Simonida Rajcevic was born in Belgrade on April 2nd, 1974. She graduated from the Faculty of Visual Arts in Belgrade in 1997 and in 1999 she received her Master's Degree studying under Professor Momcilo Antonovic. She obtained a DAAD stipend to do first year post-graduate studies in Germany. Since 2000, she has herself been working at the Facutly of Visual Arts in Belgrade. Simonida has exhibited her works independently and together with other artists both at home and abroad.


• An Installation, The last survivor of the Nostromo, SKC Gallery, Belgrade
• 1997. An Exhibition of Paintings, Express Old Masters Non-Stop, The Zvono Gallery, Belgrade.
• 1997. An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Prints, organized for the Youth of Serbia Festival in Knjazevac.
• 1998. An Exhibition of Paintings, BERLIN MAINSTREAM 98, The Zvono Gallery, Belgrade.
• 2002. An Exhibition of Paintings and Objects, NOVO, The Zvono Ballery, Belgrade.
• 2004. An Exhibition of Paintings (digital collage and misced techniques) and Drawings, Truth for the Truth, The Zvono Gallery, Belgrade.
• 2007. An Exhibition of Paintings, The BELGRADE DOUBLE, Gallery Rothamel, Erfurt, Germany.
• 2008. Snakewall, The Zvono Gallery, Belgrade.
• 2008. The BELGRADE QUARTET PROJECT, The Arte Reale Gallery, Milan. Together with fashion designer Slavna Martinovic, and Manja Ristic, Ivana Grahovac from the Eruption group.
• 2010. An Installation, DARK STAR, The Zvono Gallery, Belgrade


Manja Ristic was born in Belgrade on 17th of January 1979. She graduated from the Belgrade Music Academy as a violinist and then gained her postgraduate diploma at the Royal College of Music in London, working with professor Dona Lee Croft. Manja is an active member of several ensembles, ranging from a classical piano trio, classical string duo, an international free jazz quintet to the experimental electro-acoustic trio ERUPTION. As a solo and chamber musician Manja has performed in concert venues all throughout the UK, France, Austria, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Hungary, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and all over Serbia. Apart from being a professional violin player she is an electronic music producer, short story writer, published poet, radio host, cultural manager and cultural activist. In 2004 she was Founder of the Association of Multimedia Artists AUROPOLIS in Belgrade, which produces a wide range of multimedia projects, performances and workshops. This association of young people is a non-governmental organization gathered around the idea of supporting and producing arts as well as making regional artistic networks. At the moment she is a project manager of over 20 projects generated from AUROPOLIS’s activity (one of the most frequent is SUPERNOVA – Platform for integration of poetry, music and visuals). She also works as a fund raiser and project manager of NOVI RADIO BEOGRAD, newly established urban Internet based radio station in Belgrade...
As a host of the Soundbridging live performing radio show on www.nrbg.rs she organized, performed and produced (by now!) around 55 live poetry and music jam sessions and one third of them were further performed live in the public spaces in Belgrade.
Her first book “The Book of Silence” was published in 2008 by Cultural Centre DEVE. She wrote articles and organized conferences as a cultural activists lobbying for better cultural and social policies throughout wider-European region, also, she is active member of A Soul for Europe E.E.I.G.

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