performers: Mislav Čavajda, Vilim Matula, Damir Bartol Indoš, Tanja Vrvilo, Ana Hušman, Ivan Marušić Klif; collaborator: Diana Meheik; advisor: Branko Matan; sound-video installation: Ivan Marušić Klif; film and video images: Ana Hušman; schachtophonia: Damir Bartol Indoš; light: Damir Kruhak, Damir Bartol Indoš; co-producers: DB Indoš House of Extreme Music Theatre, SC – Teatar &TD, Perforacije, Muzej suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb
Nature needs to be constructed – artistic-ecological camping at Jakuševac in Zagreb from 14.09.2013 at 10:00 until 15.09.2013. at 12:00
Za NAJBOLJI POSTAV nagradu je dobila Ana Hušman za rad Putujem! Selim se! Svega mi je dosta! Zvučna instalacija postavljena je u kućici na stablu, radu nastalom u produkciji festivala Vizura aperta, Everybody for Safari privremenoj kući za putnike koji ilegalno prelaze granicu, rad Jasmine Cibić.
To ask oneself questions about the contents of a picture postcard would mean perhaps to head off in search what it means that something is a celebrated feature. And about its origin. And its reproduction. In words, in images, thoughts, gestures, in bodies. Its multiplication and, not only in grammatical terms, its plurals. The difference I and we; thou and you. About belonging and not belonging.The video fragments of Ana Hušman and the film of Marko Tadić – reflections of processes of cognition and about constructions of meaning, of origins and disappearances – come together in the idea of the
postcard. In Tadić’s film fabulation the postcard is, literally, a mise-en-scène; in the fragments of Ana Hušman the setting, the performance for a film and a video camera becomes a mise-en-scène where a metonymic but paradoxically broken chain generates motifs from well known postcards. Without a trace of ekphrasis. (Leonida Kovač)
New Delta Review – an online journal out of Louisiana State University, Winter 2012 issue, published “Football”
Artist / Beom Kim(Korea), Mixrice(Korea), Sanghee Song(Korea), Santiage Sierra(Spain), Francis Alÿs(Belgium), Melik Ohanian(France), Soosung Lee(Korea), Wan Lee (Korea), Nadia Kaabi-Linke(Tunisia), Ana Hušman(Croatia)
A refrain is a repeated phrase inserted throughout a song or poem, which is less to do with conveying a central theme directly, but more to do with creating an image through repetition. The recurring verse is, however, meant not only to give a formal pleasure or to complement the content, but also to reveal the most political intention in the most artistic way, as in a Greek tragedy whose chorus speaks for the audience or produces a satire on characters. The title ‘Tireless Refrain’ is derived from the fact that the artist’s practice could be reminiscent of the role that the refrain plays in terms of generating politicalness simply through repetition. This exhibition aims to put together those works that seek to make a social critique by repeating and reiterating a specific act.
XXVIe ateliers internationaux du Frac des Pays de la Loire
Karmen Dada * , Igor Eškinja, Ana Hušman *, Ana Opalic, Davor Sanvincenti * , Goran Škofic * , Slaven Tolj, Silvio Vujicic *
* artistes invités en résidence du 17 septembre au 18 novembre 2012 commissaires associés : Laurence Gateau et Slaven Tolj
exposition du 17 novembre 2012 au 3 février 2013
fizički narativi / prostorne imaginacije
Prostor: Bivša zgrada Geodetskog zavoda, Karađorđeva 48, Beograd, Kustosi: Branislav Dimitrijević i Mika Hannula
Ovogodišnji Salon održava se u prostoru starog Geodetskog zavoda, u jednoj od najlepših ali i najzapuštenijih reprezentativnih istorijskih objekata u Beogradu*. Istorija ove zgrade – izgrađene početkom XX veka za berzanske i bankarske poslove Beogradske zadruge a danas prepuštene postepenom propadanju – predstavlja istoriju dvadesetovekovne Srbije u malom i kao takva predstavlja intrigantan kontekst za umetničke intervencije i za stvaranje jednog specifičnog prostornog i konceptualnog iskustva suprotstavljenog poražavajućim i ponižavajućim efektima savremene društvene, političke i ekonomske krize.
The Market at The 9th Gwangju Biennale. From September 7 – November 11.
While it operates simultaneously on many levels, one thing is quite clear: ROUNDTABLE, the 9th Gwangju Biennale, is not about unanimity. It is instead an open-ended series of collaborations that require active participation and individual responsibility, resulting in a multiplicity of voice, as well as opportunities for cross-contamination.
Tuesday, May 22 at 7pm at RU
Location: Residency Unlimited,
360 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Church entrance through green door. (subway F/G Carroll street, President Street exit)
Residency Unlimited is delighted to present a screening of the current Croatian video art scene, curated by Zeljka Himbele Kozul. The presentation offers a glimpse of current video production in Croatia and reveals different artistic preoccupations, various approaches to different subject matters and distinctive working methods. Artists include Ana Bilankov, Ana Husman, Damir Ocko and Marko Tadic. Himbele Kozul will give a short introduction to each work.