Dejana Sekulic, violinist, sound explorer and performer, was born on 43°18’58.5″N 21°54’39.5″E. After obtaining her Bachelor Violin performance and teaching degree at the Faculty of Art at the University of Niš (with Petrovic-Markovic and Aleksic), Masters and Postgraduate music, violin performance degree at the Royal Conservatory Brussels (with Oistrakh and Bouckaert) and advanced fellow program for contemporary music of the Ictus (Brussels) and Spectra (Gent) Ensembles at School of Arts Gent, she continues actively performing as part of the “LAPS” ensemble and the Duo Momitani-Sekulic. Currently, she is working on a PhD research “Temporality of the Impossible: contemporary violin music, aesthetics, technique and performance” at the CeReNeM and CeRePP, at the University of Huddersfield (UK). Her other artistic works include also a research in the filed of interactive sound installations. More specifically “Sensonarium” (with support of Q-O2 Brussels and ISIB-Institut Supérieur Industriel de Bruxelles), that is, besides being autonomous work also part of her concept “microMACRO” (performance for solo instrument and sound installations). Dejana is also very passionate in sharing and acquiring knowledge, and is therefore as well actively engaged with teaching.
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