RAEDLE Rena & JEREMIĆ Vladan

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Rena Rädle was born in Neumarkt, Germany. Lives and works in Belgrade.

 

Vladan Jeremić was born in Belgrade. Lives and works in Belgrade.

 

Fragile Presence2016
Wall drawing

Production 56th October Salon, 2016

 

Rena Rädle and Vladan Jeremić’s work comprises drawing, text and video. Since 2002 they have been developing a joint artistic practice that explores the overlapping space between art and politics. In this they focus on the socio-economic conditions of reproduction, unveiling these by provoking the contradictions that exist in society today. Their projects include artistic interventions and engagement in current public debates and struggles, cross-disciplinary collaborations and the dissemination of their images and ideas through different media.

 

Fragile Presence 

The fragile presence of the body and the collectivity of its movement lie at the center of this work.  It seeks to articulate the moment when the dynamic weight of human bodies transgresses the technocratic measures of defense that Fortress Europe has imposed. It shows the instant when invisible people, escaping from unbearable conditions of life, become visible and vulnerable, exposed to the mechanisms of governance, their very existence left to the hatred, or solidarity and love, of others. At that moment the collectivity of their bodily presence gives them the safety and strength to go on. This is an expanded moment of risk and hope that bears a potentiality which goes far beyond individual lives and biographies. Their movement creates its own time that transcends local temporalities. Their struggle becomes part of other struggles that occupy, open and transform space against the linear chronologies of restriction and repression. Their struggle marks spaces of potentiality under the general condition of the periphery. These potentials are invisibility, presence, collectivity and autonomy; and there is more that still need to be articulated.

Fragile Presence directly refers to the ‘March of Hope’. This is what migrants called their foot march from Budapest train station to the German border, escaping threatening detention in Hungarian camps in the late summer of 2015.

RENA RÄDLE & VLADAN JEREMIĆ

 

 

  • ALEXI-MESKHISHVILI Ketuta
  • BALADI Lara
  • BLANK Andreas
  • BORGERMANS Hilde
  • BOŽANIĆ Antonia
  • ČEKIĆ Jovan
  • DESTIL MARKOVIĆ Milovan
  • DJURDJEVIĆ Biljana
  • DRAŠKOVIĆ BOČKOV Kristina
  • EDEFALK Cecilia
  • EKICI Nezaket and SHAHAR Marcus
  • EPHEMERKI Jasna DMITROVSKA + Dragana ZAREVSKA
  • FAJFRIĆ Bojan
  • FUDONG Yang
  • HAHN Mariana
  • HOLZER Jenny
  • HUŠMAN Ana
  • IKEMURA Leiko
  • ILIĆ Siniša
  • IVKOVIĆ Ivana
  • JANIČIĆ Tadija
  • JOHANSSON Peter
  • k.r.u.ž.o.k
  • KANDL Johanna
  • KARAMUSTAFA Gülsün
  • KENTRIDGE William
  • KLOTZ Franziska
  • KOVAČ Irena
  • KRIPPENDORFF David
  • LAURANCE Janet
  • LEWANDOWSKI Via
  • LÜDEMANN Sarah
  • MARKOVIĆ Dejan
  • MAXIMOVA Natalie
  • MELHUS Bjørn
  • MILADINOVIĆ Anuk
  • MILAK Radenko
  • MILISAVLJEVIĆ Olga
  • MOFFATT Tracey
  • NIKOLIĆ Nemanja
  • PERIĆ Vladimir i Milica
  • PHILIPSZ Susan
  • PIROGOVA Sasha
  • RADULOVIĆ Siniša
  • RAEDLE Rena & JEREMIĆ Vladan
  • REINHARD Aurora
  • RUBIKU Anila
  • SAVADOV Arsen
  • SCHMALE Toni
  • SELANDER Lina
  • SHIROKI Asako
  • SKOKO Snežana
  • SOLAKOV Dimitar
  • STANOJEVIĆ Jovanka
  • Susan PHILIPSZ
  • TOMIĆ Miloš
  • TRPKOVIĆ Jelena
  • VASILEVA Mariana
  • VEPREVA Anastasia
  • VUČIĆEVIĆ Dejana
  • XUN Sun