MFA Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Arts in Belgrade, 1991 Sculpture, drawing. Radjenovic’s sculptures often reference the human body, using material as a symbolic language. Her previous bodies of work were created mainly from wood, plaster, and, sometimes, found objects such as shoes. As an émigré artist to Canada, frequently travelling to and exhibiting in her country of birth, Serbia, she turned to soft sculpture that can be carried in a suitcase. The wool speaks ambiguously of a connection, a way back to the point of origin, to childhood, and of the instability of memory.
Radjenovic lives and works in Ottawa. She was born and educated in Belgrade, Serbia and moved to Canada in 1993, during the civil war in former Yugoslavia. Radjenovic has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions, most recently at The Ottawa School of Art Gallery in Ottawa, Harbourfront Centre in Toronto and Karsh Mason Gallery in Ottawa and Cultural Centre in Belgrade, Serbia. Her work can be seen in Museum of Modern Art in Belgrade, City of Ottawa Fine Art Collection and various private collections in Canada and Europe.