Within the framework of the Conference, there is an international exhibition of works whose basic component is a certain form of cooperation between science, art, engineering, technology, and design. More than thirty authors, both in solo and collaborative projects, bring works that are fusion of the expressive power of art, the complexity of the scientific and technological aspects, as well as the usable value and communicative value, provided by the design.
Works and products are focused on new ways of interaction and communication, rethinking perception and the world around us, providing new behavioral models through the creation of products that not only meet current needs of the contemporary context, but also re-examine established patterns, alter existing ones, and anticipate new needs, expectations and thinking models.
The works belong to different creative fields – urban design, interior and furniture design, textile design, industrial design, graphic design, costume and fashion design, scenography, book design, typography, ceramics and sculpture, installations and new media, conservation and restoration. The works also belong to different epochs, from those from the beginning of the century to which the group exhibition with the theme of the intersection of science and art gives new readings, to works of the latest production that apply recent research and results from different disciplines. The authors are interested in new approaches and methodologies, collaborative processes that blur the boundaries between disciplines and creative domains in the fields of science, technology, art and design, giving each other inspiration, visibility, understanding and development.
Exhibitions curator: Milica Perić, M.A.
Exhibitions Art Committee:
Marko Lađušić, Full Professor, Faculty of Applied Arts
Asst. Prof. Zlatko Cvetković, Magister of Arts, Faculty of Applied Arts
Asst. Prof. Olivera Batajić Sretenović, Magister of Arts, Faculty of Applied Arts
Asst. Prof. Ljubica Jocić Knežević, D.Arts, Faculty of Applied Arts
Asst. Prof. Tamara Panić, M.A., Faculty of Applied Arts