Mirko Lazović (1979, Belgrade) currently resides in The Netherlands. He received his BA from the University of Arts in Belgrade and his MA from the Royal Conservatory in the Hague (2005). Based in the Netherlands since 2003, Lazović’s wide-reaching practice includes recent exhibitions at Mediamatic in Amsterdam, MuseumsQuartier Freiraum in Vienna, and a solo exhibition at HUB in Belgrade. He has been an artist-in-residence at MuseumsQuartier (Vienna), ResidenSea (Heraklion, Greece) and Kunstsenter Kvinesdal, Norway. His sculptural installations place strong thematic emphasis on presence, interactivity, and compositional aspects of time. Light, water, electricity and sound are his working materials.
Nenad Popov is a media anarchist whose interests lie in, or better, between art and plain research. The output of these processes are live cinema pieces, sound installations, film installations, weird sound making contraptions, impossible collaborations and occasional parasitism on public cultural funds. Not just that: huge amount of written code, public and private, interfacing this with that, embodied algorithms, alleged bar fights, organizing workshops and giving classes. He has collaborated with many artists working in similar fields, such as Daan Brinkmann, Electronic Opera, Thomas Köner and Lillevan/Rechenzentrum. Solo performances include Dis- Patch, TodaysArt, E-Pulse and Share. His latest research topics are possibilities of collaborating with non-human entities.