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ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

2000-2003 Royal College of Art, London, UK – MPhil, Master of Philosophy (Research Degree by Project, 2 year programme),  Supervisor: Al Rees, Thesis Title: ‘Blurring the Boundaries between the Artist and the Viewer as Conditioned by the Changing Concept of Art Space’. 35 000 words.

1991-1997 Academy of Fine Art, Department of Printmaking, Skopje, Macedonia Director of Studies: Professor Zoran Jakimovski, Diploma Thesis and Exhibition: ‘Scenes from a School Life’. The thesis was supported by a presentation/exhibition at the Academy of Fine Art:

1986-1990 School of Applied and Fine Art, Department of Printmaking, Skopje, Macedonia. (A Level, 4 years program)

 

INTERNATIONAL BIENIALLS 

/ Berlin Biennial 7, title: Forget Fear

Curated by Artur Zmijewski and Joanna Warsza

Public Art project, Friedrichstrasse, Berlin, Germany. (2012)

/ MANIFESTA 8  – Manifesta, European Biennial of Contemporary Art

Curators Chamber of Public Secrets (Khaled Ramadan and Alfredo Cramerotti)

MUBAM, Museum of Beatiful Arts, Muricia, Spain. (2010)

/ 28th Ljubljana International Biennial of Graphic Art

title: THE MATRIX: AN UNSTABLE REALITY 

Curators Alenka Gregoric and Bozidar Zrinski, SKUC Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia. (2009)

/ 5th Moscow Biennale, (Film Program), title: More Light

Curators: Catherine de Zegher, Alexandre Kauffman, Olga Shishko,

Manage, Museum of Screen culture Manage MediaArt, Moscow, Russia  (2013)

/ a.) 4th Bienal del Fin del Mundo, Title: Contrastes y Utopias

Curator: Zoran Patrovski (selection of Macedonian artists)

Casa del Puente, Mar del Plata, Argentina (2014)

/ b.) 4th Bienal del Fin del Mundo (stage2), Title: Contrastes y Utopias

Curator: Zoran Patrovski (selection of Macedonian artists)

Valparaíso, Chile (2015)

/ Art Biennial Varna, title: August in Art 

Varna, Bulgaria (2008)

9th International Biennale of Miniature Work 

Cultural Center Gornji Milanovac, Gornji Milanovac, Serbia.

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS AND PUBLIC ART PROJECTS:

 

2017

Strategies of Undoing

Collaborative exhibition Nada Prlja and Daniel Serafimovski

Maltfabrikken, Ebeltoft, Denmark

2016

Double Feature # 4

Collaborative exhibition by Nada Prlja and Nikolin Bujari

Curator Adela Demetja, Tirana Art Lab, Tirana

2013

The Unbearable Lightness of Being an Artist

Curators: Michal Novotný and Klára Adamcová. 

FUTURA Center for Contemporary Art, Praha, Czech Republic. 

2010

Wild and Cultivated Fruits Market

Curator Christian Kravagna. Lakeside Kunstrum, Klagenfurt, Austria. 

2009   

Bad News Project

 (Intervention in the daily newspaper DELO, Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Curator Alenka Gregoric and Bozidar Zrinski, Newspaper Intervention initiated

and curated by curators of the Ljubljana International Printmaking Biennial

of Graphic Art, Daily newspaper DELO, Ljubljana, Slovenia

/ Should I Stay, or Should I Go?

Curator Ksenija Baronica, SC Gallery, Zagreb, Croatia. 

2008   

Should I stay, or should I go?

Curator Zoran Petrevski, Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia.

/ Advanced Science of Morphology

(Public Art Project, organised by Erste Bank Art Collection)

Curator Walter Seidl, ORF FUNKHAUS TV and Radio Station, Vienna, Austria.

/ International Baroque

Curated by Mara Vujic, The City Museum of Ljubljana, Vzigalica, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 

2007

The Little Match Seller, or ‘Merry Europe’

European Commission in the UK, London, UK.

/ Give and Take, Estate Agency

Collaborative exhibition by Nada Prlja and Nemanja Cvijanovic

Curator Sophie Hope (B+B Curatorial Partnership), Austrian Cultural Forum, London, UK.

/ Globalwood

Curator Ana Frangovska. National Gallery of Macedonia, Skopje, Macedonia. 

2006   

Advanced Science of Morphology

(Public Art Project, organised by B+B Curatorial partnership

and Austrian Cultural Forum, London, UK)

Curator Sophie Hope from (B+B Curatorial Partnership), Marble Arch Park, London.   

/ Advanced Science of Morphology

(Public Art Project, Walking Performance from solo exhibition at

Marble Arch to group exhibition at Space Gallery, London, UK, project supported

by Austrian Cultural Forum, London)

Curator Sophie Hope (B+B Curatorial Partnership), Marble Arch Park to Hackney, London.

/ Advanced Science of Morphology. (project suspend due political conflicts)

Curators: Sophie Hope (B+B Curatorial Partnership) and Nemanja Cvijanovic, supported

by Jolanda Todorovic (City of Rijeka) and Austrian Cultural Forum,

Titov Trg, Rijeka, Croatia.

/ Advanced Science of Morphology

(Public Art Project, Walking Performance in Zagreb)

Curator: Sophie Hope (B+B Curatorial Partnership), supported by Austrian

Cultural Forum, London. Mamutica and other public locations, Zagreb, Croatia.

/ REPLICAS

Curator: Lucy Newman Cleeve, Man and Eve Gallery, London, UK.

2005

Agency for Serious Interests

Organiser: Iskra Gesoska and Elena Veljanovska, Tocka Gallery, Skopje, Macedonia.

1997   

Walking on Water According to Dr.Knaipp

(Site Specific Art project in Center for Rehabilitation in Skopje)

Curatorial Text: Zoran Petrevski, project supported by SOROS Center, Macedonia.

Centre for Physical Rehabilitation, Skopje, Macedonia.

/ Angels and Insects

Academy of Fine Art, Skopje, Macedonia.

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

 

2018

Curator: Gulsen Bal, Open Space, Vienna, Austria.

Remastered – The Art of Appropriation

Curator: Verena Gamper, Kunsthalle Krems, Krems, Austria

From Diaspora to Diversities

Curator: Miroslav Karic, National Museum of Montenegro, Cetinje, Montenegro

2017   

Acquisitions and Donations

Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia

/ Sculptural (Public Art projects around MSU)

Curator: Zoran Petrovski. Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia

2016   

From Diaspora to Diversities

Curators: Miroslav Karic and Janka Vukmir.

Festival KRIK 2, National Gallery of Macedonia – Daut Pashin, Skopje, Macedonia.

/ In Search of a Common Ground

Curators: Ana Frangovska and Bojana Shemova. Youth Cultural CenterSkopje, MK.

/ Teatri i Gjelbërimit

Curators: W.J. van Gerven Oei, Stefano Romano, and Ardian Isufi

FAB Gallery, Tirana, Albania

 / Imaginarium: Contemporary Video Art from Macedonia. 

Curator Jon Blackwood. Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen University, Aberdeen, UK

 / In Search of a Common Ground #2

Curators: Ana Frangovska and Bojana Janeva Shemova. Halle 50, Munich, Germany

/ Focus former Yugoslavia and Albania

Curator Adela Demetja. Viennacontemporary art fair, Vienna, Austria

/ IBCT/If buildings could talk (together with Daniel Serafimovski), 

Curators: Faculty of things that can’t be learned, AKTO Festival. 

Railway Workers Residential Complex, Skopje, Macedonia

2015   

WAITING FOR RAVE. ANTICIPATION OF POSTHUMAN TIME

Curator: Pietro Gaglianò, Barchessa di Levante di Villa Manin di Passariano, Italy

 / Say what?

Curators: Gülsen Bal and Walter Seidl, Galeri Zilberman, Istanbul

/ NATIONLESS? THE REFLECTIVE NOSTALGIA AND TRIVIAL AESTHETICS

Curator: Gorge Jovanovic. Thessaloniki Centre of Contemporary Art, Greece

/ Where (not) to go?

Curator: Jovanka Popova (press to exit project space). MC gallery, New York, USA 

 / Nationless: A Continuous Struggle

Curator: Gorge Jovanovic, Youth cultural center (MKC), Skopje, Macedonia

 / Imago Mundi Macedonia, 

Curator: Anna Frangovska, Benetton Foundation Collection, Italy.

/ In Search of a Common Ground

Curators: Ana Frangovska Bojana and Janeva Shemova

Müasir İncəsənət Mərkəzi, Baku, Azerbaijan

/ Temporary spiritual remediation intimate urban re-vision, Skopje Urban Stories 

(Public Art project in close proximity to the old building for Telecommunication)

Curator: Ana Frangovska, organised by Macedonian Artists’ Association Gallery.

/ NATION / EMANATIONS

Curator: Gorge Jovanovic, Museum of Yugoslav History, Belgrade, Serbia

/ In First Person

Curated: Maja Cankulovska Mihajlovska, National Gallery of Macedonia,

Mala Stanica, Skopje, Macedonia

/ In First Person, selection

Curated: Maja Cankulovska Mihajlovska, NU Museum, Magaze, Bitola, Macedonia

 / Transfiguring, one point of view on the Macedonian Contemporary Art

 Curator: Ana Frangovska, České centrum, Pragha, Checz Republic

2014   

Solidarity – An Incomplete Project?

Curators: Liljana Nedelkovska, Zaharinka Baceva, Marika Bocvarova 

and Zoran Petrovski. Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia.

 / seconds. 

Curator: Peter Lewis. Sharjah Art Foundation, Al Shuwaiheen, Arts Area, Sharjah, 

/ The Art of Failure: Affective Aliens

Curator: Slavcho Dimitrov, Mala Stanica, National Gallery of Macedonia, Skopje.

/ Demoralized idealism

Curator: Anna Frangovska, Varg e vi – Center for Contemporary Art, Gjilan, Kosovo.

/ Generation XXX

Curator: Emil Aleksiev. Museum of the City of Skopje, Skopje, Macedonia.

2013   

CUBE

Curated by Adriano Pedrosa, White Cube, London, UK.

/ Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid

Curated by Nathalie Hénon and Jean-François Rettig. 

Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany

 / …how is it toward the East

Curators Lilly Hill, Marina Doritis, with direction by Lina Dzuverovic

Calvert 22 Foundation, London, UK

/ Imagined Communities

Curated by Miguel Amado, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, North Ireland

/ PASSPORTS – GLOBALISATION IN CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN VIDEO

Curated by Chris Clarke, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland

2012   

Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid

Curated by Nathalie Hénon and Jean-François Rettig

Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France

/ Contested Territories

Curated by Miguel Amado, Dorsky Gallery, New York, USA.

/ 90s – Macedonian Visual Arts 1990-2000: Euphoria 

Curated by Zaneta Vangeli and Slavica Janeslieva, MKC, Skopje, Macedonia

2011   

/ CONDENSATION

Curated by Daniele Capra, Borgo storico di Clauiano, Trivignano, Udinese, Italy 

/ Loophole to Happiness

Curated by Maja and Reuben Fowkes, AMT_Projects, Bratislava, Slovakia.

 / Škvíra ke štestí

Curated by Maja and Reuben Fowkes, FUTURA Center, Praha, Czech Republic.

 / Loophole to Happiness

Curators Maja and Dr. Reuben Fowkes, Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz, Poland. 

2010 

no ifs, no buts

Curators Gulsen Bal and Walter Seidle, DEPO, Istanbul, Turkey. 

/ Living Across, Spaces of Migration

Curator Christian Kravagna, x_hibit, Akademie der bildenden Künste,

Vienna, Austria. 

 / Loophole to Happiness

Curators Maja and Reuben Fowkes Trafo Gallery, Budapest, Hungary. 

 / Bless my homeland, I, too, will try to forget

Concept and Organisation Ioana Marinescu and Karoline Mayer

Kunsthalle Exnergasse Vienna, Austria.

/ Unerwartete Wendungen

Curators Margarethe Makovec&Anton Lederer, Kunst Pavillion, Innsbruck, Austria.

/ BQ OFF Program, 3rd Quadriteral Biennial

Curator Ksenija Orelj, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia.

 / Vinna Art Fair, Springering’s Artists

Organised by Hedwig Saxenhuber and Christa Benzer for 

Springerin Magazine participation at Vienna Fair, Vienna Art Fair, Austria.

/ Unexpected Twists

Curators Margarethe Makovec & Anton Lederer,

<rotor> contemporary art association, Graz, Austria. 

2009       

/ Atitude 5 – 5th Video Art Festival

Curator Biljana Isianin, Various Bank Buildings, Bitola, Macedonia.

 / Studio Visit

Curators Andrea Bruciati, Stefano Coletto, Nemanja Cvijanovic and

Marco Tagliafierro, GC. AC Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone, Italy.

/ AT YOUR SERVICE

Curator Cylena Simonds, David Roberts Art Foundation, London, UK

/ CRIME & PUNISHMENT – THE SEQUEL

Curator Predrag Pajdic, Kortil gallery, Rijeka, Croatia.

/ Inside Out

Curator Ana Frangovska, National Gallery of Macedonia, Mala Stanica, Skopje.

/ People Signs & Resistance, Investigating the front-line

Curator Predrag Pajdic, 198 Contemporary Art Gallery, London, UK.

 / Re-Branding Act Tina B – Prague Contemporary Art Festival

Curator Micaela Giovannotti, Different locations in Prague, Czech Republic.

2008   

 / Dwelling Place, Taiwan International Video Art Exhibition

Curator Yung-Hsien Chen, Hong-Gah National Museum, Taipei, Taiwan.

/ Tit for Tat, Counter Images for Transcultural Thinking and Acting

Curators Margarethe Makovec and Anton Laden.

<rotor>, center for contemporary art, Graz, Austria.

/ Wie du Mir, Counter Images for Transcultural Thinking and Acting

Curators Margarethe Makovec and Anton Laden, <rotor>, center for contemporary art,,

Graz, Austria. 

/ Stay here… Product, The Festival of Contemporary Art

Curator Gulsen Bal, National Museum, Varna, Bulgaria. 

/ Four Macedonian Artists

European Commission in the UK, London, UK.

 / Vision in the Nunnery

Curators Tessa Garland, Cinzia Cremona and Darshana Vora, 

Nunnery Gallery, London, UK.

/ H A C K. F e m. E A S T

Curators Tatiana Bazzichelli and Gaia Novati, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, DE

/ Another City, Another Life

Curator Joanna Sokolowska, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland. 

/ Breaking Lines – 6th Short Film Festival of Mostar

Cultural Centre Abraševic, Mostar, Bosnia and Hercegovina.

 / Temporary Zones

Curator Gulsen Bal, Open Space, Vienna, Austria. 

 / Qbox Art Books

Curator Myrtia Nikolakopoulou, Qbox Gallery, Athens, Greece. 

2007   

OPTICA 2007 – Gijon International Festival of Video Art

Various Locations, Gijon, Spain.

/ White Nights – September Festival

Curator Biljana Peseva, Different locations in Skopje, Macedonia.

/ UNBOUND

Curator Predrag Pajdic, Contemporary Art Platform, London. 

/ Inter-Faces

Curator Christina Steinbrecher, Soros Centar for Contemporary Art, Almati, Kazahstan.

/ Recognise

Curator Predrag Pajdic, Contemporary Art Platform, London.

/ Old Space, New Initiative

Curator Biljana Isianin, Magaze, Contemporary Art Center, Bitola, Macedonia.

/ BINARY CODE EMOTION Festival

Studentski kulturni centar, Beogradu, Srbia.

2006   

Mine, Yours, Ours

Curated by Nemanja Cvijanovic & Davor Miskovic, Kortil Gallery, Rijeka, Croatia. 

 / The Sweetest Dream: Unity and Dissonance in Europe

Curated by Sophie Hope (B+B Curatorial Partnership), SPACE gallery, London, UK. 

/ Related Exhibitions to MPhil thesis at Royal College of Art:

 The thesis was supported by four exhibitions, focusing on installation,

digital art and video art.

2003    / And Some Other Stories…, – Henry Moore Gallery, RCA, London, UK.

2002    / And Some Other Stories…, – Henry Moore Gallery, RCA, London, UK.

2001    / Wired HousesGulbenkian Gallery, RCA, London, UK.

2000    / Moving HousesHenry Moore Gallery, RCA, London, UK.

1999   

1111 Portrait

Curated by Valentino Dimitrovski, organised by SOROS Center for Contemporary

Art, H’vzi Pashini Konaci,  Bardovci,  Skopje, Macedonia. 

1998   

SEA Fair’ 97, International Fair of Electronic Art

Curator: Melentie Pandilovski, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia.

/ Printmaking Experiment, Second Annual Exhibition

Curator: Suzana Milevska, Center for Graphic Art, City Museum of Skopje, MK.

 / Extension of the frame, New Macedonian Photography

Concept and essay: Sonja Abadzieva, Art Gallery Bitola, Macedonia

 / Extension of the frame. New Macedonian photography

Concept and essay: Sonja Abadzieva, Art Gallery Kumanovo, Macedonia

1997   

CefCA Festival

Curator: Melentie Pandilovski, Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, MK.

/ Printmaking Experiment, Printmaking Experiment First Annual Exhibition

Curated by Suzana Milevska, Center for Graphic Art, City Museum of Skopje, MK

 / Icon on Silver

Curated by Nebojsa Vilic and Milentije Pandilovski, Duplo Gallery, Skopje, MK.

 

 

CATALOGUES

 

2010      Foreign Language for Beginners, Catalogue for the project exhibited at the Manifesta 8, Murcia, Spain. (140 pp., A5, BW 67 and 170 colour illustrations)Essays by: Jan Verwoert, Florence Lazar, Ragnhild Aslaug Sollund, Nada Prlja, Published by Murcia Ministry of Culture. ISBN: 978-85-968-87-5

2008      Should I stay or Should I go, Catalogue for the project exhibited in the Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje. (140 pp., A5, 4 booklets, black and white) Essay and interview with Nada Prlja by Lillian Fellmann, Essay by Liljana Nedelkovska. Published by Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia. ISBN: 978-9989-199-10-3

2007      Globalwood, Catalogue for the project exhibited in the National Gallery of Macedonia, Skopje, Macedonia. (36pp., A5, colour) Essays by: Sophie Hope, Ana Frangovska, Interview with Nada Prlja by Michele Robecchi. Published by National Gallery of Macedonia, Skopje, Macedonia. ISBN:9989-694-85-1

1999       Walking in a Water According to Dr. Knippe. Catalogue for the public project exhibited in the Center for Physical Rehabilitation, Skopje, Macedonia. (16pp., 21x21cm, colour). Essay by: Zoran Petroski. Published by SOROS Center for Contemporay Art, Skopje, Macedonia.

1997    1923, reacted. Second International Festival of Computer Arts New Bodies, Curator Milentie Pandilovski, Plecnik Library, Maribor, Slovenia and Kibla Center, Maribor, Slovenia.

 

CURATED EXHIBITIONS

2016 

 / Heroes for one day

Curatorated and organised: Nada Prlja and Daniel Serafimovski (SIA Gallery)

MOB – Macedonian Opera and Ballet, Skopje, Macedonia

Participants and collaborators: Violeta Bakalcev / Minas Bakalcev (architects), Ivan Blajev (photographer), Martin Guleski (architect) John Ivanovo / Vladimir Deskov / Smith-Deskova (architects), Vlatko P. Korobar (architect), Zoran Petrovski (curator), Dusan Percinkov (artist), Ilija Prokopiev (artist), Andriana Tilikj (photographer), Nicholas Uzunovski (artist), Mitko Hadzi-Puglia (architect), Bert rooms (writer), Dragan Hristov (fashion designer), Jane Chalovski (artist).   

/ In Pursuit of the Impossible

Exhibition by Nikola Uzunovski, SIA gallery, Skopje.

Commissioned and organised: Nada Prlja & Daniel Serafimovski (SIA Gallery)

/ Personal / impersonal

Exhibition by Zorica Zafirivska, SIA gallery, Skopje, MK.

Organised: Nada Prlja and Daniel Serafimovski (SIA Gallery, Skopje, MK.)

/ We read: people Co books, buildings like people

Exhibition curated by Ivana Vaseva and Filip Jovanovski, at SIA gallery, Skopje

Organised: Nada Prlja and Daniel Serafimovski (SIA Gallery, Skopje, MK.)

/ The politicization of the debris*

Exhibition: Kristina Bozurska and Zorica ZafirovskaSIA gallery, Skopje, MK.

Commissioned, curated and organised: Nada Prlja & Daniel Serafimovski (SIA Gallery)

2015 

La Mystérique (Road to Mercy)

Exhibition by Hristina Ivanoska, SIA gallery, Skopje, MK.

Organised: Nada Prlja and Daniel Serafimovski (SIA Gallery, Skopje, MK.)

/ NAMING 

Exhibition by Alban Muja, SIA gallery, Skopje, MK.

Organised: Nada Prlja and Daniel Serafimovski (SIA Gallery, Skopje, MK.)

/ Prokrastinacija – Arts billboard

Co-curator: Nada Prlja, Selected artist: Velimir Zernovski, (Invitiation by curators

of the concept: Bojana Janeva-Semov and Anna Frangovska)

Organised by National Gallery of Macedonia – Daut Pashin, Skopje, Macedonia.

2014   

OPA PROFESSIONAL

Exhibition by OPA PROFESSIONALSIA gallery, Skopje, MK.

Curated, commissioned and organised: Nada Prlja (SIA Gallery, Skopje, MK.)

2009   

(IM)MIGRANTS WITH(IN)

Libia Castro and Ólafur Ólafsson, Minouk Lim, Tanja Ostojic and Khaled Ramadan. 

Curator: Nada Prlja (invitation by Gulsen Bal, Open Space)

Open Space, Vienna, Austria (March 2009)

2009   

LOVE & HATE

Artists: Nemanja Cvijanović, Olgica Dimitrovska, Vesna Miličević, Nikola Uzunovski,

Škart and Žaneta Vangeli

Curator: Nada Prlja (invitation by THANK TV)

tank.tv, On-line exhibition

2006   

AMBIVALENT TRUTHS, or The Last Geographically Defined Exhibition

Artists: Serbia (Ivan Grubanov), Macedonia (Zaneta Vangeli), Kosovo (Dren Maliqi)

Curator and organiser: Nada Prlja

Serious Interests Gallery, London, UK.

 

RESENT LECTURING POSITIONS and responsibilities 

Selected curriculum

1 – Istituto Marangoni, London, UK. 2005 – 2014

Senior Lecturer, Working with students from First to Third Year of BA course

2 – London Metropolitan University, London, 2004 – 2014

– Visiting Lecturer, Working with second and third year BA students 2004-2009; 2009- onwards MA students.

 

SELECTED CONFERENCIES, DISCUSSIONS, ARTISTS TALKS, WORKSHOPS, ARTISTS RESIDENCIES AND FILM SCREENINGS

 

2013    

SUBVERSION TO RED: RED DISCUSSION (Art project – Panel Discussion, as a part of ‘…how is it toward the East’ (Group Exhibition), Calvert 22 Foundation, London, UK.

Migratory Homes (Artist talk Nada Prlja and Joanna Rajkowska), Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK

Language and pictures: multimodal approaches to heteroglossic biographies (Symposium participation)

University of Vienna, Department of Sociology and the  Institute of Art and Design, Vienna, Austria, Nov. 2012

Fire Station Residency (March-April 2012)

Dublin, Ireland

Immigrant Protest: Politics, Aesthetics and Everyday Dissent (Artist Talk and Panel Discussion)

Dr Imogen Tyler, Sociology Senior Lecturer & Leverhulme Fellow, activist group No Borders London and Margareta Kern

INIVA Institute of International Arts, London, 2012

RAVE East Village Artist Residency (with Adrian Paci) (Residency)

Trivignano, Udinese, Italy, June 2011

Foreign Language for Beginners.      (Film Screening and discussion)

Nada Prlja in conversation with Lina Dzuverkovic (Director Electra productions).

Organised and introduced by Cylena Simonds (Art Film Curator at ICA).

ICA, London, UK. 2011

Reclaim Happiness: Self-Help      (Panel Discussion)

Organised and moderated by Maja and Reuben Fowkes (Curators Translocal), including various cultural workers:

Nada Prlja, Janek Simon, Kuba Szreder and Tomasz Zaluski.

Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz, Poland. 2011

Living Across, Spaces of Migration.      (Panel Discussion)

Organised and moderated by Chrtistian Kravagna (Professor of Postcolonial Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna)

with artists Yto Barrada, Ghazel, Anna Jermolaewa, Nada Prlja and Deniz Sözen.

Academy of Fine Art, Vienna, Austria. 2010

Wild and cultivated fruit market      (Artist’s Talk)

Organised and introduced by Chrtistian Kravagna (Professor of Postcolonial Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna).

Lakeside Kunstraum, Klgenfurt, Austria. 2010 

Wild and cultivated fruit market      (Radio Discussion)

Nada Prlja in conversation.

Austrian National radio, 2010

Wild and cultivated fruit market.      (Radio Discussion)

Nada Prlja in conversation with Bojan Radovan.

Agore radio, 2010

Bless my homeland, I, too, will try to forget      (Panel Discussion)

Moderated by Martin Fritz (Freelance Curator) with artists Werner Kaligofsky, Ioana Marinescu, Karoline Mayer,

Lucia Nimcova, Luciano Parodi, Nada Prlja and Susan Silas.

Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria. 2010.

In search of Black Comunism      (Artist’s Talk)

Introduced by Margareta Kern (artist).

University College of London (UCL), London, UK. 2010

Migggrrrration      (Artist’s Talk)

Introduced by Ksenija Orelj (Curator at MSU, Rijeka).

Museum of Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia. 2010

Black Communism      (Artist Talk and Consulation with Students)

Artist Talk introduced by Dr. Amy Bryzgel (Senior Lecturer in the History of Art).

School of Art History, History & Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK. 2009

Nations: Panel Discussion      (Panel Discussion)

Moderated by Gabriela Salgado (Curator of Public Programmes at Tate Modern) with artists Nada Prlja, Alexandra Handal.

INIVA, Institute of International Visual Arts, London, UK. 200

Return of the Red Bourgeoisie      (Artist talk)

Organised and introduced by Paul Goodwin (Curator of Cross Cultural Programmes at Tate Britain).

Tate Britain, London, UK. 2009

SocialEast Seminar on Foreign Experience on Post-89 Art      (Conference)

Moderated and organised by Maja and Reuben Fowkes (Curators, Translocal), including various cultural workers:

Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, Nada Prlja, Diana McCarty, Szabolcs Kisspal, Amy Bryzgel, Lena Prents and Oleksiy Radynski.

Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary. 2009

Balkan Toxonomy      (Conference)

Moderated by Janis Jefferies (Director, Research Centre, Goldsmiths University), including various cultural workers:

Nela Milic, Althea Greenan, Sophie Hope, Dr. Eric Gordy, Zlatan Krajina, Jasmina Cibic, Larisa Blazic, Maria Theodoraki, Djordje Balmazovic, Dr. Dejan Djokic, Nada Prlja, Piera Ravnikar.

Goldsmith University, London, UK. 2009  

At Your Service      (Artist’s talk)

Organised and introduced by Cylena Simonds (Curator in Iniva), with artists Nada Prlja and Manuela Ribadeneira.

David Roberts Art Foundation, London. 2009

(IM)MIGRANTS WITH(IN) (Panel Discussion)

Organise and moderated by Nada Prlja. With Tanja Ostojic, Khaled Ramadan, Gulsen Bal and Walter Seidl.

Open Space, Vienna, Austria. 2009

GIVE TO TAKE      (Artist’s talk)

Organised and introduced by Hack.Fem.East.

Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany. 2008

Vision in the Nunnery      (Panel Discussion)

Organise and moderated by Cinzia Cremona, including exhibition artists.

Nunnery Gallery, London. 2008

Temporary Zones   (discussion)

Organised and moderated by Gulsen Bal, with artists Ergin Çavusogu, and Nada Prlja.

LabFactory, Viena, Austria.

Can engaged art change or contribute toward building a better society?      (Artist’s talk)

Nada Prlja in conversation with Predrag Pajdic (Curator in Contemporary Art Platform).

Contemporary Art Platform, London. 2007

London is a Place for Me      (Panel Discussion)

Moderated by David Bailey (Curator in Autograph).

INIVA, London, UK. 2007

Context Matters: can political art travel?      (Panel Discussion)

Organised and moderated by Sophie Hope (Curator in B+B curatorial group) with artists Nada Prlja, Nemanja Cvijanovic.

Public Works, London, UK. 2007

Money Matters in Political Art      (Conference)

Organised and moderated by Sophie Hope (Curator in B+B curatorial group)

with artists Nada Prlja and Nemanja Cvijanovic.

Austrian Cultural Forum. London, UK. 2007

Context Matters: can political art travel?      (Conference)

Organised and moderated by Sophie Hope (Curator in B+B curatorial group) with artists Igor Grubic, Djordje Balzmatovic,

Nada Prlja and Nemanja Cvijanovic.

Space Gallery and residence, London, UK. 2007

The Almanac of Political Art      (Conference)

Organised and moderated by Sophie Hope (Curator in B+B curatorial group) and Simona Nastac (Curator at Romanian

Cultural Institute), including various cultural workers: Leigh French, Adam Jeanes, Igor Grubic, Djordje Balzmatovic

(Skart), Nada Prlja and Nemanja Cvijanovic.

Austrian Cultural Forum, London, UK. 2007

Turbo Star      (Radio Discussion)

Including Sophie Hope (Curator in B+B curatorial group), Djordje Balzmatovic (Skart) and Nada Prlja.

Resonance FM, London, UK. 2007

Turbo Star      (Radio Discussion)

Nada Prlja in conversation with Kostadin Surbanovski.

Radio 103, Skopje, Macedonia. 2007

ART UNDER CONSTRUCTION, the Balkans in Context      (Conference)

Organisers and moderators Luisa Avgita (City University) and Juliet Steyn (Senior Lecturer, City University),

including various cultural workers: Suzanne Treister, Marina Grzinic, Zoran Eric, Suzana Milevska,

Dimitris Konstantinidis, etc.

City University, London, UK. 2006

/ Mine, yours, ours,     (Conference)

Moderatorated by Davor Miskovic (Director of Drugo More) and Aljosa Puzar (Jurnalist, Zarez magazine), including various cultural workers: Teo Celakoski, Nikola Gelevski, Maks Sorsak, Marko Stamenkovic, Stefan Rusu, Attila S. Tordai, Nemanja Cvijanovic, Kortil Gallery, Rijeka, Croatia. 2006

/ Euro Art – Info 14 (Nova telesnost; V2_East Conference, DEAF, ISEA 96, Rotterdam (Festival/Conference/Exhibition)

Prlja’s SELECTED ACADEMIC AND CRITICAL WRITING

Academic writing

MPhil thesis – Blurring the Boundaries between the Artist and the Viewer as Conditioned by 

the Changing Concept of Art Space. 2003, 35 000 words.

Other essays/interviews

2010      Immigrant Protest: Politics, Aestetics and Everyday Dissent.    (Book essay/interview)

Book edited by Katarzyna Marciniak (Associate Professor, Ohio University) 

and Dr Imogen Tyler (Senior Lecturer & Leverhulme Research Fellow)

Can video artists create alternative working methodologies?.    (Magazine essay)

Issue editor Alfredo Cramerotti. Magazine Nolens Volens, Madrid, Spain.

Wild and Cultivated Fruit Market     (Reordering catalogue entry)

Essay by Nada Prlja. Published by Lakeside Kunstraum, Klagenfurt, Austria. pp. 7-14.

2009     Return of the Red Bourgeoisie.     (Magazine interview)

Interview with Nada Prlja by Stefan Szezelkun, Mute Magazine, London

Issue 2/13. Published by Mute Magazine, ISBN 978-1-906496-41-8

Should I stay or Should I Go     (Catalogue interview)

Nada Prlja interviewing Eleonore de Montesquiou, SC Gallery, Zagreb.

Jesus dies for our Sins     (Catalogue essay)

198 gallery, London, UK.

2008      To Curate or Not to Curate in 2008.    (Magazine Biennales’ review)

ArtLink, Contemporary Art Quarterlly. Melburn, Australia. Art Magazine. Vol 28 no 4. pp. 32-35.

Art Reclaims Foreign Affairs     (Book essay)

    New Paradigms, New Models – Culture in the EU’s External Relations Conference

                 Published by contemporary art association, Graz, Austria. By Nada Prlja. Book. pp. 16-17.

Love and Hate    (Interview exhibition overview)

TANK.TV, London, UK. Published by TANK.TV, Videoa art portal of monthly exhibitions. By Nada Prlja.

Bibliography, SELECTED PUBLICATIONS, 

REVIEWS, TV/RADIO APPEARANCES AND BOOKS

(not updated since 2013)

2016        WAITING FOR RAVE. ANTICIPATION OF POSTHUMAN TIME

Curator: Pietro Gaglianò

Barchessa di Levante di Villa Manin di Passariano, Italy

               http://www.arte.it/calendario-arte/udine/mostra-waiting-for-rave-anticipation-

of-posthuman-time-29629

IBCT/If buildings could talk

Curators: Faculty of things that can’t be learned

AKTO Festival

Railway Workers Residential Complex, Skopje, Macedonia

http://akto-fru.com/en/проекти/ibctif-buildings-could-talk

Nada Prlja’s installation Strike     (Internet Newspaper)

not here no there, interview with Francis Hunger

http://www.irmielin.org/nothere/nada-prlja-2/

2013        Kunststadt – Stadtkunst (Magazine review)

http://www.bbk-kulturwerk.de/con/kulturwerk/upload/kioer/kssk/skks_60_web.pdf

Editors: Elfriede Müller, Martin Schönfeld, Britta Schubert. Issue 60, pp. Front cover, 17-18.

Nesnestitelná lehkost bytí umělce

ArtMap

http://www.artmap.cz/nesnestitelna-lehkost-byti-umelce

Prlja Nada: Nesnesitelná lehkost bytí umělce

ArtMap

http://www.artmap.cz/prlja-nada-nesnesitelna-lehkost-byti-umelce

Joanna Rajkowska and Nada Prlja will be talking about their work at Nottingham Contemporary

Migratory Homes, by Basia Sliwinska

http://migratoryhomes.blogspot.mk/2013/05/migratory-homes-artists-talks-7th-may.html

Macedonian Kuenstlerin Nada Prlja Pictures and Images

Getty Images

http://www.gettyimages.co.uk/photos/macedonian-kuenstlerin-nada-prlja?excludenudity=true&mediatype=photography&phrase=macedonian%20kuenstlerin%20nada%20prlja&sort=mostpopular

Migratory Homes (Artist talk Nada Prlja and Joanna Rajkowska)

Nottingham Contemporary, 07.05.2013, Nottingham, UK

http://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org/event/migratory-homes-artist’s-talks

2012        Berlin Biennale 7     (Exhibition catalogue)

Edited by Artur Zmijewski and Joanna Warsza

  TAZ (Newspaper review), 03.05

http://www.taz.de/!92699/

  Art in Berlin – Internet

  http://www.art-in-berlin.de/incbmeldvideo.php?id=2426&-

  Artspy – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.artspy.cn/html/news/6/6562.html

  Staits times – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Lifestyle/Story/STIStory_797038.html

  IOL Daily News – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.iol.co.za/dailynews/news/artist-builds-berlin-wall-dividing-rich-and-poor-1.1293040

  Sveriges radio – Radio

  http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=3810&artikel=5093241

  Berliner Morgenpost – Newspaper

  http://www.morgenpost.de/berlin/article106265382/Neue-Mauer-teilt-die-Friedrichstrasse.html

  Berliner Morgenpost – Mobile post

  http://mobil.morgenpost.de/berlin/article106265382/Neue-Mauer-teilt-die-Berliner-Friedrichstrasse.html?emvcc=-1

  BZ – Newspaper

  http://www.bz-berlin.de/bezirk/mitte/und-wieder-teilt-eine-mauer-berlin-article1450516.html

  N-TV – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.n-tv.de/reise/Neue-Mauer-in-Berlin-article6202906.html

  Auguststrasse Berlin – Internet

  http://auguststrasse-berlin-mitte.de/

  Markifche Oderzeitung – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.moz.de/kultur/kultur/artikel-ansicht/dg/0/1/1020007/

  Volksfreund – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.volksfreund.de/nachrichten/welt/kultur/kunst/Kunst-Neue-Mauer-in-Berlin;art630,3148924

  Austria News – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.austria.com/neue-mauer-in-berlin-peace-wall-bei-biennale/apa-1147795300

  Focus online – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.focus.de/kultur/kunst/kunst-neue-mauer-in-berlin_aid_748702.html

  Parametar – Newspaper

  http://www.parameter.sk/rovat/kultura/2012/05/08/uj-fal-osztja-meg-berlint

  Tagesspiegel – Newspaper

  http://www.tagesspiegel.de/berlin/friedrichstrasse-kunstwerk-empoert-anwohner/6601452.html

  Kunst blog – Internet

  http://kunst.blog.nl/kunst-in-openbare-ruimte/2012/05/10/nieuwe-berlijnse-muur-verdeeld-arm-en-rijk

  Qiez – Internet

  http://www.qiez.de/kreuzberg/kultur/peace-wall-teilt-die-friedrichstrasse/3167574

  Welt – Newspaper

  http://www.welt.de/print/welt_kompakt/berlin/article106270281/Peace-Wall-teilt-Friedrichstrasse.html

  MNO – Internet

  http://m.mno.hu/szines/ujra-fal-epult-berlin-kozpontjaban-kepek-1074490

  3sat – Internet Newspaper

  http://www.3sat.de/page/?source=%2Fkulturzeit%2Fnews%2F162389%2Findex.html

  Elmundo  – Newspaper

  http://www.elmundo.es/elmundo/2012/05/09/cultura/1336545019.html

  Swiss Info – Internet

  http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/news/international/Artist_builds_Berlin_wall_dividing_rich_and_poor.

html?cid=32661130

  Berliner Zeitung – Newspaper

  http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/berlin/-peace-wall–kunstprojekt-laesst-berliner-streiten,10809148,15210924.html

  IOL  – Newspaper

  http://www.iol.co.za/dailynews/news/artist-builds-berlin-wall-dividing-rich-and-poor-1.1293040

  India Times – Internet Newspaper

  http://1click.indiatimes.com/article/09CH94HglFblR?q=Berlin

  n-tv – TV

  http://www.n-tv.de/reise/Neue-Mauer-in-Berlin-article6202906.html

  Focus – Newspaper

  http://www.focus.de/kultur/kunst/kunst-neue-mauer-in-berlin_aid_748702.html

  Art-in-Berlin – Internet

  http://www.art-in-berlin.de/incbmeldvideo.php?id=2426&-

  Artiberlin – internet

  http://www.artiberlin.de/article/GRENZGNGE_Peace_WallNada_Prlja_Berlin_Biennal

  Tagesspiegel – newspaper

  http://www.tagesspiegel.de/berlin/umstrittene-kunst-kein-frieden-an-der-peace-wall/6649476.html

  rbb – TV

  http://mediathek.rbb-online.de/rbb-fernsehen/abendschau/kunstaktion-mit-neuer-mauer?documentId=10588824

  hauptstadt blog – blog

  http://www.hauptstadtblog.de/2012/05/21/peace-wall/

  TAZ – Newspaper, KONRAD Litschko

  http://www.taz.de/Kunst/!94011/

  TAZ – Newspaper

  http://www.taz.de/Kunstprojekt-an-der-Friedrichsstrasse/!94666/

  Tagelsspiegel – Newspaper, CONSTANTIN Schoettle

  http://www.tagesspiegel.de/berlin/mauer-in-der-friedrichstrasse-peace-wall-vor-dem-fall/6709892.html

  ZDFl – TV News

  http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/#/beitrag/video/1657534/heute-nacht-vom-05062012

  Tagesspiegel – newspaper, by Thomas Loy, Doreen Fiedler

  “Peace Wall” before the fall

  http://www.tagesspiegel.de/berlin/mauer-in-der-friedrichstrasse-peace-wall-vor-dem-fall/6709892.html

  FOCUS, newspaper

  “Peace Wall” Is broken, in Berlin after protests

  http://www.focus.de/kultur/kunst/kunst-nach-protesten-peace-wall-in-berlin-wird-abgebaut_aid_764000.html

  Monopol, by dpa/bb

  “Peace Wall” in Berlin will be removed

  http://www.monopol-magazin.de/artikel/20105490/Peace-Wall-in-Berlin-wird-abgebaut-.html

  Startseite – ZDF Mediathek – TV News

  Art in Berlin

  Nada Prlja pulls down the “Peace Wall” prematurely

  http://www.art-in-berlin.de/incbmeld.php?id=2469&-berlin-biennale

  Berliner Zeitung – Newspaper, by Karin Schmidl

  Fall of the Wall in Kreuzberg

  http://www.berliner-zeitung.de/berlin/biennale-kunst-in-der-friedrichstrasse-mauerfall-in

kreuzberg,10809148,16329348.html

  Motz – Newspaper.

  After protests: “Peace Wall” is broken

  http://www.moz.de/nachrichten/berlin/artikel-ansicht/dg/0/1/1024119/

  Blouin Art Info – online, by Ines Meier

  The wall in our heads – Early degradation of the “Peace Wall” at the Frederick Street

  http://de.artinfo.com/news/story/807802/die-mauer-in-unseren-köpfen-–-vorzeitiger-abbau-der-„peace-wall“-an-der

friedrichstraße?comment_sort=desc

Materialize the Contradiction     (Online interview)

Nada Prlja in interview with David Miller

2011 Loophole to Happiness     (Exhibition catalogue)

Edited and exhibition curated Maja and Reuben Fowkes

Škvíra ke štěstí    (Online video)

Artycok TV, Interview: Jan Vidlička

http://artycok.tv/7743/skvira-ke-stestiloophole-to-happiness

Škvíra ke štěstí / Loophole to Happiness

Artmap

http://www.artmap.cz/skvira-ke-stesti-loophole-to-happiness

About uncensored slavery and protests agains it     (Magazine interview)

Nada Prlja in interview with Suzana Marjanic

Zarez, Zagreb, Croatia. Cultural magazine. 20.02.2010, year 13, no. 301, pp. 30-31.

Immigrant Protest: Politics, Aestetics and Everyday Dissent.    (Book essay/interview)

Book edited by Katarzyna Marciniak (Associate Professor, Ohio University) 

and Dr Imogen Tyler (Senior Lecturer & Leverhulme Research Fellow)

2010 Good luck, migration today    (book essay, exhibition entry)

Essay by Christian Kravagna

Published by Initiative Minderheiten, Vienna, Austria. Book. ISBN 978-3-85476-340-6. pp. 464-466.

Manifesta 8     (Catalogue entry)

                Published by Manifest Fondation & Murcia Ministry of Culture. Catalogue. ISBN 9-788836-61697. pp. 190-191

Manifesta 8     (Guide entry)

                Published by Manifest Fondation & Murcia Ministry of Culture. Guide. pp. 122.

Manifesta 8      (Magazine biennale review)

Art Review, London/New York. Review by Joshua Mack . Art magazine. January/February 2011, Issue 47. pp. 123.

Can video artists create alternative working methodologies?.    (Magazine essay)

Issue editor Alfredo Cramerotti. Magazine Nolens Volens, Madrid, Spain.

Der Knast im Obst- und Gemüsegarten

Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, Keln, Germany. By  Georg Imdahl. Magazine. 18-19.12.2010. pp. 27-29.

Macedonian artist Nada Prlja has spent one week in a Detention Center     (Newspaper workshop review)

Nova Makedonija, Newspaper, 06.08.2010. pp. 20. Skopje, Macedonia.

Tiempo robado a la condena     (Newspaper workshop review)

LaOpinion, Murcia, Spain. Comment by Julia Albaladejo, Photos by Gloria Nicolas. Newspaper. 20.06.2010. pp. 54-56.

‘Manifesta 8’ convierte en artistas a diez presos de la carcel de Sangonera     (Newspaper workshop review)

La Razon, Murcia, Spain. By A.G. Aviles. Newspaper. 26.06.2010. pp. 42

Arte entre rejas       (Newspaper workshop review)

La Verdad, Murcia, Spain. By Gulierno  Carrion. Newspaper. 20.06.2010. pp. 46

Can video artists create alternative working methodologies?.    (Magazine essay)

Issue editor Alfredo Cramerotti. Magazine Nolens Volens, Madrid, Spain.

Bless my homeland, I too, will try to forget     (Catalogue essay, catalogue entry)

Essay by Karoline Mayer. Published by Kunsthalle Exnergasse Vienna, Austria. pp. 14-15.

At Vinna Art Fair, Springering’s Artists     (catalogue essay, catalogue entry)

Essay by Christian Cravagna. Published by Springerin, Vienna, Austria. ISBN 1029-1830 pp. 25.

Reordering     (catalogue essay, catalogue entry)

Essay by Christian Cravagna. Published by Lakeside Kunstraum, Klagenfurt, Austria. pp. 3-6.

Wild and Cultivated Fruit Market     (Reordering catalogue entry)

Essay by Nada Prlja. Published by Lakeside Kunstraum, Klagenfurt, Austria. pp. 7-14.

Austrian National radio, (interview)

Kunst sucht die Heimat     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Weiner Zeitung, By Stefan Beig. Newspaper. 16.09.2010. Cover page and pp. 17.

Im Kunstpavillon der Tiroler Künstlerschaft in Innsbruck 

stehen seit 23. Jänner “Unerwartete Wendungen” am Programm     (Newspaper exhibition review)

der Standard, Vienna, Austria. Newspaper. 20.01.2010. pp. 17.

LAND OF HUMAN RIGHTS, Artistic Analyses and Visions of the Human Rights Situation in Europe, Published by HUMAN RIGHTS, Graz, Austria. ISBN 978-3-86895-028-1 pp. 176-179.

Agora radion, Carinthia’s local radio (Interview)

Nada Prlja     (Catalogue entry)

Interview with Nada Prlja by Ksenija Orelj. QB OFF program, 3rd Quadriterale Biennal.

Published by Museum of Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia.pp. 17-19.

2009 Give ‘em Hell     (Online review)

MR ZINE, project by Monthly Review Foundation.

Newspaper Intervention in Slovenian ‘Delo’ Newspaper by Nada Prlja     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Nova Makedonija, Skopje, Macedonia. By Vesna Dimcevska. Newspaper. 09.10.2009. pp. 25.

Nada Prlja     (Catalogue entry)

28th Ljubljana International Biennial of Graphic Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Published by Internationl Center of Graphic Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia. ISBN 978-961-6229-28-9 pp. 337 – 339.

                Studio Visit      (Catalogue entry)

Published by GC. AC – Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone, Italy.

The Return of the Red Bourgeousie     (Magazine interview)

Interview with Nada Prlja by Dr. Stefan Szezelkun

Mute Magazine, London, UK. Issue 2/13. pp. 24-33. Published by Mute Magazine, ISBN 978-1-906496-41-8  

The Return of the Red Bourgeousie     (Online interview)

Interview with Nada Prlja by Dr. Stefan Szezelkun

Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture, London, UK. 

The Return of the Red Bourgeousie     (Online interview)

Interview with Nada Prlja by Dr. Stefan Szezelkun

EUROZINE, online edition. 

  

‘Re-performans’ kao re-enactment, re-construction, re-playing i re-doing: 

ili o tome ‘covjek ne moze dva puta napravti samoubojstvo’     (Magazine interview)

Kazaliste, Zagreb, Croatia. By Suzana Marjanic. Theatremagazine. 20.02.2009, year 5, no. 3, pp. 117-133.

17.000 woman are victims every year’ intervention by Nada Prlja     (Newspaper project)

Delo, Ljubljana, Slovenia. By Nada Prlja. Newspaper. 

4 interventions:

Intervention 1: Delo, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 15.09.2009. pp. 15.

Intervention 2: Delo, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 19.09.2009. pp. 15.

Intervention 3: Delo, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 26.09.2009. pp. 15.

Intervention 4: Delo, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 03.10.2009. pp. 15.

  Ideal ‘place’ for a meeting between art and politics     (Magazine inteerview)

Tea, Skopje, Macedonia. By Biljana Peovska, Magazine. 08.12.2008. pp 37.

Crni kvadrat je nasa resnicnost     (Newspaper project review)

Delo, Ljubljana, Slovenia. By Jelka Sutej Adamic. Newspaper. 03.10.2009. pp. 15.

Creator of the Situations      (Catalogue entry)

Eleonore de Montesquiou in conversation with Nada Prlja. Published by MC Gallery, Zagreb, Croatia.

At Your Service     (magazine exhibition review)

Review by Francis Gooding. Magazine Time Out, London, UK. 7-13.05.2009. pp. 42.

At Your Service    (catalogue, catalogue entry)

Essay by Cylena Simonds. Published by David Roberts Art Foundation, london, UK.

Should I stay or Should I Go     (Should I Stay or Should I go catalogue essay)

Essay by Liljana Nedelkovska. Published by Museum Of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia.

ISBN: 978-85-968-87-5. pp.  2-13.

Negociations     (Should I Stay or Should I go catalogue essay)

Essay by Lillian Fellmann. Published by Museum Of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia.

ISBN: 978-85-968-87-5. pp.  14-29.

Archivum    (catalogue essay, catalogue entry)

Essay by by Joanna Sokolowska. Published by  Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland. pp.18-19.

                Open Space in Vienna     (Internet interview)

                Art Review, London, NY. Interview with Gulsen Bal by Costanza Meli. Internet Art Magazine edition. 26.02.2009

                Open Space in Vienna     (Internet interview)

                 SuccoAcido.net. Interview with Gulsen Bal by Costanza Meli. Internet Art Magazine edition. 01.02.2009

            Open Space, Mapping Contemporary Creative Practices    (book essay)

Essay by Gulsen Bal. Published by Divius, Vienna, Austria. ISBN 80-86450-50-3 pp. 25-29

2008 Starke Gobenbilder zu Vorurteilen     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Kleine Zeitung, Graz, Austria. Newspaper. 7.10.2008. pp. 24.

Dus Bist eine wonderbare Personlichkeit     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Kleine Zeitung, Graz, Austria. By Walter Titz. Newspaper. 04.10.2008. pp. 20.

Sein und Schein     (Internet review)

artmagazine.net. By Ivona Jelcic. Internet. 04.10.2008.

To Curate or Not to Curate in 2008.    (Magazine Biennales’ review)

ArtLink, Contemporary Art Quarterlly. Melburn, Australia. Art Magazine. Vol 28 no 4. pp. 32-35.

Workers’ destiny     (Magazine exhibition review)

Globus, Skopje, Macedonia. By Toni Dimkov, Photo Andrej Ginovski. Magazine. 05.09.2008. pp.45

STRIKE at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vesnik, Skopje, Macedonia. By Katerina Bogoeva. Newspaper. 23.09.2008. pp 14.

Performance by Nada Prlja     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vesnik, Skopje, Macedonia. By VN. Newspaper. 05.09.2008. pp 15.

Exhibition abou the migration     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vreme, Skopje, Macedonia. By EV. Newspaper. 03.09.2008. pp 12.

‘Da ostanam ili da si begam’ vo MSU     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Spic, Skopje, Macedoia. By Jasna Frangovska. Newspaper. 04.09.2008. pp. 20.

Hack.Fem.East. Frauen, Technologie, Netzwerke in Osteuropa     (Catalogue entry)

Edited by Tatiana Bazzichelli and Gaia Novati. Published by Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, Germany. pp. 12. 

‘Da ostanam ili da si begam’ na Nada Prlja vo MSU     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Nova Makedonia, Skopje, Macedoia. By Jasna Frangovska. Newspaper. 04.09.2008. pp. 20.

Art could not be compromising     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vest, Skopje, Macedonia. By Marija Zafirovska, Photo by B. Grozdanovski. Newspaper. 08.09.2008. pp 11-12.

Ideal ‘place’ for a meeting between art and politics     (Magazine inteerview)

Tea, Skopje, Macedonia. By Biljana Peovska, Magazine. 08.12.2008. pp 37.

Inside Out     (Catalogue entry)

Essay by Ana Frangovska. Published by National Gallery of Macedona, Skopje, Macedonia. 

Catalogue. ISBN  978-9989196-23-2 pp. 2, 4.

Istrazivanje odnosa izmedju zlocina i kazne     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Novi List, Rijeka, Croatia. By Nela Varlejev Ogurijic. Newspaper. 07.10.2008. pp. 20. 

Open Space, Zentrum fur Kunstprojekte     (Magazine exhibition review)

Springerin, Austria. Published by Springerin. Art Magazine.

Art Reclaims Foreign Affairs     (Book essay) 

Decision Maker, Art Reclaims Foreign Affairs

Conference New Paradigms, New Models – Culture in the EU’s External Relations, Ljubljana, Slovenia. 

Published by contemporary art association, Graz, Austria.

                Nada Prlja, Return of the red burgeoisie     (Brochure entry)

Tate, London, UK. Brochure. pp. 43

  Wide Open Eyes     (Catalogue entry)

  Balkan Express, Symposium: Return to Europe, Talking Balkans     (Catalogue entry)

                Published by Erste Stiftung. Catalogue. pp. 17-18.

Land(s) of Free    (newspaper exhibition review)

derstandard, Vienna, Austria. By Anne Katrin Febler. 20.04.2008. pp. 06.

Gulsen Bal and Open Space     (Internet review)

By Walter Seidl. Published by Art Margines, art internet magazine. 

Open Space and Temporary Zones      (Newspaper exhibition review)

derStandard, Viena, Austria.

2007 Introduction page     (Magazine festival review)

Steiricher Herbst. Published by Steiricher Herbst Festival, Graz, Austria. Catalogue. Introduction page.

Sky Net TV, Austrian Video Art and 4 Videos by Nada Prlja, by Biljana Petrevska, (TV presentation)

Recognise    (Magazine exhibition review)

ARTFORUM, New York, USA. By T.J. Demos. November. 2007. pp. 363

Culture Shocked     (Magazine exhibition review)

TimeOut, London, UK. By Ossian Ward. Magazine. 29.08-04.09.2007. pp. 41

The Sweetest Dream: Unity and Dissonance in Europe, 

Reunion project currated by Sophie Hope     (Magazine exhibition review)

Third Text, London, UK. By Sophie Hope. Magazine. ISBN 0952-8822 pp. 229-230

Was this the last geographically defined exhibition?      (Magazine exhibition review)

Third Text, London, UK. By Nada prlja. Magazine. ISBN 0952-8822 pp. 230-232.

A1 TV channel, Nada Prlja and Turbo Star, (TV exhibition review – news)

MS TV channel, Nada Prlja and Turbo Star, (Live broadcast of the performance)

The Mutual Torture between Turbo Folk Fans and the Intellectuals     (magazine exhibition review and interview)

TEA Magazine. By Ivana Tasev. Published by Dnevnik.

Confessions of a Music Fan    (Catalogue essay)

Globalwood. By Sophie Hope. Catalogue. Published by National Gallery of Macedonia, Skopje, Macedonia. 

ISBN:9989-694-85-1 pp.23-26.

Michaele Robecchi in conversation with Nada Prlja     (Catalogue interview)

Globalwood. Interview Nada Prlja with Michaele Robecchi. Catalogue. 

Published by National Gallery of Macedonia, Skopje, Macedonia. ISBN:9989-694-85-1 pp.23-26. pp.

Globalwood       (Catalogue foreword)

Globalwood. By Ana Frangovska. Catalogue. Published by National Gallery of Macedonia, Skopje, Macedonia. 

ISBN:9989-694-85-1 pp.23-26. pp.

Macedonia is Paradise for Engaged Artists     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Review, Skopje, Macedonia. Interview by Marija Zafirovska. Newspaper. 04.05.2007. pp. 25-28. 

Recognise    (Internet review)

By Elisabeth Lebovici, Published by Recognise.org.uk. Internet.

Inter-Faces     (Magazine exhibition review)

Flash Art Internatonal. By Marela Pribec. Art Magazine. Vol.11. No. 257

Artist Nada Prlja is Selling Properties from the Balkans as an Art Project     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vreme, Skopje, Macedonia. By JF. Newspaper. Newspaper. 18.04.2007. pp. 5.

Angaziranata umetnost na Prlja opomena za politikata     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vest, Skopje, Macedonia. by JMZ. Newspaper. Newspaper. 25.04.2007. pp. 22.

Star Prostor, Nova Linija!    (Catalogue entry)

Essay by Biljana Isianin. Catalogue. Published by Magaze, cultural center, Skopje, Macedonia. 

Multimedia project by Nada Prlja   (Newspaper exhibition review)

Dnevnik, Skopje, Macedonia. By JF. Newspaper. 13.02.2007. pp. 21.

Proekcija na ‘Prava: Jas sum Makedonec’    (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vreme, Skopje, Macedonia. By JF. Newspaper. 02.11.2007. pp. 19.

Is the ‘Artistic Elite’ also Turbo Folk?        (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vest, Skopje, Macedonia. by M. Zafirovska. Newspaper. 13.02.2007. pp. 21.

GLOBALWOOD, and Everything is Possible        (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vreme, Skopje, Macedonia. By LA. Newspaper. 15.02.2007. pp. 33.

Turbo Folk and Globalization       (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vest, Skopje, Macedonia. By Marija Zafirovska. Newspaper. 13.02.2007. pp. 17. 

Questionable existance of Bin Laden in the ar project by Nada Prlja     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vest, Skopje, Macedonia. Review by Marija Zafirovska. Newspaper. 30.08.2007, pp. 18.

Unbound    (Catalogue entry)

Published by Contemporary Art Platform, London, UK. Catalogue.

2006 Austrian Cultural Forum in London     (front and back cover of the brochure)

Published by Austrian Cultural Forum in London. Brochure.

The History of Macedonian Contemporary Art 1990-2005, (Photography

 and the Extension of the Frame, by Nebojsa Vilic). (book)

Mine, Yours, Ours, Euro, by Iva Merlak (exhibition catalogue)

HTV – Croatian National TV, ‘Euro’ by Nada Prlja, (TV exhibition review)

Absolute Truth         (Magazine exhibition review)

Move. By Marry Ties. Magazine. Year 3, no2. pp. 22-26.

Time Out, Replicas, by MN, (newspaper exhibition review)

Sweetest Dream       (Newspaper exhibition review)

Metro, London, UK. By LK. Newspaper. 21.06.2006. pp. 30.

Sweetest Dream       (Catalogue entry)

Published by B+B Curatorial Partnership and Austrian Cultural Forum. London, UK. Catalogue. 21.06.2006. 

Put out Fewer, not More Flags      (Newspaper exhibition review)

Art Work, Aberdeen, UK. By Tessa Williams. Newspaper. 21.06.2006. pp. 14.

Why Prlja’s Flag Project was not Realised in Rijeka     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Novi List, Rijeka, Croatia. By NE. Newspaper. 07.10.2006. pp. 60.

      ART UNDER CONSTRUCTION, the Balkans in Context      (Catalogue entry)

Published by City University, London, UK.  Catalogue.

Nine Flags on Tito’s Square, Art Action by Nada Prlja in City Center     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Novi List, Rijeka, Croatia. By NE. Newspaper. 03.10.2006. pp. 66.

Nada Prlja has put down EU flags from Marble Arch park

Vreme, Skopje, Macedonia. By Frangovska. Newspaper. 13.07.2007. Cover and pp.20-21.

London is Not Afraid by Balkanisation

Vreme, Skopje, Macedonia. By Frangovska. Newspaper. 03.06.2007. pp.20-21.

2005 Agency for Serious Interests by Nada Prlja      (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vesnik, Skopje, Macedonia. By Jasna Frangovska. Newspaper. 23.12.2005. pp. 15.

Vizuelizacija na teloto niz umetnicki aspekt      (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vecer, Skopje, Macedonia. By Jasna Frangovska. Newspaper. 11.08.2005. pp. 15.

Icons, Mrs. Taylor Moor     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Dnevnik, Skopje, Macedonia. By SO. Newspaper. 03.11.2005. pp. 14.

Nada Prlja in EuroArt

Vreme, Skopje, Macedonia. By Frangovska. Newspaper. 03.11.2005. Cover and pp.20.

Curating the Invisible, Contemporary Art Practices 

and the production of meaning in Eastern Europe            (Book entry)

Interno. By Marko Stamenkovic. Published by Interno. Vol. 9. Art. 6. pp 20.

2004 Agency for Serious Interests by Nada Prlja      (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vreme, Skopje, Macedonia. By Jasna Frangovska. Newspaper. 23.12.2004. pp. 20.

Daily Newspapers as Representations of Our Identity     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Vest, Skopje, Macedonia. By MN. Newspaper. 24.12.2004. pp. 22.

Seriousi Interests Agency     (Catalogue)

Published by Tocka, Cultural Center.Skopje, Macedonia. Catalogue.

Exhibition in Tocka, three agancies by Nada Prlja     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Nova Makedonija, Skopje, Macedonia. By CP. Newspaper. 24.12.2004. pp. 14.

Exhibition by Nada Prlja     (Newspaper exhibition review)

Dnevnik, Skopje, Macedonia. By SO. Newspaper. 24.12.2004. pp. 14.

2003 Sexy Machinery     (magazine entry)

Architectural Association, London, UK. Magazine. Published by Architectural Association. Year 1, No1. pp.25-30.

Few Candies for Venice; On the Art in Macedonia at the End of the Millennium     (Book entry)

by Nebojsa Vilic. Book, Published on the occasion of 48th Venice Bienniale, by Laurens Coster, Skopje, Macedonia. 

ISBN 9989-888-01-9. pp. 50-51; 96-97; 137, 139, 320.

2002 Extension of the Frame, New Macedonian Photography     (Book entry)

Published by Art Gallery of Bitola, Art Gallery of Kumanovo, Macedonia. Book. By Sonja Abadzieva. Book.  

pp. 134, 199. images 20.44

Royal College of Art Show 2002     (Catalogue entry)

Published by Royal College of Art, London, UK. pp.157

1998 Deep Breathing – Aspects of Women’s Discourse in the 20th Century     (Book entry)

By Sonja Abadjieva. Published by Center for Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia. 

Book.  ISBN 9989-888-05-1. pp. 2, 31, 85, 99, 140, 141, 145, 172, 196. images 140, 184, 198. 

Dossier, 1994-97     (Book entry)

By Nebojsa Vilic. Published by Horizons Unlimited. ISBN 9989-740-01-1 pp. 30-31.

Osum Predavanja za umetnosta i novite tehnologii      (Book entry)

by Nebojsa Vilic. Book, Published by Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia. 

ISBN 9989-703-20-5. pp. 37, 45, 85. Images 38, 46.

Nada Prlja     (Catalogue entry)

  11 11 Portrait, Skopje.  Published by SOROS Center for Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia. Catalogue. pp. 04.

1997   Magija, Sonot i isceluvanje     (Magazine exhibition review)

Denes, Skopje, Macedonia. By Iskra Gesovska. Magazine. 26.12.1997. pp. 60-61.

 

  Nada Prlja     (Magazine exhibition review)

Metro, Skopje, Macedonia. By Iskra Gesovska. Magazine. 26.12.1997. pp. 07.

  Nada Prlja     (Catalogue entry)

  Out of Photo, Skopje.  Published by SOROS Center for Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia. Catalogue. pp. 05.

  Nada Prlja     (Catalogue Entry)

Video Positive, Excaping Gravity, Liverpool, UK. Catalogue. pp. 07.

  Personality=software by Nada Prlja     (Catalogue entry)

  Icon on Silver, Skopje, Macedonia.  Published by SOROS Center for Contemporary Art, Skopje. Catalogue. pp. 07.

  Installation by Nada Prlja     (Newspaper exhibition review)

  Vecer, Skopje, Macedonia. By Iskra Gesovska. Magazine. 26.12.1997. pp. 07.

  Public Art Project by Nada Prlja       (Newspaper exhibition review)

  Nova Makedonija, Skopje, Macedonia. By IO. Newspaper. 26.12.1997. pp. 09.

  Icon on Silver – Electronic Aesthetics       (Newspaper exhibition review)

Nova Makedonija. By Milan Angelkovski.

  1923 by Nada Prlja     (Catalogue entry)

  Published by Kibla, Maribor, Slovenia. By Milentie Pandilovski. Catalogue. pp. 142-148.

  Print Making Experiment      (Newspaper exhibition review)

  Vecer, Skopje, Macedonia. by SG. Newspaper. 23.12.1997. pp. 14.

  Studio Open for Experiments       (Newspaper exhibition review)

  Nova Makedonija, Skopje, Macedonia. By Emilija Kostovska. Newspaper. 23.12.1997. pp. 13.

  Experiment with Printmaking       (Newspaper exhibition review)

  Nova Makedonija, Skopje, Macedonia. By Emilija Kostovska. Newspaper. 24.12.1997. pp. 9.

SELECTED ARTIST BOOKS:

2007 Bin Laden is Dead  (Poster) to coincide with the exhibition Recognize, Contemporary Art Platform.

2005 …11/09 NEW YORK…. 11/03 MADRID… 7/7 LONDON…

Gorgeous Smile will Melt your Heart in Kent

2004 Adaptable Facts (Between two Deaths in a Society of Fear), hard bound, 23 pages.

Daily News Agency/NONCommercial Agency, 2 newspapers, 36 pages.

2002 Wired Houses, (200 copies) commissioned by Royal College of Art, London, UK.

2000 Angels and Insects, (100 copies) commissioned by Academy of Fine Art, Skopje, Macedonia

SELECTED VIDEOGRAPHY:

2013 Peace Wall Document  19 min. Single screen video, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

2010 Wild and Cultivated Fruit Market  14 min. Single screen video, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

Foreign Language for Beginers,  22:30 min. Double screen video, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

Give ‘em Hell  3:50 min. Single screen video, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

2008 The Rights, serie of 4 episodes. Single screen videos, b&w. DVD – Pal, loop.

2007 EURO  2:23 min. Single screen video, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

WEST  2:00 min. Single screen video, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

Glass Factory, 1954-1994, revisited 2007,  20:30 min. Single screen video, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

Give to Take, 7:30 min. Single screen Animation, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

2006 Advanced Science of Morphology, 17  min. Single screen Animation, colour. DVD – Pal, loop.

In Search of Justice, 4 min. Single screen Animation, b&w. DVD – Pal, loop.

2002 Wired Houses, 30 min, Animation, colour, Microfiche Animation.

1997 Walking on Water According to Dr.Knaipp, 3 min, Single screen Animation, colour. Beta & DVD – Pal, loop.

  1923, 2:30 min, Single screen Animation, colour.Beta & DVD – Pal, loop

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