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.
Signal fence. 2018. Performative painting; acrylic on cut canvas. 190x145cm (Delirious Islands. Public space, Belgrade)
W+?. 2018. Installation (Zigutamve Photography, Vienna) ©Olesya Kleymenova
Warning vest. 2018. Acrylic on canvas. 40x40cm (each)
Warning tape. 2018. Acrylic on cut canvas. 1000x5cm (Rundgang. Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna)
I love Sol, but he loves Josef. 2017. Acrylic on cut canvas. 1000x5cm (Haus der Frau, Linz)
Bauštela. 2017. Installation (construction wood; paint/acrylic on cut canvas). 15x15x200cm/8x1000cm (CREAU, Vienna)