​​Katarina Zdjelar

Katarina Zdjelar is a core tutor for studio practice at the MA Artistic Research. Originally from Serbia, she is a graduate of the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam, where she currently lives.

In her videos, sound works and other projects, Katarina examines how people behave by reinventing their identity through a choreography of language, voice, and body language as they move between different situations and cultures. These artistic interests find their focus in the creation of different platforms for speculation, knowledge building, and exchange.

Katarina also teaches in the Fine Art program of Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam.

In 2017 Katarina was shortlisted for the Dutch Prix de Rome, and won the Dolf Henkes art prize. She has exhibited extensively throughout Europe, including at the Muzeum Sztuki Lodz; Kunstverein Bielefeld; The Serbian Pavilion of the 53rd Venice Biennial; MACBA Barcelona; MNAC Bucharest; De Appel Contemporary Art Centre, Amsterdam; 5th Marrakech Biennale; The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery Toronto; Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam; HMKV in Dortmund; MuHKA Antwerpen, and the Total Museum of Contemporary Art Seoul.

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