Bauštela is an installation appropriating everyday construction work environment on the streets of Vienna. The word itself is a Serbianized (Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian) version of a German word Baustelle  (eng. construction site), which not only depicts Serbian citizens working on construction jobs, but has as well become a symbol of work without papers abroad.

The installation consists of hand-made construction-wood sculptures painted in the manner of the construction site markings and hand-painted 10m painting-role paintings in the visual style of the warning tape.


SIgnal fence. 2018. Acrylic on cut canvas. Delirious Islands. Public space. Belgrade
Warning west. 2018. Acyrlic on canvas, 40x40cm
Warning Tape. 2018. Acrylic on cut canvas. Rundgang. Academy of Fine Arts. Vienna
I love Sol, but he loves Josef. 2017. Haus der Frau. Linz (Exhibition view)
Bauštela. 2017. Sculpture (construction wood, paint); painting (cut canvas, acrylic). 15x15x200cm; 8x1000cm (Exhibition view)
Bauštela. 2017. Districta #23. Vienna