Bozica Radjenovic

Bozica Radjenovic


Bozica’s Hand (2020) $2,200
Cast aluminum

As Radjenovic explains, each of her materials speaks with its own language. Wool speaks of the connection to her childhood and her homeland in Serbia. Bronze speaks of time and the elusiveness of memory, and whereas the artist will not live on forever, items made from this copper-based alloy just might.

In Bozica’s Hand, an oxide bronze evokes a monument from another era. The hand has been enrobed with crystal, as if nature itself considers it a valuable object.

Jenny McMaster, 2020


Newbies (2018) $1,000
Cast plaster from knitted molds

These objects continue Radjenovic’s long standing use of the knitted form as a basis for sculpture and performance art. Radjenovic began exploring knitting as a form of sculpture after experiencing censorship while travelling to her homeland of Serbia with.

Newbies are created by Radjenovic by casting into knitted volume. Through the deconstruction process these plaster sculptures reveal the interior form of the knitted object while retaining some of the wool of the original object.




“Sculpture is a verb, it requires action, time and perseverance. My sculptures have been handcarved, modeled, cut, drilled, casted, knitted, glued and painted. I am in constant dialogue with materials and my hands are never idle. I create, therefore I exist.”

Bozica Radjenovic is a visual artist whose work explores the relationship between materials and subject matter.

Radjenovic was born and educated in Belgrade, Serbia. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (1989) and Master of Fine Arts Degree from Faculty of Fine Arts (1991) in Belgrade. In 1993 she moved to Canada during the civil war in former Yugoslavia. Radjenovic has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions, most recently at Gallery 101 in Ottawa, The Mississippi Valley Textile Museum in Almonte, Canada, Quartair Artist Initiative at The Hague, The Netherlands and Cultural Centre in Belgrade, Serbia. Her work can be seen in Museum of Modern Art in Belgrade, Zepter Museum in Belgrade, City of Ottawa Fine Art Collection and various private collections in Canada and Europe. She is member of Blink Collective and Enriched Bread Artists.

Bozica gratefully acknowledges support by City of Ottawa, Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts.


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