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Dejan Kaludjerovic was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He studied at the Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna and gained an MA in visual arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade in 2004. For his achievements in visual arts, Dejan Kaludjerovic was granted an honourable Austrian citizenship.

Since finishing his studies in 2004, Dejan Kaludjerović has been exploring the conjunction between consumerism and childhood, to analyse identity formation and stability of representational forms. Most of his paintings, drawings, objects, videos and installations, employ the processes of recycling, copying and re-enacting, thus creating patterns that simulate mechanical reproduction, and criticise homogeneity embedded in popular culture.

AWARDS

MUMOK – Kapsch Contemporary Art Prize 2017 nominee

Art and Reconciliation, Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art Prishtina in collaboration with University of Arts London (UAL) and King’s College London

Villa Lena Foundation Residency, Italy, 2018

Tirana Art Lab Residency, Tirana, Albania, 2018

BKA Studio and travelling fellowship Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2017

CCA Andtrax Artist-in-Residence, Mallorca, Spain, 2016

LowRes Jerusalem Residency, Jerusalem, Israel
55th October Salon Award, Belgrade, 2014

Sazmanab Contemporary Art Center Residency, Teheran, Iran for 2015

YARAT Residency, Baku, Azerbaijan for 2014

Atelier Tokyo for 2011 (Studio and traveling fellowship of 6 months provided by BMUKK)

CEC ARTSINK Scholarship for 2008, which included a residency at the Santa Monica 18th Street Art Center in the USA

Unidee residency in Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto, Italy in 2005

Kultur Kontakt Austria residency in Vienna, 2002