Born 1977 in Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Lives and works in Kolding, Denmark
© Amel Ibrahimovic
Amel Ibrahimovic, “Storyboard” (detail), 2002-04. © Amel Ibrahimovic
Amel Ibrahimovic is a visual artist. He graduated from The Funen Academy of Fine Arts, Odense, Denmark, in 2003, and was a guest student at Stadelschule für Bildende Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany, in 2002-03. Ibrahimovic works primarily with drawings, text, and video. He works conceptually with ideas, which have their origin in personal experiences and interests. With projects like “Euro 2000” and “Gallery Champions League 2001,” he has participated in the exhibitions: Model 400 (Büro Friedrich, Berlin, Germany, 2000); Artforum (Gallery c/o Atle Gerhardsen, Berlin, Germany, 2000); Take Off 20:01 (Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark, 2001); Clock Wise (Vejle Kunstmuseum, Denmark, 2002, The Nordic House, Reykjavik, Iceland, 2002, and Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, Germany, 2003); and Quicksand (Stiftung De Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2004). In 2002, he has also published the art publication U.M.A.S.P. – Uncle Muhamed and Sports Poster in collaboration with Nifca (Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art). In addition, Ibrahimovic participated in the exhibition Fundamentalisms of the New Order (Charlottenborg Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2002). And with support from Nifca, he has produced the art documentary “Your Danish Is Good,” (2002-04).
Contribution: Participates in Station 2: Aarhus Art Building, Aarhus, with “Your Danish Is Good,” 2002-04. DVD, 43 min. and “Storyboard,” 2002-04. Felt-tip pen on paper, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist.