Name/Artist Nick: Ana Jovanovska Personal URL (optional): Country: Macedonia Work title/duration: Blah Blah Blah / 2:00 min Year/country when/where it was made: 2013 / Caen, France Short description (1 sentence): Explication (no more than 600 words): Blah Blah Blah is a research-based video collage on variations in delivery and meaning of a single phrase. Blah Blah Blah is a research-based video collage. It plays with variations in delivery and meaning, through fragments taken from various popular and less popular films that could be found online. The video is meant to be extended with more new and diverse usages, and to exist as a convenient (and entertaining) archive of language usage and development. CV (optional): Ana Jovanovska was born in 1991 in Kumanovo, Macedonia. She holds a MFA in the Graphic Art Field. Her practice is rooted in deep observation and reaction to the current times and spaces, affected by the moralizing of traditions and a sense of urgency in the discourse of contemporaneity. She is interested in research based in rethinking, re-imagining and re-telling narratives, debating that the structure of society is in many ways conditioned by the structure of language itself. She works in all mediums where the idea determines the medium of the work at hand. Ana had 11 independent and more than 150 group exhibitions in: Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Greece, Bulgaria, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Romania, Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Netherlands, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, India, Israel, UK, USA and so on. She currently works as an artist and a graphic designer. Links to your works or any promo that you would like to share (optional): How you know about the festival: Open call groups on social media

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