In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, crafting sonic landscapes that push the boundaries of creativity and innovation. Coming from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Haris delves into the realms of sound, weaving together concepts, aesthetics, and contexts to create immersive auditory experiences. Through his exploration of technology’s evolution, he uncovers new strategies, conditions, and standards, shaping the very fabric of creativity and work in our cultural landscape. During his residency stay, Haris will immerse himself in the vibrant community of Vishni, collaborating closely with young artists and cultural workers. Through sound workshops and practical experimentation, he aims to ignite a creative spark, fostering dialogue and exchange within the community. At the heart of his residency lies the RADIO ATELIER, housed within the premises of Hub Vishni. Here, Haris will delve into the essential aspects of radio production, from practical techniques to theoretical exploration. He seeks to challenge perceptions of radio as a medium, celebrating 100 years of broadcasting while embracing its potential for artistic and philosophical expression.

  • Haris Sahačić residency is made possible with support from WBF Move Grants and Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans (CC4WBs), implemented by UNESCO, funded by the European Union.



Based in Belgrade, Serbia. Deeply passionate about exploring themes related to the ecology of consumption, peripheral knowledge, the value of art, and the art of improvisation. With a commitment to democratizing creativity, utilizes Open Source tools to produce samizdat works, fostering collaboration and empowerment within communities. Harnessing the simplicity of gelatine duplicators, Viktor will lead the Gelatine Print Workshop, where participants will craft locally produced publications, postcards, and tiny works adorned with text and illustrations, all embracing the DIY ethos. Through the thermal publishing method, he will utilize recipe printers to facilitate the production of locally relevant flyers, information rolls, fostering a sense of shared creativity and expression through collective publication. Experience the nostalgia of typewriter machines in the Typewriter Workshop, where community members are invited to share their stories, concerns, and aspirations, contributing to a collective publication celebrating local narratives. Inspired by Pavilion Cvjeta Zuzoric in Belgrade, Viktor will establish the Marginal Cafe Vishni as a space for cultural exchange, equipped with traditional džezva and a gas cooker, alongside a curated selection of publications to inspire dialogue and reflection.

  • Viktor Vejvoda residency is made possible with support from “Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans” (CC4WBs), implemented by UNESCO, funded by the European Union.


Renowned classical theater director based in Skopje, North Macedonia, with BA from Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in Moscow, with a career marked by innovation and daring vision, has been recognized since her student days for bold approach to classical theater. Utilizing the stage as a tool to provoke thought and challenge norms, she has garnered acclaim for her productions, predominantly in the realm of absurd comedies. Beyond her prowess in theater staging, she boasts a diverse skill set that spans directing pedagogy, television drama, and event directing. During her residency stay she will juxtapose traditional theater techniques to a more innovative approach collaborating with other residents exploring the intersection of mediums and disciplines, incorporating tools and in situ theatrical methodologies to foster interaction with the community and environment.

  • Dejana Nikolovska residency is made possible with support from “Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans” (CC4WBs), implemented by UNESCO, funded by the European Union.




Artist in the community, residency and development hub Vishni” is a project supported by UNESCO, implemented by Initiative for Independent Cultural Activism INCA Struga and Mini Pogon, Belgrade, through “Culture and Creativity for the Western Balkans” (CC4WBs), project funded by the European Union that aims to foster dialogue in the Western Balkans by enhancing the cultural and creative sectors for increased socio-economic impact.