"Radomir Stančić has recorded on video-tape one long, static sequence, shot from the bank of the Danube River, which, when ordinarily viewed, is seen only as one “frozen” shot, but with the employment of a pair of binoculars one suddenly discovers in that same scene multitudes of movement and discovers the water itself, its surface and its reflections. This impulse of the river has been captured in its twofold appearance – both as an eternal state comprised of innumerable static sequences and as eternal endless movement.” (Jovan Despotović, exhibition ,, River Art”, Belgrade, 1995)
''The dynamic installations of Radomir Stančić place into movement a white square, the primal image of all concrete and conceptual art: here the square is transformed into its constituent parts, thus it becomes a living body. A white fabric that has been stretched over the picture frame becomes independent, e.g., it is tied into a knot. The material and the idea become a dialectical game.” (Stephan von Wiese, 1990)
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'"Brutal at first sight, the artistic position of Radomir Stančić is an „essay“ on the need and necessity of communication in a world of increasing alienation. It is only seemingly a story about boxing, the hero is Ben Bolt, but likewise is the boxing/sparring that Stančić had moved into the gallery." (Savo Popović, „Novosti“, 2007)
"I am the author and organizer of the international exhibition “River Art”. The exhibition was organized in collaboration with Dr Wolfgang Becker, the Director of the Ludwig Forum for International Art, Aachen, Germany. The exhibition was received exceptionally well by the media, both by domestic and foreign television stations, which had reported on it: ARD and WDR, Germany; ALPHAVILLE RAI and TSI, Italy; FRANCE 3 SUD, France; RTBF BRUXELLES, Belgium, MTV, Macedonia; YLE-TVL, Finland. Overall, more than 8 hours of material was broadcast over those television stations, including the Serbian stations.
This exhibition had its response in the invitation by the City of Menchengladbach, i.e., Hubertus Wunschik, for our Serbian artists to participate in a big international exhibition titled “Einfluss” (“Uticaj”) in 1998. This exhibition also had exceptionally good media coverage. Wunschik and I have collaborated on a number of other projects."