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Vahida Ramujkic
Date and place of birth
b. 1973, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Current location
Year(s) of residency and/or fellowship
2006, Project Resident

Vahida Ramujkic completed her studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, and specialised at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona, where she lived and worked from 1998 to 2008.

From 2001 to 2011, Ramujkic worked as a part of the collective Rotor (with Laia Sadurni and others). After returning to Belgrade she initiated a series of long-term projects — Disputed Histories (since 2007), Documentary Embroidery (with Aviv Kruglanski, since 2008), Microcultures (2011/12), Minipogon (since 2017), etc., which – in their segments – were realised and presented at various local and international exhibitions and festivals.

Ramujkic is a part of the platform, and conducts her social activism by working within organizations — ReEX (Belgrade, 2016/2019), the Anti-Fascist Alliance of Serbia (2015/16), A NoNameKitchen (since 2017, Belgrade). From January to June 2020, she served as a Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of the Association of Fine Arts of Serbia, and is currently a member of the Board of Directors. Focusing her work on the function of art in society, she is engaged in developing approaches and methods for building and defending togetherness. She is the laureate of the 25th October Salon in Belgrade with the work Istina/E vërteta (2011), as well as the winner of various awards in Spain and Serbia.

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