is an artist based in Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions include GoMA, Glasgow (2014), Tanya Leighton, Berlin (2013), Kunsthalle Basel (2012). Group shows include Popcorn, Pepsi, Petabytes, CCS Bard, New York (2014), Speculations on Anonymous Materials, Fridericianum, Kassel (2013), 12th Biennale de Lyon (2013) and Marrakech Biennale, Marrakech (2012).

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The Belgrade Hand (1963) is an early prosthetic that automatically closes its grasp as soon as its fingertips touch something. Fascinated, Domanović used this as fodder for her 2013 exhibition at Tanya Leighton, Berlin, creating a series of her own 3D-printed Belgrade Hands. Tellingly, the press release consisted of a timeline of technological, art historical, and women's rights innovations, from 1843 (when Ada Lovelace writes what is considered to be the world's first computer program) to 2099 (when Ray Kurzweil augurs that most conscious beings will lack a permanent physical form). Will such proclamations actually ring true? Domanović's hands point to the problematic dogma inherent in overbearing technological determinism, as well as the danger of forgetting those marginalized by history. The artist will talk about this body of work and how it translates into her current projects.