OPA (Obsessive Possessive Aggression) is a collaboration founded in Skopje in 2001 by the visual artists Slobodanka Stevceska and Denis Saraginovski. OPA’s practices are context based, non-collectible and either ephemeral or distributed in multiple copies. Its works have been shown widely in group exhibitions and festivals such as Transmediale, Berlin; Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow; Transeuropa - European Theatre- and Performance Festival, Hildesheim; Autostrada Biennale, Prizren, etc. (www.o-p-a.org)
OPA has had solo exhibitions in Macedonia, Estonia, Croatia, Slovenia, France, Germany, USA and the Netherlands and has exhibited widely in group exhibitions and festivals such as Transmediale, Berlin; Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin; Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow; Transeuropa - European Theatre- and Performance Festival, Hildesheim; Freewaves' Biennial of New Media Arts, Los Angeles; I Had a Dream, Kunstraum Baden, Switzerland; Victory Obsessed, Zamek Culture Centre, Poznan; etc.
OPA received residency fellowships in Estonia, France, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands, as well as the Dragisa Nanevski Award (AKTO Festival of Contemporary Arts, Bitola, 2010) and the Young Visual Artists Annual Award DENES (2004).
OPA is co-founding member of the Kooperacija Initiative (2012-2015).