Organizers & Contact

Gordan Savičić is fascinated by new issues of our contemporary existence caused by the effects of new media on subjectivity and its deep social implications. He is interested in imposing and applying the assumed (computed) reality within different realms to discuss its potential future and exploit. Main research areas around his projects include game cultures, digital and urban interventions, architecture, pervasive computing as well as open source technologies. His participation in collaborative projects and performances have been shown in several countries and received various awards, such as Japan (dis-locate), Germany (Transmediale), Austria (Ars electronica) and Spain (Arco), among others. Savičić has been teaching new media art practices at various schools and universities in the Netherlands (Piet Zwart Institute, Geert Rietveld Academy), Israel (Digital Art Lab Holon) and in Austria (University of applied arts Vienna), among others.

Selena Savić is an artist and architect from Belgrade. Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, university of Belgrade in 2006, at the department for Urban Planning and from the Media Design department at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam in 2010. Besides architecture, Selena Savić actively pursues a critical media practice, treating the questions of the city, media and systems in general. Her work was presented at exhibitions and festivals like Cellsbutton (Yogyakarta, Indonesia), TestLab_Invisible Cities (V2, Rotterdam), Pixelache (Helsinki), Hack.Fem.East (Künslterhaus Bethanien, Berlin) Kosmopolis (Barcelona), and numerous other exhibitions in Belgrade, Brussels, Stockholm, Rotterdam, The Hague and Vienna. Since September 2011 she is working on her doctoral research, within the Joint Doctoral Initiative, at the Federal Technical Institute in Lausanne, Switzerland (EPFL) and the Technical Institute in Lisbon, Portugal (IST).

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