Niko Dimitrijevic, A device

Niko Dimitrijevic

Niko Dimitrijevic received his BFA in glass and sculpture from Alfred University in 2004 and his MFA in glass at The Ohio State University in 2018.  Most recently his work has manifested as temporary site-specific installations using light or its properties to define a given space.  He will often incorporate or solely rely on found/reclaimed materials as the basis for both his installation and glass work.  His background is predominantly as a glassblower and he has had the distinct honor of working full-time as part of the hot shop team at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, WA, and also the William Morris team in Stanwood, WA.  He has lectured, demonstrated, and exhibited his work internationally and was an artist in residence at The Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, ON.

Dimitrijevic is the 2018 Stephen Procter Fellow at the Australian National University School of Art and Design Glass Workshop.

Niko Dimitrijevic will present a sight specific work at the School of Art and Design. His work will respond to the unique architecture of the iconic building of Canberra by scaffolding light structures that respond to the existing forms and precedents. Details to follow.