As a part of POINT 3.0, in art cinema Kriterion, several exhibitions and conceptual works from artists from BiH and the region were presented.
Zombijana Bones the alter ego of Andrijana Vešović presented her work from the second season of the project „Zombijana draws Twitter“, in which she visually presents chosen tweets. As a part of this exhibition, visitors got a few interesting presents from Zombijana, and the most interesting tweets from the conference were be painted and displayed at the conference.
Our artists, due to the catastrophic floods that happened in Bosnia and Herzegovina just weeks before the conference, gladly gave all the money raised from selling their work to the floods fund, through which several families were already helped.
One of the artists is a visual artist Nemanja Čađo from Prijedor who will present his satirical concept „Mighty me“.
His work is a parody on a pre-election campaign for the local election in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2012. Reacting primarily to te aestethics and design of political pre-election poster as one of relevant commercials which presents political mission of a local party, I question dedication, responsibility and articualation of political ideas which, presented through their campaigns only apparently (by deception) visualise something that doesn’t concern socio-economic and political context od thir enviroment.
Maida Ljubuškić, or may, as she likes to call herself is a young artist from Bugojno (Bosnia and Herzegovina). She began her artist career while she was reading Pamuk’s Museum of Innocence, and thus came her Facebook page Museum of Fucked-up-ness. She says that the museum became inseparable part of her life. Her artistic form is aforisms, presented with an interesting graphich design, where she cleverly exposes everyday situations, and gives them meaning. She also crticizes current position of youth in Bosnia and Herzegovina.