Events Artist talk by Jasmina Cibic

Artist talk by Jasmina Cibic

Friday, 28/06/2024, 20:00

In the framework of the Interdisciplinary Program of the MoCA.

Jasmina Cibic works in film, sculpture, performance and installation to explore ‘soft power’. Questioning how political rhetoric is deployed through art and architecture, Cibic particularly probes how cultural production is used by the state to communicate certain principles and aspirations. Through unfolding the complex entanglements of art, gender and state power, she encourages viewers to consider the strategies employed in the construction of national culture. Her multi-layered approach draws together primary sources and historical ready-mades which she weaves into new narratives. Cibic plays a double-game, at once decoding mechanisms of power whilst building her own allegorical structures. Cibic will present an overview of her recent works and research projects.

Cibic will be in Skopje from June 25-29, and the visit is part of her latest research project in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art – Skopje.

The conversation will be moderated by the curator Vladimir Janchevski.

Jasmina Cibic is Slovenia-born visual artist based in London. She represented Slovenia at the 55th Venice Biennial with her project “For Our Economy and Culture”. She was the winner of the Film London Jarman Award (2021), the B3 Biennial of the Moving Image Award (2020) and has screened her films at the Whitechapel Gallery, MOMA New York, London Film Festival, HKW Berlin, the Louvre, Dokfest Kassel and the Copenhagen International Documentary Festival among others. Cibic’s recent exhibitions include solo shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, The High Line New York, Museum der Moderne Salzburg, macLyon, Museum Sztuki Łódź, CCA Glasgow, Phi Foundation Montreal and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead. Cibic’s work has also been presented at group exhibitions including IMMA Dublin, Biennale Jogja, Innsbruck Biennial, MAXXI Rome, Mac Belfast, Chicago Architectural Biennial and the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade.



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