Petar Sibinović was born in 1986. He graduated (2010) and received his doctorate (2018) at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, at the sculpture department. He has been a member of ULUS since 2015. Since 2010, he has been actively involved in the artistic life. He exhibited at more than 15 solo exhibitions in the country and abroad, as well as at numerous collective exhibitions. He has won several awards in the field of sculpture and drawing. His works are in public and private collections in Serbia (Museum Zepter" Belgrade, Museum "Terra" Kikinda) as well as in many private collections throughout Europe.
The proposed series of sculptures, created in the past few years, is the product of analysis and research of various sculpturally unusual materials, recycling processes and new production technologies. These works investigate the symbiotic relationships of the aforementioned phenomena, re-examining the obtained artistic values through a modern, technological procedure, creating a specific artistic expression. The subject of this sculptural research is finding the "plastic" potential in the sculptural material and defining certain narratives that are related to those states. It can be said that my interest is focused on the changeability of materials and on the positions of possible reshaping and taking control over the form. For these reasons, I often use materials that we could call sculpturally unusual because they do not allow easy manipulation, but can be specifically reshaped under certain conditions. This type of research into formative potential starts from research into the plasticity of materials, but it is always linked to possible meaning. Traversing this double path leads to a happy union that produces experimentation with materials into the art of shaping, and created forms into language.