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Jasmina Cibic wins the 2021 Film London Jarman Award

By: P. T., STA

Slovenian artist Jasmina Cibic won the 2021 Jarman Award handed out by Film London, worth EUR 10,000.

The jury highlighted her projects NADA and The Gift, which was recently screened at the London Film Festival. Cibic was announced the winner at an event at the Regent Street Cinema on Tuesday. Based in London, Cibic (1979) works in film, sculpting, performance and installation. She broaches issues such as national identity, emergence of a state, soft power and relations within Europe in her works.

 

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