Selena Savić

(Belgrade, 23rd August, 1980) daughter of the eminent Belgrade composer, Miroslav Miša Savić, studied in the department of early music in the Josip Stanković Music High School. Even though she graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, she continued to play and perform as a harpsichordist. She also studied at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag, obtaining a Media Design M.A. at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam in 2007. Her works include sound installations where parts of reality are abstracted and then connected within a different system of relationships often leading to absurd experiences. Lately she has been working on the programming of electronic objects, collaborative sound installations and web-based pieces. Her composition, Upozn’o sam sreću, in 2009, won the second prize in the Sonic Postcards Competition organized by the Goethe Institut in Belgrade, together with Radio Belgrade and Radio Deutschland radio Kultur. Other works include: Tiktak, Theremin 1:3, Traditional paper.