Milica Lapcevic & Vladimir Sojat (Serbia)

Milica Lapcevic, Vladimir Sojat
Participant in

  • CologneOFF IV – Here We Are!
    4th edittion of Cologne Online Film Festival 2008
  • VAD – Video Art Database
  • milica lapcevic, born in belgrade. studied art history at university
    of bergen, norway, english language and literature and painting in
    belgrade, new media at konsthogskolan in stockholm, sweden. founding
    member of artterror film and video production. works as independant
    artist and art critic.

    vladimir sojat, born in belgrade. studied at dramatic arts institute
    in belgrade. founding member of artterror film and video production.
    works as independant artist and film and video editor.

    within artterror, milica lapcevic and vladimir sojat participated on
    following events: Stockholm Film Festival 1992. (Special mention),
    Gothenburg Film Festival (1993. and 1994.) Paris Biennial (BIFA V and
    BIFA VI 1996. and 1998.), Moskow Film Festival (Golden Knight Award
    1997.) and Belgrade Short Film Festival (1997, 1998, 1999, 2003.),
    April Meetings, SKC, Belgrade (2002, 2003, 2004.), VIP Art Gallery
    opening session (2004), Bienalle of Young Artists in Vrsac (1996.),
    Stop the violence project (Vienna 1999.), Transeuropicnic Novi Sad
    (2004.), On normality, Museum of Contemporary Art (2005.), Mapping
    right wing extremism, Novi Sad (2006), Differentiated neighbourhoods
    of New Belgrade, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade (2008).
    Important video festivals: Alternative Film-Video 1989, Monitor
    Gothenburg 1993. and 1994, Kitchen, New York, U.S.A. (Surwey of Nordic
    media 1993.), Vigo, Milano, Dessau – Germany (Ostranenie 1997.),
    London (Raindance 1999.), WRO media art biennale, Wroclaw – Poland
    (1999. and 2001.), Florence – Italy (iMage 2000. and 2002.) and Novi
    Sad, Video medeja 2002. (Award Sphynx), ATA (2007.) San Francisco,
    Pasadena Museum of California Art (2007.), Landmark Bergen (2007),
    Athens Video Festival – Greece (2008). Acquisitions for Heure exquise!
    France and SVT2 Swedish TV, Retrospective in Museum of Yugoslav
    Cinematheque 2000.