Irena Lagator Pejovic (1976 Yugoslavia). She represented Montenegro at the 55th Venice Biennale (2013). She has recently exhibited at venues such as FRAC (Marseille), KLI Institute (Vienna), Austrian Cultural Forum (New York), White Box (New York), Lothringer13 - Städtische Kunsthalle (Munich); Milano Triennale Design Museum; the MAXXI museum (Rome); Kunsthalle Charlottenborg (Copenhagen); Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade); National Gallery of Iceland (Reykjavik); Istanbul International Biennial of Contemporary Art (Istanbul), Neue Galerie (Graz). Her first book The Society of Unlimited Responsibility. Art as Social Strategy. 2001-2011 was published by Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne. The work of the Montenegrin artist Irena Lagator Pejović develops around the themes of space soliciting the interaction of the viewer. Her installations, videos, photographs and drawings reflect on topics like the perception and understanding of reality, individual and collective identity and the responsibility of society and its single members. Her practice embedded in criticality and poetic reconstruction of reality focuses on relations that evidence transformation of society, life, art and culture, promoting new horizons. While addressing global issues, her exhibitions should be understood as universal propositions aiming to investigate the limits of art and the limits of the society.