Biography

EDINA SELESKOVIC is an interdisciplinary artist with impressive international exhibiting experience. Seeking answers to the questions about the role of culture in our society, her public art installations on their global mission, generate a public dialogue connecting young people and creativity, cultural institutions and communities, art, and new technologies.

Edina Seleskovic was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina and has lived in the United States since 1991. She graduated from the renowned Corcoran School of Art in Washington, DC. From her studio in New York, her works have since been exhibited in over 100 exhibitions throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Her collaborations with established and young artists have led her to a career oriented toward the ‘artification’ of society, activated by contemporary art and powered by dialogue, cooperation, and connectivity.

Today, she is known as one of the most famous contemporary artists in Bosnia and Herzegovina as well. Edina has won numerous awards including the Sculpture Space Fellowship, and Sam and the Adele Golden Foundation Fellowship in New York. She is the winner of the global award for socially engaged visual artists, World Citizen Artists Award 2020. In 2021, her installation RSD Sloboda has won the Gold No Limit award in Sarajevo. Her resume also includes working with NASA, establishing Contemporary Woman Festival, mentoring, rebranding of the national basketball team, and more. She is a member of the International Academy of Science and Arts in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

She is also a frequent speaker at conferences such as Weekend Media Festival in Croatia, OPEN FEST, CEO conference and Sarajevo Innovation Summit in Bosnia and Herzegovina, EPD conference in the Czech Republic, ILA Global in the USA, AoMo in Liverpool, UK and a visiting professor at the IEDC Bled School of Management in Slovenia. Edina lives and works in New York, Sarajevo and Tuzla.