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Goran Vejvoda

Goran Vejvoda

Goran Vejvoda


Goran Vejvoda (Serbian: Горан Вејвода, Goran Vejvoda) (born 1956 in London, United Kingdom) is an English-born, French-based, Serbian media artist (musician, composer, visual artist, performer, photographer, writer, and actor). Son of a diplomat Ivo Vejvoda, Goran grew up in London, Rome and Paris before moving to Belgrade at the age of sixteen in 1971. In the early 1980s he briefly fronted Annoda Rouge band/project with Bebi Dol on vocals, and Vd on drums. Read more on Last.fm
Goran Vejvoda (Serbian: Горан Вејвода, Goran Vejvoda) (born 1956 in London, United Kingdom) is an English-born, French-based, Serbian media artist (musician, composer, visual artist, performer, photographer, writer, and actor). Son of a diplomat Ivo Vejvoda, Goran grew up in London, Rome and Paris before moving to Belgrade at the age of sixteen in 1971. In the early 1980s he briefly fronted Annoda Rouge band/project with Bebi Dol on vocals, and Vd on drums. The band never released any official material for commercial exploatation. Later, Vejvoda collaborated on Bebi Dol's solo hit-singles "Mustafa" and "Rudi" as well as her Ruze i krv album. Vejvoda also worked on the studio recordings of Kozmetika, D' Boys, and VIS Idoli's seminal Odbrana i poslednji dani album (for a short time during 1982, he was the band's official member). He additionally collaborated with Šarlo akrobata members on Dečko koji obećava soundtrack. Simultaneously, he wrote for Džuboks and Rock music magazines, doing interviews with the likes of David Byrne, Brian Eno, etc. He published photographs in Izgled magazine and did the cover photos on Paket aranžman album as well as Električni orgazam's self-titled debut album. With Slobodan Cicmil, Vejvoda co-wrote a book about Brian Eno called Zaobilazne strategije (Oblique strategies) published in 1986.

Around the same time, Vejvoda ventured into acting - playing the role of Russian painter El Lissitzky in a TV movie Ruski umetnicki eksperiment directed by Boris Miljkovic and Branimir Dimitrijevic. In 1985 Vejvoda moved to Paris where he continued his visual art, musical studio work, composing music for ballet, theatre, film. television, performing etc. In 1996 he composed the music for Enki Bilal's film Tykho Moon and the original score for his 2004 film Immortel. Discography * Oko 3 (Barclay 1992) * La Peau du Monde (Fairplay 1993) * The Dreambird with Suba (Comep - Brazil - 1994) * Mikroorganizmi with Rambo Amadeus (Komuna 1996) * Tykho Moon (Makhno 1997) * Le sommeil du monstre (Versailles - Sony 1998) * Fruit Cloud (Galerie de Pop Co.,Ltd - Japan - 1999) * Harmonie (Galerie de Pop Co.,Ltd - Japan - 2000) * Zerone - What (Maat 2003) * Immortel (Une musique de film - 2004) * Vibrö - The Broken Tales Issue (2004) * La chute implique d'autres sens with Claudia Huidobro (Limited edition 2007) * A square of silence a circle of sound (Gala Ghenmar - 2007) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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