Adrijana Gvozdenović


Adrijana Gvozdenović (1986, Montenegro) collects and annotates symptomatic artistic practices that recognise their anxiety as a prerequisite state for criticality. Last year she developed a card-reading publication 7 anxieties and the world, performed at FairShare: self-publishing as an artistic practice (CIAP Hasselt), during the Victories over the suns in Brussels, for he Hub – Between the iliac crest & the pubic bone (GMK Zagreb) and at the Pink House in Antwerp. Her solo exhibition Razstava was produced by her mother and a cake company for the Contemporary Art Centre of Montenegro (2017).

With Kristina Gvozdenović, they wrote a report "We are following your great example," for the exhibition "Drugarice - women's movement in Montenegro 1943 - 1953" (National Museum of Montenegro, 2017), which was also published in Strange Attractors (ed Nomaduma R. Masilela, X Berlin Biennale). During 2019, she was a researcher at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. From 2017 - 2020, she was part of a.pass, a collective environment for artistic research in Brussels. Since 2013, she has been working free-lance as a technical support for the production of museum exhibitions. In parallel with these activities, since 2015, she is working for the artists association Institute of Contemporary Art in Montenegro.


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Fig. 1.
Adrijana Gvozdenović, Poster for a card-reading, 7 anxieties and the world, 2019, The Pink House, Antwerp.

Fig. 2.
Adrijana Gvozdenović, performance documentation, Subtracted Seduction, 2019, Hectolitre, Brussels. Photo by Steven Jouwersma.

Fig. 3.
Adrijana Gvozdenović, documentation of card-reading
FairShare: self-publishing as an artistic practice, 2019, CIAP, Hasselt. Photo by Alexandra Bertels.