Rena Rädle & Vladan Jeremić are Belgrade-based artists whose artistic practice comprises working with drawing, text, video and photography. Since 2002 they develop a joint artistic practice, exploring the overlapping space between art and politics. In their artistic work they focus on social and economical conditions of reproduction, unveiling in a provoking way the contradictions of today’s societies. With means of artistic research and analysis that combine text, slogans, photo, video, drawing, and public action they transform discourses both in the arts and in the political field. A focus of their work are historical and emerging constellations that bring forward emancipatory action and movements of precarious workers, art workers, migrant workers, Roma… Their projects include engagement in current public debates and struggles, cross-disciplinary collaboration and dissemination through different media and channels. Recent exhibitions include: Agitprop!, Brooklyn Museum NY, 2016, Cold Wall, Studio Gallery, Budapest, 2015, Mundus vadit retro, 2014, Kibla, Maribor; Red Winter at Deep Sites, 2014, LevArt, Levanger; To the Square 2, 2014, Perpetuum Mobile, Checkpoint Helsinki; Between Worlds II, 2013, Kraljevic Gallery, Zagreb; Places of memory – Fields of vision, 2012, Contemporary Art Center of Thessaloniki; Absolute Democracy, 2012, Rotor, Graz; Oktobar XXX, 2012, 15. Pančevo Biennial, Serbia; The Housing Agenda, 2012, Cable Factory Gallery and Ateneum Museum, Helsinki and La maison Folie Wazemmes, Lille; Moving Forwards, Counting Backwards, 2012, MUAC, Mexico City.