Ana Adamović

Madeleine, 2004, vidео (cоlоur, sound), 3’17“, еdition: 1/5

The mechanism of memory is still not fully explained, there are numerous and complex traces leading us to our personal memories.  Works from the Madeleine series (started in 2004) are trying to explore images that are presenting or could present memory triggers. Through photographs and video works author opens the possibility for different interpretations of individual and collective images of the past.

(Name of the series, Madeleine, comes from the Proust major work: Madeleine is a cookie that, when dipped in the tea, acts as a memory trigger for author to start his search of the lost time).


Ana Adamović (1974) graduated from the Department of World Literature at the Faculty of Philology of Belgrade University and studied photography at the Art Institute of Boston. Since 1999 her work has been exhibited at numerous solo and group exhibitions in Serbia and abroad. She deals with the themes of identity and memory, both personal and collective, by working on long-term photography and video projects. She is a co-founder of the Belgrade-based Kiosk Platform for Contemporary Art. She lives and works in Belgrade.


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