworks produced to date; from Poland, in What if my artist’s book is not really an object…, Anna Juchnowicz discusses her long-term project using printmaking, artists’ books and installation to express ideas from the poetry of Sappho today; inBEEZER: Library Interventions, Nick Norton reflects on the artists, designers, writers and performers participating in the interventions programme at Leeds College of Art, UK. Since 2013 Library Interventions has been making the creative potential of the library visible to a wide audience; in Un-Flattened: Book Arts and the Artist’s Map, Rosie Sherwood, UK, asks from the perspective of a book artist – Can a map be a reflection of a place, an experience, an emotional response?
Cover design: Tom Sowden
Artists’ pages by: Stephan Erasmus, Gloria Glitzer, Kellie Hindmarch, Sarah Jacobs, Sophie Loss, Hazel Roberts, Tricia Treacy, and Claire Yspol.
The listings sections detail some of the vast amount of artists’ books activity, education and discussion taking place around the world and include: Artist’s Book Publishers & Presses; Bookshops for artists’ books; Artist’s Book Dealers; Galleries & Centres; Collections, Libraries & Archives; Artist’s Book Fairs and Events; Book Arts Courses and Workshops; resources for Design, Print & Bind; Print and Papermaking Studios; Journals and Magazines; New Reference Publications; Organisations, People, Projects and Societies.
In the Artists’ Books Listings section, you can discover 400+ examples of new artists’ books from the information sent in by artists in the following countries: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Russia, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, the UK and the USA.
240pp, 21 x 29.7 cm, black and white offset litho, colour cover.
RECOOMANDTION FOR THE READING
Ljiljana Maletin, Norway from Bjornson to Knausgaard, Novi Sad, 2016.
Future projects: Kizuna research project - NS 2021 & Japan Fest, Tokyo, Japan, January, 2018. Q21, MuseumsQuartier, Wien, West balkan writers residency, July-August, 2018.1.11.2017. Bulevar books, Novi Sad Literary Event Coordinator more info: https://novisadknjizevnajesen.wordpress.com/
Prose published on the Regional portal for literature Strane. bahttp://strane.ba/o-nama/ http://strane.ba/author/ljiljanamaletinvojvodic/
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić, Writer on temporary work in exilehttp://strane.ba/ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic-spisateljica-na-privremenom-radu-u-egzilu/
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic, Kemp in supermarket
Danube dialogues, international media festival, septembre, 2017, Novi Sad
Educational Workshop with the students titled How to understand contemporary art? held by Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic
photo by: Christine Pirker
Kizuna’ exchange programme – Japan 2017 grant
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić for Japan Have Been Recommended
The ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation, in cooperation with the EU-Japan Fest organisation from Tokyo, grant for research trip to Japan.
The ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation has carried out first evaluation within the public call for financial support to local artists and cultural workers for realisation of study and research trip to Japan within the ‘Kizuna’ exchange programme.
This project, which is realised in cooperation with EU-Japan Fest organisation, encourages mobility of members of Novi Sad cultural scene and establishes cooperation with Japanese cultural organisations and artists.
The selection panel has decided to recommend the following candidates and their project ideas:
– Biljana Jelkić
– Tanja Šovanj
– Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić
– Dragan Vojvodić
Ljiljana Maletin’s article published at daily newspaper Danas
Text by Ljiljana Maletin about Dragan Vojvodic and Kamov residency“Suprematistička tranzicija i transmisija | SEEcult.org”“MUZEJ MODERNE I SUVREMENE UMJETNOSTI – RIJEKA”
July/ August 2017.
Cooperation in project at MMSU, Rijeka (Croatia), photos for Dragan Vojvodic performance and art action
Ljiljana Maletin during research trip at Croatia, July/ August 2017.
Co-writing time at Mokrin house.
A coworking and coliving space located in the north of Serbia, a modern and urban spot in a rural surrounding.
* Studies have shown that stepping out of the regular work environment increases productivity and creativity. That is why Mokrin House offers a program for both teams and individuals that want to replace the stressful and busy urban business environment with a more down to earth, nature oriented work environment.http://www.danas.rs/zivot.1140.html?news_id=351067&title=Mokrin%3A+Urbani+koncept+u+ravnici pDF Mokrin House
Text about Ljiljana Maletin ‘ s writings and last book about Sweden
01.06.2017, Dnevnik, Novi Sad28-29 PDF_TVmagazin 01 07 2017 Ljiljana Maletin photos of Dragan Vojvodic’s work on art posters
New book published in June 2017, about Sweden after artist in residence at Konstepidemin, Goteborg, Sweden.http://prozaonline.com/2017/06/09/nova-knjiga-o-svedskoj/ 57. Biennale di Venezia Viva, Arte, Viva Vernissage press preview 10-12.05.2015. dne_vj_1905_11 Dnevnik, Novi Sad, 19.05.2017. Faust in Venice, Danas, Belgrade 19.05.2017. http://www.danas.rs/zivot.1140.html?news_id=346207&title=Italija%3a+Faust+u+Veneciji Towards the forest Karl Ove Knausgaard on Munch Munchmuseet, Oslo http://www.danas.rs/zivot.1140.html?news_id=345628&title=Oslo%3a+Knji%C5%BEevni+rok-star+u+Munkovom+muzeju Bil Viola in Florence Research trip to Italy Florence-Venice 28.04-01.05.2015. Galleria degli Uffizi Uffizi –Galería de la Academia- Punto della Dogana – Palazzo Grassi Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti –Leonardo da Vinci -Sandro Botticelli – Damien Hirst – Jeff Koons David – The Birth of Venus – Primavera -Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable
Ljiljana Maletin in front of art works in Italy; photo: Dragan Vojvodic
Texts published in Danas, daily newspaper
Demian Hirst in Venice
Ljiljana Maletin about Grayson Perry’s tapestry series (2012), The Vanity of Small Differences at MSUV, 12.04.2017.More info: http://pulse.rs/o-tastini-malih-razlika-grejsona-perija-u-msuv-u-u-novom-sadu/
Ljiljana Maletin at MSUV. Photo: Radomir Tadic, 07.04.2017.
Ljiljana Maletin text about Exposition “L´insoutenable légèreté de la transition” in Paris
Danas, Belgrade, 22.03.2017.Ljiljana Maletin on her research Trip to Paris (France), 2017. Ljiljana’s book about Paris named Proust’s ‘madeleine at the supermarket in Paris, 2017. Exposition “L´insoutenable légèreté de la transition”, Paris Du 16 mars au 22 avril 2017
Ljiljana Maletin: «La transmission du suprématisme» de Dragan Vojvodic
La poétique de l’artiste multimédia de Novi Sad (Serbie), Dragan Vojvodic (1965), pourrait être définie par le terme de « nomadisme artistique et créatif », car son œuvre n’est pas liée à un seul média, mais est ouverte aux différents aspects de l’expression artistique. C’est ce qui fait la differencia specifica de son travail.
Explorant le phénomène du corps humain et son mouvement et la relation entre l’art et la société, tout en faisant allusion à l’œuvre de Kasimir Malevich (1878-1935) « Carré noir sur fond blanc », Dragan Vojvodic réalise, en 2016, l’action artistique du déplacement de la toile noire dans les rues de la ville de Bergen (Norvège).
Cette action a été réalisée lors de la résidence de l’auteur dans le Centre culturel USF Verftet à Bergen, après la performance artistique « La transition du suprématisme » (Dialogues du Danube, Novi Sad, 2015), inspirée par le centenaire de la création du « Carré noir sur fond blanc ».
La toile noire sur châssis évoque le terme de la peinture et de l’art en général, mais pas obligatoirement l’œuvre concrète de Malevich ; tandis que le fond blanc est remplacé par le panorama de la ville. Ainsi, l’action artistique dans le contexte du panorama de Bergen obtient de nouvelles significations – la ville devient la partie du tableau et, en même temps, le tableau placé dans l’espace urbain évoque la place de l’art dans le milieu urbain, réel.
D’autre part, non seulement Vojvodic quitte l’idée de la création d’une œuvre d’art comme d’un acte accompli, mais les photos prises de « cet événement artistique », deviennent « le produit de cette action », c’est-à-dire, une œuvre d’art à part. En utilisant la structure et la composition du tableau de Malevich, Vojvodic effectue, par la toile noire, la réduction de l’espace en annulant les parties de la ville, et le panorama de la ville devient le background ou le matériel pour la transformation artistique.
Translated by Milica Francuz.
REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
AUTONOMOUS PROVINCE OF VOJVODINA
Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
Novi Sad, Serbia, 24.01.2017.
At the ninth session of the Assembly of AP Vojvodina presented the region Nordland in Norway
President of the Assembly, Pásztor István, Speech
Ljiljana Maletin entered into Knausgaard’s Some rain must fall (My struggle No 5), Bergen, Norway, January, 2017. Essays published at Danas newspaper and Hyperborea blog, January, 2017. http://www.danas.rs/zivot.1140.html?news_id=336748 http://hiperboreja.blogspot.rs/2017/01/o-petom-tomu-moje-borbe-karla-uvea.html Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic donated her books to Bergen city library, Norway Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic at KODE museum in Bergen, Norway new research on Edvard Munch (1863-1944) and his art100 years of cultural relations between Vojvodina and Norway would remain unprinted pages only that it was not prudent, brave and enlightened woman. Since 1913, when the novelist, the first woman member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences, born in Mošorin (Vojvodina), Isidora Sekulic wrote a book of essays, "Letters from Norway" to a number of plays, not only Ibsen texts but also other Norwegian writers - like Bjerg Vik, women writer whose drama "Two acts of five women"set director Vesna Topalov in 2002 at the Youth Theatre, and by 2016, when the women writer from Novi Sad, Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic, published the book"Norway from Björnsson to Knausgoard".
KODE Art Museums of Bergen exhibits one of the largest collections of Munch paintings in the world. From an art historical perspective, the collection is unique because it exhibits works from all the major paradigms in Edvard Munch’s artistic career.
Among others we have many of the important paintings from the “Frieze of Life” – a series of paintings where Munch depicts the psyche of the modern human being. Munch himself described the “Frieze of Life” as the major work of his oeuvre.Jealousy, Melancholy, Women in Three Stages, Evening on Karl Johan and By the Death Bed are all from the “Frieze of Life”, and they are all exhibited together in the Rasmus Meyer Collection in KODE 3
The Daily Review, Vecernje novosti, December, 2016.
Text: Ljiljana MaletinPhoto: Selman Trtovac 11.11.2016. You can find Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic’ s books at British library, Library of American Congress and Harvard Library. Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic’s Book Those who eat raw meat at the libraries from 2016, also. Radio news about English traslation of Ljiljana’s novel, november, 2016. Ljiljana Maletin Book’s at 61th International Belgrade Book Fair https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belgrade_Book_Fair Ljiljana Maletin, U egzilu, Prometej, Novi Sad Ljiljana Maletin, Oni koji jedu sirovo meso, Mediterran publishing, Novi Sad Ljiljana Maletin Book at Novi Sad bookstore Vulkan, Spens, Novi Sad, november 2016. https://www.knjizare-vulkan.rs/knjige/norveska-prica-maletin-vojvodic-ljiljana-isbn-9788651508236 Ljiljana Maletin’s Book at Novi Sad library , october 2016. Djuro Danicic library, Novi Sad http://www.gbns.rs/ Ljiljana Maletin at HYPERBOREA ART BLOG 2016. Ljiljana Maletin, Der Himmel über Berlin http://hiperboreja.blogspot.rs/2016/10/nebo-nad-berlinom-ljiljana-maletin.html SCANDINAVIAN STORIES: http://hiperboreja.blogspot.rs/2016/10/nostalgija-za-severom-slika-svedske.html hiperboreja-blogspot-rs-norveska-od-bjernsona-do-knausgora-ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic http://hiperboreja.blogspot.rs/2016/09/oni-koji-jedu-sirovo-meso-ljiljana.html http://hiperboreja.blogspot.rs/2016/09/patuljci-i-hiperboreja-ljiljana-maletin.html http://hiperboreja.blogspot.rs/2016/10/norveska-od-bjernsona-do-knausgora.html http://hiperboreja.blogspot.rs/2016/09/finski-imagoloski-portret-ljiljana.html hiperboreja-blogspot-rs-norveska-od-bjernsona-do-knausgora-ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic hiperboreja-blogspot-rs-patuljci-i-hiperboreja-ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic hiperboreja-blogspot-rs-norveska-od-bjernsona-do-knausgora-ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic hiperboreja-blogspot-rs-finski-imagoloski-portret-ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic hiperboreja-blogspot-rs-finski-imagoloski-portret-ljiljana-maletin-vojvodic-1 LJILJANA MALETIN, Vanishing rural Conceptual book, text and photography Project made at Nelimarkka museum residency, summer 2016. Finland Book published by First edition, Novi Sad, 2016. limited art edition vanishing-home-cover-page http://firstedition.in.rs/2016/04/18/ljiljana-maletin/ http://firstedition.in.rs/2016/10/06/vanishing-home/ Finland is one of the OECD’s most rural countries, but the rural population is ageing fast. This photographs have story-telling quality. Vanishing home transported me to a mostly abandoned places in Finland, and introduced me, in an intimate way, to the people who use to live there.
50 pages, 39 images
18 x 23 cm
Print runs 25 + 2 AP
Print runs 25 Photos made during artist in residence project: The Nelimarkka residence project The Regional Art Museum of Southern Ostrobothnia Finland, 2016. http://firstedition.in.rs/2016/10/05/edition6/ More about Those who eat raw meat, Mediterran publishing house 2016. July, 30. https://www.facebook.com/mediterran.publishing/?fref=ts Text about translation of Ljiljana’s novel Those who eat raw meat 24-25-tvmagazin-10-09-2016 10.09.2016. Dnevnik, Magazin, Novi Sad Liljana Maletin ‘ s book Norway, from Bjørnson to Knausgård at Solaris bookstore, Novi Sad, Serbia https://solaris.rs/ Ljiljana’s projects during residency period at Finland, summer, 2016. Melancholy North PHOTOGRAPHY Vanishing rural PHOTOGRAPHY Object writing BOOK ART OBJECTS About Ljiljana Maletin residency project in Finland http://arkisto.epaper.fi/kpk/torstai-lehti/2890/01062016 A summer book recommendation by the Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade http://www.norveska.org.rs/News_and_events/News-and-events1/A-summer-book-recommendation/#.V4tOhCOLQ_M
A summer book recommendation
11.07.2016 // All Norwegian literature lovers in Serbia can now enjoy a newly published anthology of Norwegian literature in Serbian published by Orion spirit, Sremska Kamenica-Novi Sad.
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic, who has been exploring and writing in the Nordic countries for years, has taken us to a journey through Norwegian literature from Bjørnson to Knausgård.
Her new book entitled “Norway – from Bjørnson to Knausgård” is a compilation of a series of extracts from 60 Norwegian writers along with an introduction essay and original photographs from Norway. These writers have been translated into Serbian and Croatian in the period from 1930-2016.
According to the author, perception of Norway in the Serbian literary tradition is often read or reproduced in the context of positive stereotypes and romantic ideas about the Protestant people of the North that in spite of unfavorable natural conditions have built a progressive cultural and economic society.
Letters from Norway by Isidora Sekulic and perception of Norway as a land of fjords and Hyperborea have greatly influenced the reception of Norwegian literature in Serbia. “Although the picture (image) of Norway has changed, the feeling of something unusual and strange has not been lost from the time when, as [professor] Ljubisa Rajic noted, Knut Hamsun was read as “a kind of Nordic exoticism”, says Maletin Vojvodic.
She added that the idea with this book was not to systematize or to define the Norwegian cultural (literary) identity. Although the order of the sections is in alphabetical order of the surname of the author, there is no linear way of reading it but it is a kind of collage or hypertext, which is open for a variety of readings and specific creative additions.
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic is a cultural researcher inspired by travel, visual art, literature and film. She has participated in various international projects in Norway, Finland, Iceland and Greenland.
Her previous book called “A Norwegian story”, was published in June 2013 and it contains passages from works by Norwegian and Serbian writers and researchers who were deeply interested in Norway.
Nelimarkka-museo, Etelä-Pohjanmaan aluetaidemuseo Art Museum
Nelimarkka Museum residency, the Regional Art Museum of Southern Ostrobothnia, Finland.in cooperation with with Dragan Vojvodic, multimedia artist. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1721799821419271&id=1389756517956938 Interview with Ljiljana Maletin, Dnevnik, Novi Sad http://www.dnevnik.rs/kultura/razotkrivanje-norveske-egzotike 24-25 TVmagazin 02 07 2016 (2) ENGLISH TRANSLATION! Book Those who eat raw meat by Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić in English language!
Библиотека Матице српске, Нови Сад821.163.41-94MALETIN-Vojvodić, Ljiljana
Those who eat raw meat / Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić ; translated from the Serbian by students of Karlovci Grammar School. – Novi Sad : Art print, 2016 (Novi Sad : Art print). – 201 str. ; 21 cmIzvornik na srp. jeziku. – Tiraž 300.ISBN 978-86-89525-07-6COBISS.SR-ID 306260999 The publication of this translation has been made possible through funding from Provincial Secretary for Sports and Youth, Government of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. This book was translated by students of Karlovci Grammar School within their Serbian Prose in Translation Project workshop organized during 2015/2016 school year. It was as a part of the Project 225 years of Karlovci Grammar School and as a pilot project, it aimed at improving literary, translation and writing skills among grammar school students. NEW BOOK Thanks to NORLA grant! http://norla.no/Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić Ljiljana Maletin, NORWAY, from Bjørnson to Knausgård Orion spirit, Sremska Kamenica-Novi Sad, 2016 ISBN 978-86-89649-06-2 2o8 pages 208, June, 2016. PRESS LJILJANA MALETIN VOJVODIĆ NORVEŠKA OD BJERNSONA DO KNAUSGORA 20.06.2016 // Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić, who has been exploring and writing in the Nordic countries for years, has interviewed Mr Haraldseth, director of the Rogaland contemporary art centre, who gave a lecture at the Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina in Novi Sad on June 17, 2016 under the headline ‘Rural Ruminations, art in the social democratic state’. http://www.norveska.org.rs/News_and_events/News-and-events1/Norwegian-curator-Geir-Haraldseth-in-Serbia/#.V2mYACOLR8c Interview by Ljiljana Maletin with curator Geir Haraldseth From Museum of contemporary art in Novi Sad official FB page, also Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade official veb http://www.msuv.org/program/2016-06-17-geir-haraldseth-eng.php
Geir Haraldseth: RURAL RUMINATIONS
DANUBE DIALOGUES 2015.
DD2015, Festival of contemporary art
Suprematist transition/ performance, text written in English by Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić
Art postcards edition 2016.
publisher: First edition, art publisher, Novi Sad, Serbia
…art in the social democratic state…
Ljiljana Maletin# postcards_photography #Red in Norge & Gothenburg Art Book
Berlin art research trip, May, 2016.
Edwin Wurm, Bei Mutti, Berlinische Galerie; Berliner Banhof and Olbricht Collection , Private Exposure openings
MEDIA TRIP TO EU, 2016.
Wienn, MUMOK, Museum quoter, radio…May, 2016.Ljiljana Maletin# postcards_photography # handmade language-based conceptual art and photography # my LITTERATUR http://firstedition.in.rs/2016/04/18/edicija2/
176 textbook pages
Hardback / Clothbound
15 x 22 cm
Print runs 25 + 2 AP
publisher: First edition, art publisher, Novi Sad, Serbia
MALETIN-VOJVODIĆ, L. (2013). Oni koji jedu sirovo meso. http://hollis.harvard.edu/primo_library/libweb/action/dlDisplay.do?vid=HVD&search_scope=default_scope&docId=HVD_ALEPH014303906&fn=permalink LIBRARY OF CONGRESS http://lccn.loc.gov/2015485057 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY, CANADA http://search.library.utoronto.ca/details?9555551&uuid=4a9511e2-7fae-4f0c-a0bb-00303119f7bc CLEVELAND PUBLIC LIBRARY, USA https://cpl.bibliocommons.com/item/show/6786316048_oni_koji_jedu_sirovo_meso RONALD WILIAMS LIBRARY, Illinois library, Chicago, USA http://neiulibrary.worldcat.org/title/oni-koji-jedu-sirovo-meso/oclc/873006925&referer=brief_results
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Karl Ove Knausgård, Erlend Loe, Jo Nesbø’s books & Norveška priča written by Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic
Black hole eghibition by Dragan Vojvodić at Perpetuum mobile gallery space in Belgrade 03.10.2015. http://www.perpetuummobile.rs/2015/09/29/crna-rupa-dragan-vojvodic/ Ljiljana Maletin making photos and preparing for writing about the show, Belgrade, Serbia Text about eghibition wrtitten by Ljiljana Maletin, 09.10.2015, Dnevnik newspaper, Novi Sad Ljiljana Maletin at Perpetuum mobile gallery at Belgrade, 03.10. 2015. NEWS: Ms. Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodić, participate in the campaign implemented by the European Union Delegation and Ministry of Culture and Information “If you have something to say – say it” http://www.mediafreedom.rs/a-pilot-campaign-on-media-literacy/?lang=enThe European Union Delegation and Ministry of Culture and Information have supported the campaign dedicated to media literacy targeted at secondary school students in Serbia. A working slogan of the campaign is “If you have something to say – say it”, and creative solutions have been generated through conclusions made in direct interviews with secondary school students and their assessments of media culture and media literacy levels among their peers in the country.This pilot campaign is dedicated to strengthening of media literacy of secondary school students in Serbia, and at the beginning of September it presented a website http://www.recinam.rs which will serve as a “rally point” for individual and group coverage topic of which will be media literacy of interested students and their teachers. 26.11. 2015, Belgrade Norwegian Embassy in Serbia official web site and FB page, interview with Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic 31.07.2015 // The Serbian artist, Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic, who has been exploring and writing in the Nordic countries for years, talks about her love for Nordic culture and about her projects connecting Serbia and Scandinavia. http://www.norveska.org.rs/News_and_events/News-and-events1/From-Stavanger-with-love/#.VcMe3BYvM70 New texts published by Ljiljana Maletin during Septembre and Octobre 2015. Ljiljana Maletin, Dragan Vojvodic, performance and video during Danubedialogues, opening night 2015. P.U.L.S.E. http://pulse.rs/sto-godina-nakon-maljevicevog-crnog-kvadrata-na-beloj-pozadini-ili-o-suprematistickoj-tranziciji/ http://danubeartfest.org/srb/otvaranja-vremena-i-lokacije/ Ljiljana Maletin, At the Lemi’s bookstore, Danas newspaper, Belgrade http://www.danas.rs/danasrs/periskop/u_lemijeoj_knjizari_.48.html?news_id=307733 Ljiljana Maletin, At the Lemi’s bookstore, P.U.L.S.E. magazine http://pulse.rs/lemijeva-knjizara-u-novom-sadu/ Ljiljana Maletin, Jeff Koons at Preikestolen, Danas, Belgrade http://www.danas.rs/danasrs/periskop/dzef_kuns_na_propovedaonici.48.html?news_id=307516 Cooperation with Dragan Vojvodic in Stavanger http://www.seecult.org/vest/instalacije-i-performans-dragana-vojvodica-u-norveskoj Frida Hansens hus residency, Rogaland Contemporary Art Center, Stavager, Norway, July, 2015.
Ljiljana Maletin, Instruction as Kunst
Language based art & installation by Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic
language based visual art photo: Ljiljana Maletin
Ljiljana Maletin, Astrup Fearnley museum in Oslo
blog for http://www.supervizuelna.com
Ljiljana Maletin, Demian Hirst and jeff Koons in Oslo
blog for http://www.pulse.rs
Ljiljana Maletin: Van Gogh+Munch at Munch Museum in Oslo
e-novine, 27. July 2015.
Event in Stavanger
Nytorget 17,Stavanger Thursday 30 July 2015, 19:00 Organized by : Rogaland Kunstsenter – Rogaland Contemporary Art Centre Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic og Dragan Vojvodic er artists in residence ved Frida Hansens hus i Juli. Ljiljana jobber med et bokprosjekt om blant annet Frida Hansen og har gjort research under oppholdet, mens Dragan har jobbet med en endagsutstilling med en performance som vises Torsdag 30. juli. Dragan har gjort endringer på bygget og vil også gjøre en performance. Så stikker vi på Studio17!
Scream/Post Nora age research at Frida Nansens Hus
Frida Hansens Art Nouveau I Full Blomst
Ljiljana Maletin in front of Art Museum in Stavanger, July 2015.
Ljiljana Maletin’s text about Frida Hansen
Stavanger Kunstmuseum FB page
Yesterday at 8:43am · Edited Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic har for tiden residens i Frida Hansens hus. Hun har skrevet om Frida Hansen i Danas, en av Serbias største aviser: // Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic is currently on residency in Frida Hansen’s house here in Stavanger. She has written about Frida Hansen in Danas, one of Serbias most important newspapers: http://www.danas.rs/dan…/periskop/pismo_iz_norveske.48.html… Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic currently have residence in Frida Hansen’s House. She has written about Frida Hansen in Danas, one of Serbia’s largest newspapers: // Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic is currently on residency in Frida Hansen’s house here in Stavanger. She has written about Frida Hansen in Danas, one of Serbias most important newspapers: http://www.danas.rs/dan…/periskop/pismo_iz_norveske.48.html…
Stavanger Kunstmuseum FB official page, 14.07.2015.
Ljiljana Maletin vojvodic’ s books at Stavanger City Library, Norway
http://www.stavanger-kulturhus.no/content/search?searchstring=ljiljana+maletin&searchfilter=bibliotek Sølvberget, Stavanger kulturhus catalog, July 2015.
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic’ s books at Cleveland City library, USA
Cleveland City library, july, 2015. https://cpl.bibliocommons.com/item/show/6786316048_oni_koji_jedu_sirovo_meso
14. Days of performance in Museum of contemporary art in Pula and Galerijski centar Varaždin
http://www.tourism-varazdin.hr/aktualna-dogadjanja/14-dani-performansa/ collaboration with visual artist
left: Ljiljana Maletin at 14. Days of performance right: Dragan Vojvodic making performance & Ljiljana Maletin photographing
left: Dragan Vojvodic performance (photo Ljiljana Maletin) right: Ljiljana Maletin text about 14. Days of performance published at Danas daily newspaper
Ljiljana Maletin, Broken bridges in Croatia
Further info at: http://www.supervizuelna.com/14-dani-performansa-u-muzeju-suvremene-umjetnosti-istre-museo-darte-contemporanea-dell-istria-i-galerijskom-centru-varazdina/
Ljiljana Maletin blog published at Supervizuelna – magazine for contemporary art http://www.supervizuelna.com/i-scream-daddio-sare-lukas-na-56-bijenalu-umetnosti-u-veneciji/
Ljiljana Maletin: I Scream Daddio by Sarah Lucas at 56. Biennale in Venice
photos thanks to British Council http://www.supervizuelna.com, 09.05.2015.
Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic text about 56. Venice Biennale at Serbian newspaper Dnevnik
Umetnički ujedinjene mrtve nacije, 30.05.2015. Dnevnik, Novi Sad
Official FB profile page – Norwegian Embassy in Begrade
31.05.2015. “For the first time, Norway was the sole commissioner of the Nordic Pavilion for 56th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia. On this occasion, the Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) selected artist Camille Norment. Serbian writer, Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic, visited the Pavilion and you may find her impressions, along with photos, on her blog in Serbian: http://bit.ly/1AFxbym Photo by: Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic ”
Norwegian Embassy in Serbia May 2015: Celebration of the Norwegian Constitution Day in the residence of the Ambassador
18.May 2015, Belgrade
Ljiljana Maletin during Vernissage of the Venice 56th Biennale
left: 56. Biennale di Venezia, press room right: Serbian Pavillion at Biennale
56. Biennale, opening parties, Venice, May 2015.
Nordic pavilion in Venice blog written by Ljiljana Maletin and FB status published at FB page Norwegian story, administrated by Ljiljana Maletin
Ljiljana Maletin, visited the Nordic pavillion at 56. Venice Biennale 2015.
Text by Ljiljana Maletin about Nodric Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2015. published at on-lajn magazine for art and culture http://www.pulse.com
http://pulse.rs/nordijski-paviljon/ All the Worlds Future by Ljiljana Maletin
Ljiljana Maletin’ s text about Biennale published during May 2015. at Serbian newspaper Danas http://www.danas.rs/danasrs/periskop.48.html
Jim Jarmusch, Guernica and antifashism by Ljiljana Maletin published at e-novine 20.05.2015.
Openings at Museum & Magacin Macura, Stari i Novi Banovci, Serbia, april, 2015.
Ljubomir Micic’s Dream by Ljiljana Maletin
Text about Macura museum published at Danas 05.05.2015. http://www.danas.rs/danasrs/periskop/san_ljubomira_micica.48.html?news_id=301200
About a book and Norwegian literature workshop by Ljiljana Maletin, april 2015.
Ljiljana Maletin, Conflicts and relations in Museum of Modern art in Serbia Danas, Belgrade, april, 2015.
Ljiljana Maletin’s text and photo from the Museum of modern art Vojvodina show, spring 2015.
Ljiljana Maletin-Vojvodić: Fjord & jul, April, 2015. extract from future novel Skrikhttp://www.malinemo.rs/sveske_2015.php
Ljiljana Maletin at Savamala Art book fair, March, 2015
Belgrade, Mikser House http://www.expatserbia.com/must-see-a-visit/festivals/4426-belgrade-book-fair22.04.2015. Mixer House, Belgrade
Book recommendation by Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade, January, 2015.This Sunday’s is “Norwegian story” by Serbian author Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic, published by Izdavačka kuća-PROMETEJ in June 2013. The book contains passages from works by Norwegian and Serbian writers and researchers who were deeply interested in #Norway. You will surely enjoy it! https://www.facebook.com/norwegianembassyinserbia/photos/pb.503348946432615.-2207520000.1428255304./595319483902227/?type=3&theater 2
Ljiljana Maletin book at new Laguna bookstore
April, 2015. Laguna, Novi Sad
USF Bergen artist-in-residency, Norway 2015.USF Verftet, Bergen, 2015. Culture centre, international artist-in-residence Photo: Ljiljana Maletin After publishing several creative (fictional and non-fictional) books at several renewed publishing house in Serbia (Mediterran publishing, Prometej, Novi Sad), after being awarded by several international artist-in-residencies grants, Ljiljana Maletin started a carrier as a conceptual writer. Her latest writings Instruction as writings, Bergen, Norway, 2015; FABRIKKEN, Bergen, Norway, 2015; Gothenburg Art Book, Gothenburg, Sweden, 2014; “who?” makE Künst?, Bergen, Norway, 2014. are project based, and her highly conceptual approach – combination of literature with visual arts – includes a mixture of collage and re-writing recycled found texts. They are art books about being an artist, being creative, about values in contemporary art, but books about writing also: how to create a book, about different writing discourses, writing process and techniques etc.
Ljiljana Maletin, Instruction as writings, Bergen, Norway, 2015.
Art Book. Limited edition. Writings shelved as conceptual. Instruction as writings is the art book based on concept of re-writing & recycling found texts from newspaper archives and female visual artist’s narratives and statements during authors project at USF Verftet in Bergen 2014/2015 – homage to Tracy Emin, Sophie Calle, Cindy Sherman, Barbara Kruger, Marlene Dumas and Yoko Ono.https://plus.google.com/+Prozaonline-com/posts/FFdc9WcFSQD Ljiljana Maletin conceptual book FABRIKKEN, USF Verftet, 2015. Photo: Ljiljana Maletin FABRIKKEN (reference to ex Sardine Factory, Culture centre USF Verftet and Andy Warhol ‘ s The Factory also) is art book where language was presented as one kind of visual element.FABRIKKEN is language-based visual art as well as piece of literature.
Text Writer in Bergen about Ljiljana Maletin residency period
http://www.danas.rs/danasrs/periskop/pisac_u_bergenu.48.html?news_id=29466 http://www.norveska.org.rs/News_and_events/Novosti-i-dogadjaji-/Pisac-u-Bergenu/#.VKW13hZ0Q71 Ljiljana Maletin&Dragan Vojvodic in Bergen Ljiljana Maetin at KHIB library USF, Bergen, january, 2014/2015. Ljiljana Maletin ‘ s studio at USF