Aleksandra Stratimirovic (b. 1968) is a Swedish artist with a broad knowledge and understanding of light and lighting technologies, who creates temporary and permanent site-specific, public works.
Aleksandra Stratimirovic (b. 1968) is a Swedish artist with an extensive knowledge and understanding of light and lighting technologies who creates temporary and permanent site-specific works in the public space in her native country and abroad. In addition to her work as visual artist, Stratimirovic is co-founder of the Lighting Guerrilla Festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia and artistic director of the Skopje Light Art District in North Macedonia.
Public works include: Transmission, Grimeton Radio Station (2020); You Are The Dream, Gothenburg, Sweden (2020); Northern Lights, Amsterdam Light Festival; Heroes, Lilla Alby School, Sundbyberg (2015); Northern Lights, Jardin du Palais Royal, Paris; My Light Future, Ljubljana (2014); and Kaleidoscope, Skåne University Hospital, Lund (2013).
Georgi Minchev (b. 1965) has a Master’s degree in sculpture and theoretical disciplines from St. Cyril and Methodius University, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria (1991), and is a professor in sculpture and theoretical disciplines at the same university, he is the head of the Sculpture Department and a member of UBA, Bulgaria.SEE ARTIST
Wafa Al Qunibit (b. 1967) is an artist and trainer with a Masters degree in sculpture from Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, U.S. (2016) and a Master of Business Administration from Columbus University (2009).SEE ARTIST
Felipe Prado (b. 1981) is a Chilean multidisciplinary artist who creates multimedia and video installations, animations, photographs, visuals for live performances, music videos, and complete visual identities.SEE ARTIST
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