Siniša Ilić and Bojan Đorđev
Sinisa Ilić, visual artist and Bojan Djordjev, theater director are collaborating since 1998. on hybrid works on the border of Fine and Performing Arts as a co-authors or in larger collaborative structures. Both are co-founders and members of the editorial collective TkH – Teorija koja hoda/Walking Theory - a theoretical art platform from Belgrade (since 2001.) within who they generate much of their artistic activities through research, artistic and theoretical actions and the work in the field of cultural policy. They presented their works of art, artistic and theoretical actions in New York, Belgrade, Documenta 12 in Kassel, Zagreb, Vienna, Berlin, etc. They are members of research-editorial collective and online publication Antijargon (antijargon.tkh-generator.net.).
Siniša Ilić (1977., Belgrade) is working in the field of visual and performing arts, and is occasionally engaged in set design. The his works he deconstructs iconography of social phenomena and mechanisms such as the types of work, violence in society, the concepts of education. His works are often oriented toward self-organization of a team work and collaborative projects with authors from different artistic fields (visual art and theory, theater, performing arts). He obtained his Master's degree and studied painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Art residencies: ISCP New York, KulturKontakt, Vienna Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart. Selection of exhibitions : What happened to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, 2012.; Point blank, building Geozavod, Belgrade, 2011., Life in the Forest, Arsenall Gallery, Bialystok, Relocation, Prague Quadriennial of Performance Design and Space, Prague , No Network, 1st Time Machine Biennial, Konjic, Bosnia, uncertain adaptation (with Tina Gverović and Jelena Vesić) Art gallery of the Cultural Centre in Belgrade, Never that's when, Open Space, Vienna, 2010; But ifs. No buts, Depo, Istanbul; incomparable formation of hazardous conditions (with Tina Gverović), Gallery Nova, Zagreb, not Cooperation Corporation, ITS-Z1, Belgrade, I am what I am, Cacak, 2009th, Consequences, Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, The Law of Capital: Histories of Opression, Meat Museum of Ljubljana; Dear countrymen and Woman, Gallery MC, New York, 2008th, Salon Revolution, Artists, Zagreb; Beyond theory, WUK Kunsthalle im Exnergasse, Vienna and Sushi Gallery, San Diego, No! Against Racism and Exploitation and Colonization, Pavel House, Graz, 2007th; Drunk on Dreams, Fruehsorge Galerie, Berlin; Hybrid-Imaginary, Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Novi Sad, Off-Center Feminities, Kimmek Center, New York; Disapearance of Public Space, MSU Salon, Belgrade, Press to Exit Gallery Skopje.
Bojan Djordjev (1977., Belgrade) is a theater director and performer active in the institutional and independent theater. His interests include design collective authorship, work with experimental drama script and post-dramatic theater. He graduated in theater and radio directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, and got his MA in theory of art and media at the University of Arts in Belgrade, where is currently pursuing his doctorate. Art residencies: Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Les Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers, Paris (within TkH project How to do Things by Theory) and Artslink / New York Theatre Workshop, New York. Between 2012. The participant is DasArts master program in Amsterdam. Selection of theater projects: 2012: H. Guibert, Dogs, Queer / GK Gavella, Zagreb, 2011: Mr. Ferlec, Letter to Heiner Muller, Zagreb Youth Theatre, Zagreb, J. Joyce, exiles Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade 2009th: E. Jelinek / I. Sajko, Jack Kennedy / Medea, Bitef Theatre, Belgrade: J. Cocteau / P. Glass, Debbie (Les Enfants Terribles), Little Theatre Dusko Radovic / Youth Center, Belgrade, 2008: I. Sajko, woman-bomb Belgrade Drama Theatre, Belgrade 2007th: I. Sajko, Rio bar, stacks of Prince Marko, Belgrade; I. Sajko, Europe, the Centre for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade 2006th: Mr. Kapetanovic / A. Djordjevic / J. Walshe / B. Djordjev, Operrrra (the feminine), Belgrade Summer Festival / Botanical Garden Jevremovac, Belgrade; R. Valsera / A. Vujanovic, No name: Snow White, Little Theatre Dusko Radovic.