Ljiljana Maletin Vojvodic is a Serbian contemporary female prose writer and cultural researcher oriented towards art & culture; participated in different international artist-in-residence projects (USF Verftet, Bergen, Kunstnarhuset Messen, Norway; Upernavik museum, Greenland; Obras residency Portugal; Writers House, Latvia etc.).
Education: Magistra der Philosophie (Serbo-Croatian Language and Literature), graduated from the University of Novi Sad’s Literary Department
Bibliography: Dwarves and Hyperborean (Amazon kindle format, English language, 2014), Norwegian story (2013), Eaters of row meat (2013), Finland – land of Kalevala, lakes and saunas (2011), In Exile (2011) and Icelandic Baedeker (2008).
Ljiljana Maletin’s work always explores issues regarding women art, visual art, self-images, identity, differences, similarities, cultural integration and trans-disciplinarily. Project she is planning to develop at Konstepidemin residency will be the last part of her Scandinavian project, which started in Iceland and continued in Norway and Finland.During her stay at Sweden, she is going to establish links with female art scene at Göteborg and create collaborative project that explores women identity and interaction between women, art and culture. At Konstepidemin residency she will be working on conceptual art book based on sociology, cultural and gender cross-disciplinary research. Her project will be consisting of different documents, narrative situations and visual materials.