Maurice Doherty and Ksenija Jovisevic share the same interest in the basics of existence. Maurice Doherty (°1972, IRL) is a conceptual video artist who explores our basic actions and activities, transforming them into dark slapstick films. By using recognizable media such as neon signs and advertising he sends out ironic messages
who make you laugh at first, but think afterwards. Ksenija Jovisevic (°1988, RS) started with painting and drawing, but soon evolved into photography, film and installation. During the residency she focuses on borders and how we imagine what lies behind them. How future deals with imagination, while the past becomes a construction of memory.