Aleksandra Domanović | Vortrag
Datum & Uhrzeit: 2023-11-29 19:00
Ort: Akademie der Bildenden Künste | Akademiestr. 4
Raum: Neubau | E.O1.23


Born in the former Yugoslavia, Berlin-based artist Aleksandra Domanović (b. 1981) has been exploring history, technology, and identity in her body of work for over a decade. Her work takes an insightful look at a wide range of phenomena of contemporary society, such as cultural techniques, scientific and technological developments, history and culture, popular culture, and the shaping of national and cultural identity. Domanović’s works are precisely conceived narratives, visualized using iconic images or illustrations taken from other contexts.
Building on the notion that Ada Lovelace was the first computer programmer and that the history of computing is intrinsically feminist, her sculptures and videos expand the scope of conventional technological history by illuminating feminist, cyberfeminist, and Eastern European contributions to the development of science and Internet.


The lecture will be held in English.


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*Studio visits offer students the opportunity to exchange with interdisciplinary artists via individual feedback sessions or group workshop environments. The format of discourse between participants and invited artists is left open to the encounter itself, allocating time and space for students to contribute in ways which best fit their practice.