Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Vladimir Todorovic is a filmmaker, new media artist and educator based in Singapore. He is working as an associate professor at the School of Art, Design and Media, NTU. His projects have won several awards and have been shown at hundreds of festivals, exhibitions, museums and galleries including: Visions du Reel (46th, 44th) Cinema du Reel (37th), IFFR (42nd, 40th and 39th), Festival du Nouveau Cinema(42nd), BIFF, SGIFF, L’Alternativa, YIDFF, Siggraph, ISEA (2008,2006), Ars Electronica, Transmediale, The Reina Sofia Museum(Madrid), and Japan Media Art Festival.
His creative practice encompasses the following topics: class differences, migration, memories, and our relationship with the changing environment. He fuses fine arts, science, technology, and cinema by creating experimental art films, procedural animations, generative art, environmental art, rapid prototyping objects, installations, data visualization, and code art. The structure and form of his art often imply mathematical precision, and hidden, minimal and micro narratives.
His work has been described as being radical and novel in sensibly and poetically depicting human condition. Bruce Sterling promoted it as futuristic cinema. His projects were financially supported by various institutions including Asian Cinema Fund(BIFF), MDA, NRF, ICA(Singapore), Mixed Reality Lab, KulturKontakt(Vienna), and Open Society foundation(Belgrade); and have been reviewed at Cinemascope, Wired, Indiewire, Neural, Turbulence, Electrosmog, Artmagazine, Channel News Asia, Film Business Asia, Reuters, World News Network, Res Magazine and on hundreds of pages on various social networks.