28. January – 07. February 2021
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and the editions
presents editions by
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Aleksandra Domanović 
in cooperation with Klosterfelde Edition
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Interconti Wien
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photo: kunst-dokumentation.com
photo: kunst-dokumentation.com
photo: kunst-dokumentation.com

Aleksandra Domanović
Bubanj Fist / Bubanj Pesnica by Ivan Sabolić
2020
Acrystal with pigment
36 x 16 x 12 cm
Signed with numbered certificate
Ed 5

€ 2.415,– incl. VAT

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The remnants of Yugoslavian culture – the monuments, protagonists and ideals forgotten since the country’s collape – are often reanimated in Domanović’s practice. Bubanj Fist (2020) is a acrylic resin miniature of a six-meter tall public sculpture she made in Marrakech, itself a miniature of one of Ivan Sabolić 1963 raised-fist-war-memorial sculptures in Niš, Serbia.
– Carson Chan

Aleksandra Domanović
Disney Letter (Remastered)
2020
Inkjet print on Hahnemühle paper
35 x 28 cm
Signed, numbered and dated
Ed 25

€ 840,– incl. VAT

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In Disney Letter (Remastered) (2020), Aleksandra Domanović reproduced a rejection letter, written in 1938 to a young woman applying for a creative position at Walt Disney Productions. While men were considered as “creative”, women merely had the option to fill the space between their lines. This reproduction not only displays the sexist structures that hide behind Snow White’s appearance, but looks at the history of technology and entertainment from a gender-based perspective.
– Elisa Schmitt

Aleksandra Domanović
Tito with 1 cent glasses
2020
Acrystal with two 1 cent coins
Approx. 15 x 13 x 8 cm
Signed with numbered certificate
Ed 15

€ 1.050,– incl. VAT

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In a number of pieces, Aleksandra Domanović has given feminine features to Tito, Yugoslavia’s former strongman president for thirty years. As almost every classroom in former Yugoslavia contained his portrait, Domanović seemingly merged his face with the one of her teacher at the time.

Aleksandra Domanović
The Cybernetic Hand from Belgrade / Beogradska Šaka (copper)
2020
Unpolished copper pendant and necklace
Pendant: 1,5 x 2,85 x 0,85 cm, 7g
Numbered and dated certificate
Ed 100

€ 294,– incl. VAT

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The Cybernetic Hand from Belgrade/ Beogradaska Šaka (2020) is the world’s first multifuctional prosthetic hand and postwar Yugoslavian contribution to science – scaled down and rendered in precious metals to become a necklace pendant.
– Carson Chan

Aleksandra Domanović
Portrait of a Lady on Fire 1
2020
Silkscreen print on paper
60 x 80 cm
Signed, numbered and dated
Ed 10

€ 2.100,– incl. VAT

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In this edition Aleksandra Domanović filters observations she’s made on a recent film called Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2020) through the political, ideological, and even sexual energies bound within the acts of seeing and perceiving. The film is ostensibly about a female painter commissioned to make a portrait of a women for a potential suitor to consider. It’s a study on the female gaze, the social contexts that proscribe it, and the sexual tension that steadily grows through it. How these women perceive each other changes the more they see each other. Portrait of a Lady on Fire is a manifestation of the power, love, romance, and control in a world without men. This edition, featuring the movie’s title, employs an optical phenomenon called simultaneous contrast to extend the relationship between seeing and perceiving. Yellow text, for example, appears to be different hues when juxtaposed against red or blue lines. We are drawn in to test our eyes, to question our vision. How we perceive, these works seem to say, changes the more we see.
– Carson Chan

Aleksandra Domanović
Portrait of a Lady on Fire 4
2020
Silkscreen print on paper
60 x 80 cm
Signed, numbered and dated
Ed 10

€ 2.100,– incl. VAT

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In this edition Aleksandra Domanović filters observations she’s made on a recent film called Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2020) through the political, ideological, and even sexual energies bound within the acts of seeing and perceiving. The film is ostensibly about a female painter commissioned to make a portrait of a women for a potential suitor to consider. It’s a study on the female gaze, the social contexts that proscribe it, and the sexual tension that steadily grows through it. How these women perceive each other changes the more they see each other. Portrait of a Lady on Fire is a manifestation of the power, love, romance, and control in a world without men. This edition, featuring the movie’s title, employs an optical phenomenon called simultaneous contrast to extend the relationship between seeing and perceiving. Yellow text, for example, appears to be different hues when juxtaposed against red or blue lines. We are drawn in to test our eyes, to question our vision. How we perceive, these works seem to say, changes the more we see.
– Carson Chan