VOJISLAV RADOVANOVIĆ is a Los Angeles based visual artist and journalist with a European background in classical painting, video, experimental film, installation, performance and television.
Vojislav graduated fine art painting from the University of Art in Belgrade, Serbia in 2005, and the Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg, Austria in 2004. He was a three time artist in residence of “Cité internationale des arts” in Paris, France, (2011-2015) acquiring inspiration from the amazing world cultural heritage preserved in Parisian museums and galleries.
For more than 8 years he worked as a journalist for television in Serbia. Beginning in 2008 as journalist for info desk, news and morning program at TV Avala, he quickly became an anchor for morning program. Then he transfer to TV Studio B (2009) to work as presenter and editor of TV Show GRADOLOGIJA 2009-2011(cultural program with special focus on architecture and urbanism). Simultaneously in 2010, he started to work for National Broadcast Agency, RTS 2, Cultural program as journalist for several different TV Shows with a special focus on visual arts, eventually becoming director and editor of TV documentaries about Serbian visual artists broadcasted on National TV. He also worked as TV producer for Artycok.TV (Czech Republic internet TV project with goal of promoting emerging artists from all over Europe) from 2009 to 2012.
Vojislav began “Art Documents” originally in 2009 as a YouTube Channel but further developed the project into “L.A. Art Documents” in collaboration with American multimedia artist Jason Jenn as a full production and archival company.
JASON JENN is an interdisciplinary multimedia artist, frequently working as a performer, writer, producer, director, designer, video editor, consultant, and an avowed protean-of-many-trades.
Jason worked for several years in traditional film and television Hollywood art departments. In 2001 he founded ReEvolutionary Productions, his own independent multimedia company, to consult upon and produce a wide variety of alternative performance and multimedia art happenings. Since then he has produced hundreds of video shorts and features, full length theatrical evenings, and performance art pieces. From 2002-2009 Jason trained and performed under the guidance of renowned performance artist Rachel Rosenthal. He has performed original works at such venues as the MOAH Lancaster, Getty Museum, Highways Performance Space, NY Film Anthology Archive, San Francisco Art Institute, and the Beat Museum.
Since the age of 13 Jason has actively produced, directed, and edited videos riding the transitional wave of analog to digital formats. He received his BA double majoring in both Film & Media Production and Theatre Arts from the University of Iowa. He was General Manager of the Student Video Productions, helping led the 15 year organization to its best year of documenting live events and producing original content for the Campus and Public Access Television.
Other positions include: Outreach Specialist for Torrance Art Museum, Operations Director for Virtularium / Holonyne Corporation – a videowall consulting business and videowall art gallery utilizing over 64 television screens within the exposition space (2014-2019); Producer & Co-creator of the Stuart Timmons’ City of West Hollywood Immersive LGBTQ History Tour (2015-2017); Project Manager for Entertainment Business Consulting (2004-2010); Production Manager for the Lily Tomlin & Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Department at the Los Angeles LGBT Center (2001-2002).
Jason has always maintained a fluidity moving between both the live and recorded media genres, as well as working both in the creative and administrative fields at various times.
His personal artwork ranges from collage to photography and video design to performance art, often reexamining familiar archetypes and themes of universal interest with a fresh, revelatory perspective that aims to engage the mind as well as the heart, often mixing humor with tragedy, and are frequently infused with socio-political and/or queer empowered themes.