Marica Radojčić (Prešić): ART BIGRAPHY
Marica Radojčić was born in Novi Karlovci, Yugoslavia. Graduated and obtained Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Belgrade.
Her mathematical papers belong to universal algebra, numerical mathematics and mathematical linguistics. Fulbright award for mathematics for the academic 1985/86 which she spent at the Courant Institute, New York University.
Professor at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mathematics and the University of Art, Belgrade, Group for Digital Art. Visiting professor at the University of California - Berkeley, University of Hamburg, University of Bon, MGU - Moscow etc.
Her mathematical results have been included in international mathematical monographs and scientific papers.
Her art is of contemplative nature, experimental and multimedial, based on mathematical and philosophical ideas (semantical layers of language, paradoxes, infinity, algorithms, truth theories,…).
Since 1985 she has had exhibitions in New York Galleries (4 solo shows and around 20 group shows there). Participated in several important international shows in Europe, USA, Africa.
In 1993 she founded Mathematical Art Workshop (at the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade), and 1998 she founded association Art and Science, both meant to be places where connections and interrelations between art and science would be explored.
In 2002 with a couple of other artists she founded Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Art Belgrade, Group f or Digital Art where she was teaching for 4 years.
For many years she has been occupied with organization and production of projects both artistic and scientific. Collaborates with a number of artists and scientists around the world. Member of ULUS and IKG.
1982. Osijek, Gallery of the Youth Centre
1984. Sremska Mitrovica, Museum of Sirmium
1985. Belgrade, Gallery 73
1985. Titograd, Gallery of the ULUCG - the national association of the visual artists of
1986. Slavonski Brod, Gallery of the Labour University Đuro Salaj
1987. Belgrade, The World Mildly Shif ted to the Left, Gallery of the Cultural Centre of
1987. Belgrade, On the Edge of Rejection (with Jovan Čekić and Fedja Klikovac–selection
by J. Tijardović), Museum of Modern art, Gallery-Legacy of M. Zorić and R. Čolaković
1988. New York, Individuals Gallery (curated by Eric L. Stark)
1989. New York, Vertical Escape, E. L. Stark Gallery
1989. Belgrade, Salon of the Museum of Modern Art Belgrade,
1989. Belgrade, Gallery AZ
1990. New York, Stark Gallery
1991-94. NO EXHIBITIONS (The war in Yugoslavia)
1995. Belgrade, Words..., Gallery of the Cultural Centre of Belgrade
1998. Gent, Periodically, Experimental Intermedia
1999. New York, States of Inquiry, Stark Gallery
2001. Belgrade, Digital Art (with Vedran Vučić), Gallery Singidunum
2002. Belgrade, Return of Departure (sound Miša Savić & Phill Niblock), Gallery of the