Danijela Pivašević-Tenner (Serbia)

Danijela Pivašević-Tenner (Serbia)

Danijela Pivašević-Tenner (Serbia)

Danijela Pivašević-Tenner

Lahir di Belgrade, Serbia, Danijela Pivašević-Tenner merupakan seorang perupa keramik yang kini berbasis di Neumünster, Jerman. Ia lulus dari program pascasarjana terapi seni di Berlin Weissensee School of Art pada tahun 2010. Pada tahun 2009 ia memenangkan hibah dari Yayasan Dr. Hans Hoch, dan hingga belakangan menjadi direktur artistik dari program residensi seni keramik yang diadakan yayasan tersebut di Neumünster. Karya- karyanya cenderung mempermainkan asosiasi hasil keluaran medium keramik ke dalam bentuk-bentuk lain, meninggalkan kesan tak terduga dalam mentransformasi medium serta wacana yang mengiringinya.

Danijela Pivašević-Tenner menjalankan program residensinya di FSRD-ITB, Bandung, pada Agustus 2016. Dalam pendekatannya yang mengetengahkan familiaritas benda dan petunjuk- keramik, Danijela menerjemahkan rasa kebendaan yang sama dalam program residensinya melalui objek Kendi. Melalui kendi yang ada mengakar dalam kemasyarakatan lokal di Bandung dan Indonesia, ia menjelajahi rasa dan peran fungsinya dalam kebutuhan dan kehidupan sehari-hari. Dalam sentuhan yang kemudian—membelah, memperbanyak, menggeser, dan menguji kesementaraan bahan lempung dan keramiknya sendiri— Danijela memotret alam keramik yang sebagai bejana dan wadah yang sangat akrab dengan manusia.

Born in Belgrade, Serbia, Danijela Pivašević-Tenner is a ceramic artist currently based in Neumünster, Germany. She holds a MA in Art Therapy from the Berlin Weissensee School of Art since 2010. In 2009, she was awarded a grant from Dr. Hans Hoch Foundation, and has since held a post as artistic director of the ceramic artist-in-residence program established by the foundation in Neumünster. Her works interplays the associated output of ceramics as material and medium with altering forms, leaving unprecedented impressions on transforming medium and the surrounding discourse through various points of references.

Danijela Pivašević-Tenner did her JCCB4 Residency program in FSRD-ITB, Bandung, August 2016. Through her approach, which utilises the sense of familiarity on objects of ceramics and their clues, Danijela translates a similar sense of aboutness through the Kendi—a traditional vessel for drinking water. An object deeply rooted in the vernacular and a bygone day-to-day culture of Bandung and Indonesia, she explored the sense and representation of function embedded in it. And through her portrayal in fragments of them, she examined the world of ceramics and vessels which are always situated in close proximity, as an extension to human needs and activities.

work:

Kandi

Glazed Stoneware, Clay, Video, Installation Variable Dimension 2016

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