Born in 1953 in Belgrade, Serbia.
Lives and works in Belgrade.
Entanglement games, 2010/2016
One of the most curious elements of physics is the principle of quantum entanglement in quantum physics, where two seemingly independent particles appear to be connected to each other in a strange way.
Narrative of an event is the thing that we recognize and link with previous experiences, knowledge or anticipations, both ours and others. An event is what usually evades us, especially if it lasts longer or is unfolding somewhat slower. In those cases it envelopes our real experience and is mostly invisible to us. Narrative is the most effective way for us to be introduced to an event unless we are not directly here and now part of it. Even then, unless it is a high-intensity event we can miss it and not see it since we lack the links that connect the events—the eventual particles. In that case events are placed as, mostly stereotypical, narratives.
In his theoretical and artistic practice on theory of the event Jovan Čekić uses diagrams, still and moving images in order to map the event and to analyze the particles that make it.
— MAJA STANKOVIĆ