© Bea Borgers

In her practice Hana Miletić reflects on issues of representation and social reproduction, by making linkages between photography and weaving. The artist models her woven textiles after her photographs that document repairs in public space. Miletić uses the weaving process – which requires considerable time and dedication – as a way to counteract certain economic and social conditions at work, such as acceleration, standardisation and transparency.

Hana Miletić was born in 1982 in Zagreb, she lives and works in Brussels. She studied Art History and Archaeology, Gender Studies and Fine Arts (Photography). In 2014-2015, she was a resident at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht; and in 2019 at Thread, the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation’s cultural centre in Senegal. In 2017, she took part in the 13th Sharjah Biennial, and in 2018, WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels presented her first big institutional solo exhibition. In 2019 Miletić had solo exhibitions in LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristina; La Maison de Rendez-vous, Brussels and The approach, London. She recently took part in group exhibitions at the contemporary art museum S.M.A.K., Ghent (2018-19); TextielMuseum, Tilburg (2018-19); Metro Pictures, New York (2019); M-Museum Leuven (2019) and Kunsthalle Vienna (2020). In the last few years the artist has facilitated collaborative projects at the community arts centre Globe Aroma, Brussels and the contemporary art centre De Appel, Amsterdam.

Photos in the gallery:  © Trent McMinn

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