Previously at the ICA - Films
27 Nov 2013
Rotterdam-based Serbian filmmaker Katarina Zdjelar explores sound, language and translation in her moving image works. Often dealing with identity politics or wider social issues her films slowly unfold in series of precise edits set to carefully crafted scores. Followed by a Q&A with the artist.
Katarina Zdjelar, born 1979, Yugoslavia (lives and works Rotterdam and Belgrade). Recent solo exhibitions include Of More than One Voice, Museum of Contemporary Art Artium, Vitoria- Gasteiz (2013) and My lifetime (Malaika), SpazioA, Pistoia (2012). Recent group exhibitions include Acts of Voicing, Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul (2013), HIS MASTER’S VOICE: On Voice and Language, HMKV, Dortmund (2013) and Constellation Europe, San Telmo Museum, San Sebastian (2013).
Canary Wharf Screen
Katarina Zdjelar’s Rise Again (2011) is being shown as part of STOP!, a three-part season of films and moving-image works at Canary Wharf station, in collaboration with Art on the Underground. For more information on this project, visit the ICA Blog →
All films are 18+ unless otherwise stated.