Bogomir Doringer

Country ...................... Serbia
City ............................. Belgrad
Category .................... Media Art / Theory
Recommended by freiraum quartier21 INTERNATIONAL
Period of stay ............ Dec 12 - Mar 13, Apr 13 - Aug 13

www.bogomirdoringer.info/about
*1983, Belgrade, Yugoslavia (currently Serbia)

Visual Artist. Born in 1983 in Belgrade. Lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Department of Sociology, Faculty of Philosophy, Belgrade (certificate not gained, 2002)
Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam (BA Fine Arts, 2008)
The Netherlands Film and Television Academy, Amsterdam (with cum laude, MA Film, 2011)
Nominated two times for Venetian Biennale

Web page: www.bogomirdoringer.info


Exhibitions & Projects (selected)


2013
Fashion and Despair
Wonderingmode, Centre for Contemporary Art in Torun, (PL)
Hospitality-solo exhibition
G12HUB gallery, Belgrade (RS)

2012
Untitled-ferrofluid sculpture experiment in collaboration with Rein Vollenga
Technosensual, quartier21, Vienna (AT)
Hospitality,
The Digital Uncanny, Edith Russ Site for Media Art, Oldenburg (DE)
Zinkovy Art Festival, Zinkovy (CZ)


2011
Hospitality,
IDFA doc LAB, Amsterdam (NL)
Museumcollectie op straat. Collaboration with Tatjana Macic
Kunst in de stad, Hilversum (NL)

2010
Deranged
Toronto Alternative Film and Fashion Festival, Toronto (CA)
House of Orange, Netherlands embassy (CA)

2009
Deranged
Within Time, Pand Paulus, Schiedam (NL)
Fashion and Despair
ALTER/MODE: a world in between: fashion beyond clothes, Weld, Stockholm (SE)

2008
Deranged
Amsterdam Film Festival, Amsterdam (NL)
Open Up, Tanzquartier, Vienna (AT)
Media Art Friesland, Harlingen (NL)
Nederlands Film Festival, Utrecht and Amsterdam (NL)
Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam (NL)
V2: Institute for the Unstable Media, Rotterdam (NL)
Mr. Motley Special Screening, Kriterion, Amsterdam (NL)
Fashion and Despair
quartier21, Museums Quarter, Vienna (A)
Rijk
+art gallery, Hamburg (DE)

2007
Rijk
O3ONE Gallery, Belgrade (RS)
Déranger,
Someone’s Garden, Tokyo (JP)
Conflict box
It's Happening Now!, Mediamatic, Amsterdam (NL)

2006
Illegal chair
Mobile Studios, Belgrade (RS)
REMONT, Belgrade (RS)
Mediamatic, Amsterdam (NL)
Untitled
Belgrade Fashion Week, Belgrade (RS)

2004
Pig
Belgrade Fashion Week, Belgrade (RS)

2003
Confined Transformation
45th October Salon (Special Invitation to open the festival), Belgrade (RS)
Amnesia
Belgrade Fashion Week, Belgrade (RS)


Lectures & Public Presentations

2012
Faceless,
University of Applied Arts Vienna, Die Angewandte (AT)
Unwanted Story,
Edith Russ Site for Media Art in collaboration with theatre festival Go West, Oldenburg (DE)

2011
Museum Rendezvous: the meeting of Art & Science
Marina Bay Sands, ArtScience Museum, Singapore (SG)

2010
Prufrok #2-Activism
Corrosia!, Almere (NL)
Theater Zeebelt, The Hague (NL)
De NWE Vorst, Tilburg (NL)
Het Veemtheater, Amsterdam (NL)

2009
SYMPOSIUM: Fashion beyond clothes
Arkitekturmuseet, Stockholm (SE)

2008
Outside Project Workshop
Florence (IT)
Love, Hate and Fear
Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam (NL)

2006
Illegal chair
Mobile Studios, Goethe Institute, Berlin (DE)
Branding Conference
Belgrade Design Week, Belgrade (RS)

Awards and Nominations

2009
Nomination, Videodansa, IDN Festival, Barcelona (ES)

2008
Grand Prix, KONTAKT. Erste Bank Fashion Award, Vienna (AT)
Grand Prix, The World Fashion Film Festival, Berlin (DE) and Paris (FR)
Nomination, Graduate Art Studies Excellency, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam (NL)
Nomination, Venice Biennial, 2009 Serbian Pavilion, Belgrade (RS)

2007
Grand Prix, You Wear it Well – One Minute Video Festival, Paris (FR)


Artist in Residence
2012, Museums Quartier, Vienna (AT)
2008, Museums Quartier, Vienna (AT)
2006, Eurolab with Rietveld, Vilopriu (ES)

Projectinfo

Curating and organisation of the exhibition "FACELESS" at freiraum quartier21 INTERNATIONAL (July-November 2013):
After the events of 9/11 and in response to the fear of terrorist attacks, the levels of transparency and control have been taken to areas where they would have been unthinkable before. This has led to a change in security concepts and the expansion of surveillance systems. Social networks, which often violate privacy but promise their users popularity in exchange, have become the norm. Many artists critically engage with this subject and use “hidden” faces as a possibility to live an unobserved life.

Images

© Bogomir Doringer