CDTPS faculty member Snezana Pesic invited to present at Critical Costume 2024

January 11, 2024 by Elise Tigges

CDTPS Assistant Professor Snezana Pesic has been invited to participate in the Critical Costume 2024 international conference and exhibition. This three-night event will take place from March 6 to 9, 2024, at the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television in Los Angeles, California, USA, hosted by the David C. Copley Center for the Study of Costume Design.  

Pesic has been invited to present the flash talk: “Costume in Between Two Worlds (Film and Theater),” as well as exhibit her video piece “Suture.” These selected works are fragments of Pesic’s ongoing costume design research project “Modified Bodies," which explores contemporary body modification practices and their performative value. 

Please join us in congratulating Professor Pesic! 

About Critical Costume 2024 

Critical Costume 2024 is the sixth conference within the Critical Costume international research platform and will include participants from across the globe. The conference will present original research on the role and significance of costume design in motion pictures, television, and live performances and examine the interrelationship between these different areas of costume practice and research. These works were selected through a comparable double-masked peer-review process for inclusion in the conference.  

Learn more about the Critical Costume 2024.