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Staging several interdisciplinary events between 1999-2001, mostly in the Mediterranean areas of Europe, son:DA first emerged as part of the Klon.Art.Resistance collective. Since then they have organized exhibitions and dialogues in alternative venues including a former Yugoslavian military bakery, now known as the Garage for Art Photography (gUF) in Pekarna. Curatorial projects since 2004 have also included “DI_alog”, UGM, Maribor for International Festival of Computer Arts, Maribor; “ulica-2012”, ToX-edition, Kibla; and “EX-garage”, Gregorciceva 56, Maribor. In 2008 they created a foundation, also called son:DA, to support new structures of funding contemporary art practice and research in Eastern Europe.
Work by son:DA has been part of numerous exhibitions and festivals throughout Europe. Past solo exhibitions have included Galerija SKUC, Ljubljana; Mala-Galerija, MoMA, Ljubljana; C/O Careof, Milano; ARCO-06, Madrid; Turner Contemporary, Margate; KIBLA.Kibela, Maribor; Porschehof & Kunstverein, Salzburg; Galerija Kapelica, Ljubljana; and Razstavni Salon Rotovz, UGM, Maribor. son:DA’s work has also been part of group exhibitions at Kunstraum Bethanien, Berlin; Kunstlerhaus, Vienna; 27th Biennale of Graphic Arts, MGLC, Ljubljana; Kuntslerhaus, Graz; Sonambiente, Berlin; Institute for Contemporary Art, Sofia; 6th Baltic Biennale of Contemporary Art, Szczecin; Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana; State Museum of Contemporary Art, Solun; Musikprotokoll am Steirische Herbst, Graz; MACRO al Mattatoio, Rome; Press to Exit, Skopje; and Sammlung Essl, Klosterneuburg.
Screenings of their film/video work has included New Video, New Europe shown at the Tate Modern, London; Renaissance Society, Chicago; Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; The Kitchen art gallery, New York. Also, the Festival of World Theatre, Zagreb; Human Rights Film Festival, Zagreb; Entermultimediale2, Prague; Pixxelpoint at Dom Kulture, Gorizia; 25th Festival Eksperimentalnog Filma i Videa, Zagreb; International Animation Festival in Zagreb, Hiroshima, and Utrecht; Zebra-Poetry Film Festival, Berlin; International Festival of Computer Arts, Maribor; and Architecture in Video, Florence.