Just what is it that makes today so familiar, so uneasy?

Siniša Ilić

Siniša Ilić, (1977, Serbia) lives and works in Belgrade, Serbia, and operates in the Fields of the visual and performing arts. He gained an MFA in painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, and is co-founder and member of the Belgrade art collective TKH/Walking Theory. His work deconstructs social phenomena and mechanisms, such as forms of labour, violence in society, and concepts of education. He has participated in various international artist residencies, including Kamov (Rijeka, Croatia), Kultur Kontakt (Vienna, Austria), ISCP (New York, USA) and Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart, Germany). His exhibitions include ‘Dear Art’, Metelkova (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Calvert 22 (London, UK), ‘Organism no. 1’, Open Space (Vienna, Austria), ‘What Happened to the Museum of Contemporary Arts’, MSU (Belgrade, Serbia) and ‘No ifs. No Buts,’ Depo (Istanbul, Turkey).

Siniša Ilić, 2013. Photo: Kjell Ove Storvik