Zoran Todorović

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Artist and Docent at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade. Todorović deals with modes of enacting bio-political control and explores the ways in which institutional spaces of control and punishment are inscribed in the body. He is best known for his new media and video works that often shocks and confronts the viewer: The Bride (1998), Agalma (2003), Correction/Portrait (2004), Gypsies and Dogs (2007). His Art project Warmth was first showcased at the Serbian pavilion at the 53rd Venice Bienale in 2009. His art works and his art activity can be described as biopolitical.