Ibro Hasanović (Bosnian, b. 1981) lives and works in Brussels. The central themes of his works – films, videos, photographs and installations are individual and collective memories. Selected solo exhibitions and screenings include: Letters, Tobačna Cultural Center, Ljubljana; Artists' Cinema: Ibro Hasanović, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb (2013); A Short Story, Turku Art Museum, Finland (2012); Stories, Galleria A+A (Slovenian Exhibition Centre), Venice (2011). Group exhibitions (selected): ...Was ist Kunst?... Resuming Fragmented Histories, Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz; 2nd Project Biennial D-0 ARK Underground, Konjic (2013); Voices of Truth, Villa Romana, Florence (2012); It's time we got to know each other, 52nd October Salon, Belgrade (2011); Windows upon Oceans, Thessaloniki Concert Hall (2011); 255.804 km2, City Museum of Ljubljana (2010); Il padiglione immaginario di Bosnia-Herzegovina, Galleria d'Arte Moderna Palazzo Forti, Verona (2009); When Absence Becomes Presence, Washington Project for the Arts (2008).
On Air: Defragmentation Of Movement (2006) by Ibro Hasanovic Defragmentation Of Movement refers to migrations in Balkans that took place in the 90ties, as a result leaving many people in constant flux, sometimes with several home basis. -> Artist website: www.ibrohasanovic.com -> Ibro Hasanovic on Vimeo
Curators' SpecialPart of the curatorial selection of Nadine Gandy.