Dejan  Kaludjerovic

  • Serbia (b. 1976 in Belgrade)
  • Currently in Vienna, Austria.
  • For the achievements in visual arts, Kaludjerović has been granted honourable Austrian citizenship. He gained MA in visual arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, in 2004.


Klikeri/ Marbles, 2014

Klikeri/ Marbles, 2014

  • 2014
  • installation view, 7 channel sound installation + 30777 marbles, 46’

  • This 30777 glass marbles are equal to the number of boys and girls born in the same years and towns as the 7 interviewed children from Serbia that are narrating about political issues of social exclusion and inclusion, foreigners, war, money, poverty.
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    Klikeri/ Marbles from the series: Conversations: Hula-Hoops, Elastics, Marbles and Sand | 2014

The installation Marbles conceived for the exhibition Invisible Violence at Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade is one of the site-specific installations from a series Conversations: Hula Hoops, Elastics, Marbles and Sand, produced in different parts of the world. Each installation is made in relation to the local site and accompa- nied with a sound piece emitted from 6 – 7 speakers (each speaker for the voice of one child); the children are narrating/answering questions about political issues such as social exclu- sion and inclusion, about foreigners, language, war, money, poverty. This installation is produced with 30777 glass marbles, which are equal to the number of boys and girls born in the same years and the same towns as the seven interviewed children. These are 7 to 9 year olds, school children with different ethnic, social and cultural backgrounds. In the post- production of the recorded material, the questions asked are omitted and only the children’s answers are edited to create a narrative. Listening to the sound of the installation the specta- tor has the impression that he/she is listening to a conversation between these seven children.