Smirna Kulenović (Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a media artist, anarchist activist, researcher and educator, currently completing her MA thesis at the department of Interface Cultures at the University of Arts and Design Linz, Austria. Her practice focuses on performance, participatory, and public art - as methods of addressing cultural, personal and environmental embodiments of memory in post-conflict and post-pandemic societies. Her latest artistic research focuses on the use of participative design in creation of analogue and digital mnemonic landscapes.
She is the founder and artistic coordinator of the Collective for the direct liberation of public spaces Dobre Kote in Sarajevo (BiH) and the international Nomadic Collective for Performing Spontanoues Action TAZ 22 (Bosnia, Brazil, Italy, France, Portugal).
I am Smi and I like Smiing.
Above you can find my horrible short third-person-written BIO, that they consider to be useful.
PS. In case you really want to know me, click here.
”Smiing” spotted by locals at Didube market; Tbilisi, Georgia / 2018