Sara Glojnarić

Wednesday 1 December 2021, 12-2pm [online via Minerva]

Sara will be discussing recontextualization as a compositional strategy, pop-culture nostalgia, translation as extended authorship, and the juxtaposition of these processes, while showcasing both video (This Champagne Is Burned, popfem #2) and acoustic pieces (Artefacts 2, Latitudes, Im Stein) from 2018 to today.

Sara Glojnarić is a composer based in Stuttgart, Germany, originally from Zagreb, Croatia. Her artistic practise deals with pop culture, its aesthetic and its sociopolitical consequences, as well as nostalgia,

collective memory, and the vast network of pop-culture data and the byproducts arising through their juxtaposition. for more information, see Sara’s website

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