International art festival Reshaping The City
Interviews with participating artists
Locations of the festival on the google map:
Stari Zatvor u Bogdanovom kraju // https://goo.gl/maps/yt1WdsSFtAGxfiiQA
CNP - Visit to the lacunary space of memory / Adina Constantin
Ongoing course: Griffith College Dublin: Springboard course, Animation.
Oct 2020- Apr 2021: Beaufort College, Navan, Co. Meath (Creative Arts & Early Childhood, Child Development, Special Needs Assisting).
2017-2020: The University of Art and Design (UAD), Cluj-Napoca (Romania), Fine Arts (BA degree), Erasmus+ Internship, Accademia di Belle Arti di Macerata, Macerata (Italy), Erasmus+ student, Akademia Sztuk Pięknych im. Władysława Strzemińskiego w Łodzi, Lodz (Poland).
The city we can('t) see / Eduard Fulop
2021 – Ongoing course: Pulse College Dublin, Springboard course, Animation.
2020-2021 – Beaufort College Navan (Creative Arts & Early Childhood, Child Development, Special Needs Development).
2019 - Graphic designer at the 5th International Motion Festival, Nicosia, Cyprus.
2015-2020 – University of Art and Design from Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Obelisk is dead / Vuk Peković & Šćepan Popović
Student of Faculty of Architecture in
Podgorica. In addition, he also writes poetry. Until now he has published a small collection of poetry (2015). He is one of the organizers of the Festival of Art in Nikšić (since 2019).
Student at the Faculty of Visual Arts at
The University of Mediteran. In addition, he is the author of a visual project Artrust - Art Festival (February 2020). Under Nova poetika publishing house, he recently published his book "Mind".
Untitled / Migle Duncikaite
Born in 1989, Lithuania, Kaunas. In 2017 she got a Master's degree in sculpting from the Finish Academy of Fine Arts. She has been living and working in Finland since 2012. From 2015 to 2018, she was helping with the Baltic stone symposium in Imatra, Finland. In 2018, she participated in the 8th Annual International Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art in Scranton, the USA, where she was representing Finland and the Baltic region in iron casting. In 2018, she became an official member of the Finnish sculptors association. Through the years, Duncikaite has been active in the exhibitions, workshops, talks, symposiums, plain airs, art residencies in Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Estonia, Sweden, Greece, Germany, USA, Serbia, Russia.
"Kiseonik" i "Identitet" / Milena Živković
She graduated and obtained her Master's degree in Printmaking at the Faculty of Fine Arts in the class of Prof. Anka Buric.
She sojourned during her studies in Graz and exhibited at numerous exhibitions in the country and abroad. Winner of Annual award for Printmaking (FLU), Mural Award (Ministry of Science of Montenegro), she is one of the founders of the first mural studio in Montenegro and author of multimedia projects within the art brand Ž-Art: Malo cetinjsko bijenale, Land art malog formata, Parče univerzuma, Svjetlosni mural, Disciplina mašte.
Mare di Maggio / Teresa Marasca
born in 1955 in Montefano, Italy. Since 1982 she has been working as a Professor of Artistic Anatomy, Drawing, Morphology and Iconography at the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata. Since 2001, she has been working as an Erasmus coordinator at the same institution. Her studio is located in Montefano, Italy, where she currently lives. She is involved in artistic research through the field of painting and installation art since the 1980s. In 1982, she exhibited at the Venice Biennale.
Splitting the Object / Nikola Pavlićević
Nikola Pavlićević graduated with bachelor studies in painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje and currently, he is finishing his fourth year in the same department. In the second and third year of his studies, he took part in the exchange programs in Metz and Bratislava. He participated in numerous collective exhibitions, both in his origin country and abroad.
Through / Jovana Vujović
She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Montenegro, and obtained her Master of Fine Arts at the University of Fine Arts Poznan. Since 2007, she has been exhibiting in the country and abroad. Selected solo exhibitions: Befriending the abyss - gallery Rotunda, Poznan, Poland, 2019 and a recent one at ULUCG, Podgorica, Montenegro. She was awarded several times: "Milunović, Stijović, Lubarda" award for sculpture "With Myself"; Annual award at exhibition Blues, Podgorica, Montenegro, 2016 and “Golden Award of University of Arts of Poznan”, nominating for 39th competition edition “Marii Dokowicz”, Poland, 2019.
Međa / Mato Uljarević
Born in Podgorica (1997), he completed his Bachelor studies in Sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje (2019) and graduated in 2020 in Specialist studies in Sculpture at the same faculty. In 2018, he studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava (Slovakia). He is currently enrolled on a Master's degree in Sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Cetinje. He has exhibited in several exhibitions in the country and participated in several international art projects. He has won several art awards. He lives and works in Podgorica, Montenegro.