Estonia pst 7 ruumis 440a
On the 20th of September, artist Hana Miletić will hold a public talk about her practice at Estonian Academy of Arts. The talk takes place on the 20.09 at 18 o’clock at Estonia pst 7, room 440a. The talk is open for everyone.
Miletić comes to Tallinn at the invitation of the photography department of Estonian Academy of Arts. She will hold a workshop with the photography students on artist book making, drawing on the work of Mladen Stilinović, amongst other. For the production of the printed matter, the students are invited to use and appropriate the immediate surroundings of the school.
Hana Miletić was born in Zagreb (1982), she lives and works in Brussels and Zagreb. In her work she explores the residues and upheavals of political changes, whereby she focuses on the formation of subjectivity, on the level of both the individual and the community. She describes her artistic practice as street photography via which she documents objects and narratives in a continuous investigation into DIY cultures. Photography serves as a means of orientation in her ongoing exploration of social realities. She has a multiform practice that includes, among others, sculptures, textiles, performances, workshops, printed matter and writing.
Portrait photo by: Miles Fischler
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Associate professor and project manager
Department of Photography
Estonian Academy of Arts
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