Dislocations: Online exhibition of video art
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Hosted as part of the Scottish Graduate School Summer School

Curated by Jon Blackwood

Artists: Ahmet Ögut, Mila Panic, Elena Chemerska, Ivana Mirchevska, Stella Rooney, Olja Sosnovskaya, Alesia Zhitkevich

Duration: 21.6. – 16.7.2021













Mediterranea 19  Young Artists Biennale
San Marino 2021
School of Waters
Curated by A Natural Oasis? A Transnational Research Programme
Duration: 14.5-31.10.2021

Even at a moment of standstill, Mediterranea 19 continues to research and dialogue with the artists with the aim of expressing the Biennale and its ecological potential in a collective transitory space, a waiting room hosting the preparations for next year’s event in San Marino.

The curatorial team of School of Watersdriven by the symbolic agency of waters, conceived an editorial platform which functions as a digital wetland: a breeding ground wherein ideas foster, processes collect and multiply, generating syncretisms that gradually build the ecosystem of Mediterranea 19.



Touched Land – Šiluva Art biennial
Šiluva , Lithuania
Duration: 13.6. – 30.10.2021






Language in Common – Youth Biennale 2021
Belgrade, Serbia
Duration: 29.7. – 05.11.2021








Interview for Nezavisne Newspaper
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Winner of ZVONO Award 2020 – YVAA  The Young Visual Artist Award for young visual artists from Bosnia and Herzegovina up to the age of 40. The ZVONO Award for the award winner consists of a two-months residency in New York at Residency Unlimited.




Us and Them
Kapana – City Gallery, Plovdiv
Duration: 01.10. – 07.11.2021
Part of the Legacy Programme of Plovdiv 2019, supported by Municiapality Foundation Plovdiv 2019 and IFA – Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen


In everyday language, as in everyday life, a distinction is quickly made between ‘us’ here and ‘them’ there. US and THEM are perhaps those artists, who live in one of the art metropolises of the art world, and those, who live and work in Bulgaria on the so-called periphery. Perhaps these are also those, who work in neighbouring countries.

The exhibition questions such subdivisions. It shows works that can be located via the individual biographies, but which address generally important topics in their subject matter. Boundaries that determine who the one and who the other are, lose their clear contours.

The presented artistic positions reflect questions of existence, being part of a community. They are characterized by diversity, variety and accepted contradictions.




Interview for BOMBASTIC No.1 Issue
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The Inhabitants: Adopt a Project
On Becoming Hubs
Non-Artistic Labor in Residencies
January 17, 2021
11.00 CET
Registration for the Zoom link: bit.ly/aap-talk2
The Inhabitants: Adopt a Project is an experimental proposition that aims to challenge the selection process of a residency program. Questioning on the localities, materiality, methods, and engagement in delivering residency programs, The Inhabitants: Adopt a Project is a web platform for artists to publish their project proposal to be “adopted” by residency organizers. This method is experimenting how artists and art organizations see proposed ideas and connect it to their own locality–to examine which one is more appealing to them, to understand why some projects are to be realized “offline” and not online, and finally to propose a different perspective of the residency programs.



ZVONO Art Award 2020/21 finalist

The ZVONO Award – YVVA The Young Visual Artists Award in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH)








The fifth episode of the Art Next Door features Centrum and SomoS. The first part is an interview with Centrum’s artistic director Jorgina Stamogianni, curator of sound Katerina Gnafaki, and artist Mila Panić. We discussed about Centrum’s 2020 programming and Mila’s current project Tante aus Deutschland (Aunt from Germany) at Centrum Berlin.



Artist in Residence program Celeia, Slovenia


Gallery of Contemporary Art
Trg celjskih knezov 8, 3000 Celje
+386 (0)3 42 65 156
Tuesday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sunday 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.






Short insight with taz (german)









Interview for the Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt (german)









View the catalogue ‘Wonderful life’, 2019