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Sanja Lasic – May 18, 19, 20

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Sanja Lasic sarà ospite nella casa/studio di via Malaga 4 tra il 17 e il 19 febbraio e presenta il proprio intervento al pubblico il 19 maggio alle ore 18,30. Le sue opere riflettono su come gli spostamenti di luogo influenzino un’identità in fieri. Attraverso l’uso del video e della fotografia, Lasic analizza questi spazi di passaggio in cui il corpo riconquista di volta in volta gesti infantili, semplici e banali.

— Sanja Lasic (Sarajevo (BiH), 1987) giovane artista slovena, laureata alla NABA – Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, dove attualmente frequenta il Biennio Specialistico in Arti Visive e Studi Curatoriali. Ha partecipato alle mostre collettive “In-Side V.S. On-Side”, (Spazio Taccori – Arte Contemporanea, Milano, 2009) e “CEMENTO ARMATO – Cantiere # 2” (Galleria Artra, Milano, 2009).


Sanja Lasic  is invited to the home/studio in Via Malaga from the 17th to the 19th of May and will present her intervention on the 19th of May at 6.30 pm. Her works deal with an intimate journey to places that are in constant emotional change and that develop identity. Through the use of the video and photography, her research starts from the analysis of those areas of transition where the body regains childish simple and mundane gestures, while disputing and playing the game of life and negating it at the same time.

— Sanja Lasic (Sarajevo (BiH), 1987) is a young Slovenian artist who graduated from the NABA – New Academy of Fine Arts, where she is currently enrolled in an MA. She has participated in the group exhibitions “In Side-On VS-Side” (Taccori Space – Contemporary Art, Milan June 2009) and “CEMENTO ARMATO – Cantiere # 2” (Artra Gallery, Milan, March 2009).

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