Jasmina Cibic (b. 1979) lives and works in London. Her practice spans film, installation and performance, employing a range of methodologies, media and theatrical tactics to redefine or reconsider a specific ideological formation and its framing devices such as art and architecture. Her work draws a parallel between the construction of national culture and its use value for political aims, encouraging the viewer to consider the timelessness of psychological and soft power mechanisms that authoritarian structures utilise in their own reinsertion and reinvention.
Cibic's recent exhibitions include solo shows at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead, Museum Haus Esters Krefeld, Aarhus 2017, Esker Foundation Calgary, NN Contemporary, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, MGLC Ljubljana and Ludwig Museum Budapest along with group exhibitions at Monash University Museum of Art, CCS BARD and Hessel Museum, Guangdong Museum of Art China, Pera Museum Istanbul, Ambika P3 London.
Upcoming exhibitions include solo exhibitions at DHC/ART Montreal, Fondation Fiminco Paris and group exhibitions at MOMA NY, the Belgrade Biennial and MARTA Herford. Her latest monograph NADA is published by Kerber Verlag and Kunstmuseen Krefeld and SPIELRAUM by Distanz, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead and MoCA Belgrade.
Cibic was the winner of the 2016 MAC International Ulster Bank and Charlottenborg Fonden Best international artist awards.
Video: NADA: Act II, 2017 (excerpt)
Video: NADA: Act III - The Exhibition, 2017 (excerpt)