La Maison Digital is an art concept by Vesna Filipovic characterized by its simplicity, purity, basic shapes, and bold colors. It’s like a simple binary code used as a tool to express her inner feelings with an almost spiritual process. The core elements of painting: color, line, and form.
Through her work, Vesna Filipovic researches the relationship between color and shape, plays with contrasts and shades, and creates abstract artworks. She is constantly exploring the intersection between art, fashion, and technology. Though color is one of the main drivers of her work, she is taking cues from the fashion world as one of her biggest inspirations and combining it with the technology process, innovative software… The feeling during the process is like a deconstruction of data with a goal to achieve a new visual, a new reality, a new life.
“In these complex times, I feel the need to rest my eyes on something simple, clear, basic yet poetic. The way colors communicate with us and with each other creates unique emotions. In my work, there is a lot of symbolism, what some color represents to me, whether love, freedom, hope, sunset, desert, a moment in time, or design. Sometimes I create with a specific combination of colors in mind, shapes are not planned, they are unconscious, an expression of the moment, instinctive movement of the hand, gestural marks… I enjoy the unexpected collision that is occurring at the end. White lines are technical but also represent a beautiful way to accentuate every color and its shade. Some things happen coincidentally but in the end, they are exactly where they are supposed to be. It’s composition and decomposition, with the clear precision and intention that color needs adequate space to show its potential. The process is intuitive, free, and open but has an end.” – Vesna Filipovic.
Education: Faculty of organizational sciences,
University of Belgrade Department of Information Systems and Technologies (Graduated Engineer equivalent to MSc), and second Master’s Degree in E-business.
- Group exhibition at Gallery Progres in Belgrade from 17th October to 22nd October 2022
- Graphica Creativa 2022 Triennial at the Jyväskylä Art Museum in Finland from 22 October 2022 to 29 January 2023
Graphica Creativa is the oldest and the only regularly organized international print exhibition in the Nordic countries. The exhibition has been held in Jyväskylä since 1975.
- First edition of the Tirana Biennial of Graphic Arts from 25 October 2022 to 25 November 2022
- Exhibition at Akira Art Room Gallery in Osaka, Japan from 1st July 2023
- Solo exhibition titled “MOTOKO” at the Yugoslav Film Archive during the 10th Japanese Serbian Film Festival from 9th November till 12th November 2023
- Group exhibition at the RTS Klub Gallery in Belgrade from 5th December till 10th December 2023
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