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Lala Raščić (b. 1977 Sarajevo) is a multi media artist working with performance, video, installation, and painting. Recent solo exhibitions include Evil Earth System, Good Children Gallery, New Orleans (2016); Evil Earth, Culture Center Tobacna, Ljubljana (2015), The Eumenides, UNO Campus Art Gallery, New Orleans (2014), How to do Things With Words, SKUC, Ljubljana (2014); No Country Other Than Liberty, SIZ at Mali Salon, Rijeka (2013); andWhatever the Object, GfZK, Leipzig (2013). Group shows includeMULTIMERIDIJAN 16, Bodies in Dialog and the Process of Reglection, Gallery Luka + Gallery Annex, Pula (2016), Memory Lane, Galerie du Jour, Agnes B, Paris (2014); and the 54th October Salon, Belgrade (2013). In 2014, Raščić published her book Lala’s Reader with a foreword by Jelna Vesić, published by P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Institute from Ljubljana.
Amongst others, Raščić had attended artist-in-residence programs at the Rijksakademie, Amsterdam; Platform Garanti, Istanbul; KulturKontakt, Vienna; and Cite des Arts, Paris. Raščić is the recipient of the awards Future of Europe,Leipzig in 2013; and T-HT and Museum of Contemporary Art award, Zagreb in 2007.
Raščić is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts, Zagreb. She is a member of the Sarajevo organization CRVENA, a member of the collective Good Children Gallery in New Orleans and a member of the Croatian Association of Visual Artists. She lives and works in Zagreb, Sarajevo, and New Orleans.
October 30, 2016 – January 2, 2017