Balkanising Taxonomy - A symposium & an exhibition supported by the Constance Howard Resource and Research Centre in Textiles and Graduate School, Goldsmiths, University of London
_Larisa Blazic
Media Artist & Lecturer, MA Hypermedia, University of Westminster

Larisa Blazic studied architecture at Belgrade University and received MA Hypermedia degree at the University of Westminster, London. In the 90s, she became increasingly involved in an interdisciplinary approach towards art and architecture, successfully combining architectural design with video and sound. She collaborates on art projects exhibited worldwide, and currently teaches at the University of Westminster where she is developing a series of interactive installations.

Current work is focused on interactive site-specific installation exploring audience participation, real-time audio distribution and networked video installation. Her work explores location as main carrier of meaning, aesthetics of everyday urban experience, creative use of surveillance technologies, real-time video stream and moving image in the context of temporary public art interventions and its communication to wider audience.

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Larisa Blazic: In This Place of Safety, London, 2008

Larisa Blazic: In This Place of Safety, London, 2008