Grayson Perry's exhibition can be interpreted as the elitism of vulgarity and the vulgarity of elitism.
Guided tour by Aida Begić will be focused on the unified needs of a modern man sculpted by corporative capitalistic world, the questions of tribal emotions through Perry's work, and comparisons with the domestic affairs. In this guided tour she will also discuss the demystification of the world and art, about the elitism of vulgarity and the vulgarity of elitism.
These themes will be depicted through the Tim Rakewell's life analysis, a fictional character who's journey through the social classes is presented in Grayson Perry's works, with the overview of dramatic situations artist has set.
The guided tour will be simultaneously translated to English, so all of the non-Bosnian speakers are more than welcome to join the tour.
WHO IS AIDA BEGIĆ?
Aida Begić was born in Sarajevo. She graduated in directing at the Sarajevo Academy of Performing Arts. Her graduation film Prvo smrtno iskustvo (First Death Experience) was presented at The Cinéfondation Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival. Her debut feature Snijeg (Snow) was premiered at Cannes 2008, Semaine de la Critique where it won the Grand Prix and 30 further festival awards from around the world. Snow was nominated for a European Academy Film Award, Discovery Section. In 2009 she founded an independent production company Film House. Her 2nd feature film Djeca (Children of Sarajevo) premiered in Un Certain Regard, Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival 2012 where it won Special Distinction of the Jury. She wrote and directed short film Album, part of omnibus Bridges of Sarajevo that had its world premiere as Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival in Special Screening section. She produced documentary feature '100 Million Dollar House' directed by Rešad Kulenović. Aida Begić is teaching Directing at The Academy of Performing Arts Sarajevo and she is member of AMPAS, EFA, SACD and UFRBiH. At the moment, she is finishing her 3rd feature film about Syrian orphans, Never leave me.