A space for the guard, prototype, 2012

The works starts from a question how certain projected objects and their shapes represent social constructions. The focus is on non-monumental yet significant forms, structures and functions, and cases where professional and amateur roles are closely linked.

Katarina Šević (Novi Sad, 1979) in her work utilizes and integrates diverse strategies of observation and narration, questioning the vehicles of design and behavioral patterns in society. Her practice includes performance, video, objects and publication projects. She studied at the Intermedia department of the University of Fine Art in Budapest.  Besides exhibition practice she has been active in diverse collaborative projects. She initiated and co-founded independent art spaces Dinamo and Impex, and co- edited and published several publications (among others ‘We are not ducks on a pond, but ships at sea/ independent art initiatives, Budapest 1989-2009’).