Born 1977, Romania, currently working in Paris, France
2002-2003 Le Pavillon / Palais de Tokyo, Paris
2001-2002 Ecole des Beaux Arts, Nantes
1997-2001 University of Art and Design, Cluj Napoca, RO
Dvir Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel
'' m e s b n p e n u l o i s o d '' - Galerie Public, Paris
Keep it unreal, Miss China, Paris
Keep it unreal, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Project Room, Paris
Beauty Items, Gad Photogallery, Bucharest
Vis vienez, Tranzit Foundation, Cluj Napoca,
The Sotryteller,(with Mircea Cantor) Yvon Lambert Gallery,Project Room, Paris
On Difference, Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart
Continental breakfast, Memory (w)hole, Ljubljana
Love it or Leave it ,5th Biennale of Cetinje, Montenegro
The Yugoslav Biennial of Young Artist , Vrsac, YU (with Version )
Intervention at Association Entre-Deux, Nantes
In the Gorges of the Balkans, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel
Biennial of Prague, Prague
Incomprehension, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Preview Kalinderu Medialab /The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest
VERSION conference, Frac Alsace, Sete
The map of the world, Lisieres, Strasbourg
workshop in Vietnam, Mekong Delta, Pavillion / Palais de Tokyo
« 00 ' Une exposition qui grandit par le millieu, Palais de Tokyo, Paris
workshop Pyrenees mountains, Pavillion / Palais de Tokyo
A9 Forum Transeuropa, Museum Quartier, Vienna
.Version 0.2,issue launched at Espace En Cours, Paris
Photographier, Collection Lambert, Avignon
Rendez-vous roumain, Espace En Cours, Paris
Boundless Borders, Bilboards project in the city of Belgrad
Documents 11 young photographers, New Gallery, Bucharest
Version bilingual magazine, founded by Gabriela Vanga, Mircea Cantor, Ciprian Muresan, Nicolae Baciu, first number september 2001
Free show, Sindan Foundation, Cluj Napoca,RO, project with Version members
Artistpoly, Context network Bienale di Venezia, insert in the Romanian Pavillion
Mc Donald's featuring Brancusi project for Periferic 5 Biennial, Iassy (RO) project with Version
Say what?, Eforie Gallery, Bucharest
Voyage d'affaires, Erban, Nantes(with Mircea Cantor)
Untitled, Tranzit Foundation, Cluj Napoca, Ro
What if Tom invented Jerry (5'5'') 2003
Keep it unreal, (2') 2003
Chiump,ciamp,ciah (10') 2003
Tara, tara vrem ostasi ! (5'30'') 2002
Between hope and despair I (4') 2000
Claire Staebler L'exposition dont vous etes le heros. IDEA art+society, Cluj, RO, n° 19
Keep it unreal, UPstreet magazine n°49, Paris
Poster/Publication for Association Entre-Deux, Nantes
Amiel Grumberg, What if Tom invented Jerry..., IDEA art+society, Cluj, RO, n° 15-16
Mirrors, insert Balkon n°13
All or nothing, Number° F, July issue
Mama used to say Number° E, Information without guarantee March-April issue
Judit Angel, Rendez-vous roumain, in Praesens
Jean Max Colard, Nouvelles frontieres, in Inrockuptibles n°312
11 young photographers, insert Balkon n°8
Alexandru Polgar, Esthetical operations with the camera, Balkon n°6


Born in 1970, she studied from 1990 to 1995 at the Fine Arts Department, Nicholas Copernicus Uniwersity in Torun, Poland, where she received her Master of Arts degree in 1995, and where she has been teaching since 1996. She concentrates on painting, drawing, graphic arts, and space-and- time- related activities. She now lives in Bydgoszcz.
2001 distinction of the Rector of Nicholas Copernicus University in Toruñ for artistic efforts in the academic year 1999/2000
2001 fellowships of the Polish Ministry of Culture for the year 2002
2002 nomination for the Polityka magazine ''Passports'' award in the area of finearts for the year 2002
2002 ''Artist of the Year'' title as result of a readers' vote in poll carried out by Gazeta
Wyborcza in Bydgoszcz
2003 ''Spojrzenia 2003'' award of the Cultural Foundation of Deutsche Bank
2003 fellowships of the Polish Ministry of Culture for the year 2004
2000 Lying 2, The 7th Construction in Process, Bydgoszcz
2000 Arte en orbita - The Artist Museum, Spain
2001 Woman about Woman - Bielska Gallery, Bielsko-Bia³a
2001 Masquerades - Inner Spaces Gallery, Poznañ
2001 OIKOS - Leon Wyczó³kowski Museum, Bydgoszcz
2002 Polacos - New Art from Poland - La Capella Gallery, Barcelona,
2002 Jab³oñska vs Jab³oñska - Sektor Gallery, GCK, Katowice
2002 Out-door AMS Gallery - Polish Institut, Berlin,
2002 Supermother - The Zachêta Gallery of Art, Warsaw
2002 Home Games 400 bilboards - AMS Gallery,
2003 Architectures of Gender, Contemporary Women's Art in Poland,
Sculpture Center, New York
2003 Art in a city - Out-door AMS Gallery, The Zachêta Gallery of Art, Warsaw,
Arsena³ Gallery, Bia³ystok, Bunkier Sztuki, Cracow
2003 Help - Manchattan Gallery, £ód¿
2003 White Mazur - Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin
2003 Spojrzenia - exhibition of artists nominated for the award of the Cultural
Foundation of Deutsche Bank, Zachêta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki, Warszawa
2003 ''Under the white - red flag'' - New art from Poland - Estonian Art. Museum,
Tallin, CAC Wilno, Lituenia
2004 Distances - Le Plateau, Paris
2004 Art in the City - Frankfurt,
2004 The International Biennale of Art, ''Critics' Choice'', Lodz
2004 Biennale of Polish Art, ''The Palimpsest Museum'', - The Museum of Lodz
History, Poznanski Palace, Lodz
2005 MADONNA - Kunsthaus Dresden


1994-1999 - School of Fine Art and Design, Krakow
Secondary education in the plastic arts. Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Photography, Computer, National Curriculum.
1999-2004 - Academy of Fine Art, Krakow.
Multimedia Studio in Sculpture Department. Modular studies including: poster design, philosophy of design, alternative design and ergonomics.
2003 - Cobweb, Potocka Gallery, Krakow
2003 - Quilt, Local Gallery, Krakow
2003 - Yellow Motive Project, Action in the public space, Krakow
2004 - Breathe, Action in the public space, Krakow
2004 - Warm- Cold, Goethe Institute/ Krakow, railway station, Krakow
2005 - Flowers, Otwarta Pracownia, Krakow
2002 - Money can't give happiness, Manhattan Gallery, Lodz
2004 - Beauty or Painting Effects, BWA Bielsko-Bia³a
2004 - Biennale of young artists, Centrum of Polish Sculpture, Oroñsko
2004 - Nature and/of Art, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow
2004 - Boys & Girls, Zachêta Gallery, Warsaw
2004 - Art Jeune / Consernes, Lille, France
2004 - Prym, BWA Gallery, Zielona Góra
2002 - Reset, Media Art Festival, Krakow
Magdalena Ujma, Women attack, 'Opcje'', 3/2003
Joanna Zieliñska, The artist as a mother, wife and lover, ''Zadra'', 1/2004
2003 - Potocka Gallery, Krakow (individual catalogue)
2004 - Art Jeune / Concernes, Lille
2004 - Boys and Girls, Zachêta, Warsaw
2004 - Nature and/of Art, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow
2004 - One year grant from the Polish Ministry of Culture.


(* 1963)
Studied mathematic analysis and management at Economy University in Bratislava (MA) and
arts at Faculty of fine arts, Technical University, Brno, Czech Rep. (MA), then he continued his postgraduate studies at Academy of Fine Arts, Bratislava, Slovakia (PhD. in Art).
He lectures new media, performance art, intermedia and sound art at Faculty of fine arts in Brno and multimedia and contemporary art in Acadamy of Arts in Banska Bystrica.

He started his artistic career as an autodidact in 1983 with manifestos ''Plays of the Plays'' and up to now, he created over 250 performances, exhibitions, lectures, projects, symposiums, books, films, CDs, CD-Roms etc. He is known as a performance artist, sound artist and conceptual artist who writes about new media, sound art, computer art, live and performance art. His artwork is based on scientific art research (from 2001 - philosophy of language and signatures). He collaborated with Rose Bolleter, Jozef Cseres, Ben Patterson, Jon Rose, Sachiko M, DJ MAO, Otomo Yoshihide, Bob Ostertag etc. He was co-founder of the body motion nonverbal theatrical performance group Balvan (1987) and Transmusic Comp. (1989), which introduced mixed-media, free improvisation and performance work in former Czechoslovakia. He is co-founder of Society for Non-conventional Music (Sound Off festival), civic society KRUH publisher of Profil- contemporary arts magazine where he is editor in chief-deputy (from 1991) and he is a member of WARPS - World Association Ruined Piano Studies (Australia). He was director of Slovenska sporitelna Bank Gallery (1995 - 2003).

Michal Murin
Rojen leta 1963 v Bratislavi. ©tudiral je matematièno analizo in management na Ekonomski fakulteti v Bratislavi in umetnost na Filozofski fakulteti, Tehni¹ka univerza, Brno, nato pa doktoriral na Akademiji za umetnost, Bratislava. Predava o novih medijih na Fakulteti za likovno umetnost v Ko¹icah in zgodovino sodobne umetnosti in video umetnost na Akademiji umetnosti v Banski Bistrici.
Svojo umetni¹ko pot je zaèel kot avtodidakt z manifestom Igre iger leta 1983. Leta 1987 je bil soustanovitelj gibalne, neverbalne, gledali¹ke-performans skupine Balvan (Boulder, 1987-92) in v letih 19891996 clan skupine Transmusic Comp., ki je na biv¹em Èehoslova¹kem vpeljala me¹ane medije, prosto improvizacijo in performans. Je tudi soustanovitelj Dru¹tva za nekonvencionalno glasbo (Sound Off festival, 1990) in èlan WARPS (World Association Ruined Piano Studies, Avstralija, 1997). Bil je tudi soustanovitelj dru¹tva KRUH, ki izdaja Profil, èasopis za sodobno umetnost, kjer je od 1991 namestnik glavnega urednika. V letih 1995-2003 je bil direktor Galerije Slovenska sporitelna banka.
Danes deluje kot performer, zvoèni umetnik in konceptualni umetnik, ki pi¹e o novih medijih, zvoèni umetnosti, raèunalni¹ki umetnosti in performansu. Njegovo delo temelji na umetni¹ko-znanstvenem raziskovanju, od leta 2001 dalje predvsem na filozofiji jezika. Sodeloval je z Rose Bolleter. Jozefom Cseresom, Benom Pattersonom, Jon Rose, Sachiko M, DJ MAO, Otomo Yoshihide, Bobom Ostertagom itd. Od leta 1986 je razstavljal in izvajal performanse na Slova¹kem, Èe¹kem, Mad¾arskem, Poljskem, v Sloveniji,
Srbiji, Makedoniji, Avstriji, Italiji, Franciji, Nemèiji, v Macau, na Taivanu, na Japonskem in v Avstraliji.
Veè informacij:

Under the Blue Sky, Open Gallery, Bratislava
Slovak Performance Art, Galéria BWA, Bialsko Biala, Poland
Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan Performance Art Festival, Taipei, Taiwan
The 10th Nipon Performance Art Festival, Tokyo, Nagoya - Aichi, Kyoto, Osaka, Nagano, Japan
HÍD, Vajda Lajos Studio, Sentendre, Hungary
Fluxorama, String them up, Mains D'Oeuvres, Paris
Performance Art Festival, Ernst Museum, Budapest
MittelFest 2002, SUPERDOWNLOAD, AREA 06, Cividale, Italy
ROSENBERG MUSEUM, Mains D'oeuvres, Saint-ouen, Paris

Action Art in Slovakia 1990 - 2000, Tatranská galéria, Poprad
Art in Action 1965 - 1989, Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava
Actinart - TransArt Communication, Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava
READY To..., Art as Archive, International Kunstler Forum and National Gallery, Prague
L'art de performance en Slovaquie - A partir d'une forme artistique et de sa réflexion vers la coexistence de mondes solitaires / Performance Art in Slovakia - From the Art-Form, and its Reflection Towards the Co-Existence of Solitary Worlds. In: Art Action 1958-1998. Ed.: Richard Martel. Éditions Intervention, Québec, Canada, 2001,
REALITY/REAL (E)STATE, Soros Centre for Contemporary Art, Bratislava
20. century in Slovak visual art, Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava
Hommage a Dick Higgins, Ernst Museum, Budapest
The Dark Side of the EI Huis, Experimental Intermedia, Gent, Belgicko
WARHOLES, Andy Warhol Museum, Medzilaborce
Rosenberg Museum, Flux Museum - Humor Kirche, Wiesbaden
STRING 'EM UP - Rosenberg Museum, V2, Rotterdam


was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
He graduated from the Art University of Belgrade, Academy of Applied Arts and Design as photographer and graphic designer. He had numerous one-person shows and took part in more than 70 group shows. Received grants for art projects in France and USA. In his commercial line of work he collaborates with many Yugoslav rock & pop stars, works for fashion designers and does editorials for best Yugoslav magazines. Worked for all major advertising agencies in Yugoslavia: Saatchi & Saatchi, Leo Burnett, Bates, Ovation BBDO, Sholtz & Friends, Publicis Virgo, ICPS, Cyber Entertainment... etc.
Some of the international clients were: Smirnoff, Lucky Strike, ICN pharmaceuticals,
Sony, Coca Cola, Reebok, Pepsi, Procter & Gamble... etc. Many ads featuring
his photographic work,were awarded at NewYork Festivals, Eurobest, Epica and Cresta.


Born: June 30, 1956 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Lives and works in Sofia
From 1984 to 1989 - Editor in ''Kultura'' weekly in the department of Visual Arts. Author of several articles on contemporary Bulgarian and foreign art.
From 1990 to 1992 - Editor in ''Fax-Art'' weekly.
In 1992/93 - President of the Club of (eternally) Young Artist.
Since 1995 - Member of the Institute of Contemporary Art - Sofia (Founding Member). Art manager and designer of the editions of ICA - Sofia: BULGARIAAVANGARDE (Salon Verlag, Koeln, 1998), Inventing a People. Contemporary Art in the Balkans (Istanbul, 1999), Locally Interested (ICA-Sofia, 2000), Mariela Gemisheva. Out of Season…Out of Fashion (Sofia, 2001), Take It Easy. Towards a Strategy for representing Bulgaria (British Council, Sofia, 2003), Manifesta and us (ICA, Sofia, 2003), Sofia as a Sight (Visual Seminar, Sofia, 2004), An Eye for the Pale City (Visual Seminar, Sofia, 2004), Balkan Reunion/Pub(lic) Conference (2005), etc. Art manager and designer of ''altera'' monthly mangazine (2005)

2005 - Quotations. Moscow’s Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow
2004 - Natural Modernism. French Institute, Sofia
- BC + KP + 36 = Project (together with Bruce Checefsky). SweetThirtySix Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio
2003 - Drawing as Craftsmanship. ATA Center/Institute of Contemporary Art, Sofia
2002 - Reading & Eating Ink, Grass, Ants, Wood, Remont Gallery, Belgrade
- Bugs/Reading & Eating (together with Bruce Checefsky) and other Texts and Watercolors, Ata Center for Contemporary Art, Sofia
2000 - ''The Most Wooden piece of Beethoven's'', Performance together with Krassimir Jeliazkov and Plamen Mirchev, Varna, City Gallery
- ''Quotation'', Goethe Institute, Sofia
- ''Hommage to Pushkine. The Text as a Still-Life'', City Gallery, Dimitrovgrad, Bulgaria
- ''Hommage a Pouchkine. Le texte comme nature morte'', French Institute, Sofia
1999 - Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
1998 - ''Short Stories about Love and Writing'', Ata Center for Arts, Sofia
1997 - ''Swiss Cross Book'', TED Gallery, Varna, Bulgaria
- ''Swiss Cross Book'', Ata Center for Arts, Sofia
- ''Art - Advertisement. Symbols and Vegetables. From Drawing to Object and from Object to Text'', French Institute, Sofia
- ''Switzerland Revisited'', Residency of the Ambassador of Switzerland, Sofia
1996 - ''
The Most Wooden Piece of Beethoven's'', Dossev Gallery, Sofia
1995 - ''Bulgarian Still-lifes for Foreigners'', Ata-Ray Gallery, Sofia
- ''European Kitchen Painting'', Akrabov Gallery, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
- ''The Most Wooden Piece of Beethoven's'', Autumn Exhibitions, Old City, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
- ''The Oh God, No/O Yeah' Book and other Books and Vegetables', KulturKontakt, Vienna
1994 - ''National Style'', KA Gallery, Burgas, Bulgaria
1993 - ''From Switzerland with a Wooden Fence'', Ata-Ray Gallery, Sofia
- ''Grüezi'', Scuol-Nairs, Switzerland
1989 - Gallery of The Decorative Art Magazine, Moscow
1986 - 108 Rakovski Str. Gallery, Sofia

2003 - In the Gorges of the Balkans. A Report, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany
- Bound/Less Borders, First Outdoor Touring Balkan Project, Goethe Institut, Bucharest, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Kassel
- EU-wide-en-largement, Europarliament, Brussels
- EXPORT/IMPORT. Contemporary Art from Bulgaria, Sofia Art Gallery, Sofia
2002 - In Search of Balkania, Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria
- Bound/Less Borders, First Outdoor Touring Balkan Project, Goethe Institut, Belgrade, Scopje, Rijeka
- Reconstructions, IV Biennial in Cetinie, Montenegro
2001 - EUROPA ERWEITERN, Industriellen Vereinigung, exhibition of KulturKontakt, Vienna
1999 - Apollonia Summer Art Festival, Sozopol, Bulgaria
- Drechtoevers Sculpture Park, Zwijndrecht, The Netherlands
- ''200 Years Pushkin'', Association of Art Galleries, Moscow
- Special Selection, International Book Fair, Leipzig, Germany
- ''Recipes. Contemporary Art Manual'', Institute of Contemporary Art, Sofia
1998 - ''Archive'', 6 Shipka St. Gallery, Sofia
- ''The Century of Artistic Freedom. 100 Years Vienna Secession'', Helsinki
- ''Bulgariaavantgarde. Kraeftemessen II'', Kuenstlerwerkstatt Lothringer strasse, Munich,
- ''The Century of Artistic Freedom. 100 Years Vienna Secession'', Wien
- ''Art and Notes'', Municipal Gallery, Rousse, Bulgaria
1997 - ''Back and Forth'', 3rd International Biennial, Cetinje, Montenegro, Yugoslavia
- ''Photographics' '' project, International Print Biennial Varna’97, Bulgaria
- ''ARS EX NATIO. Made in BG'', 4th Annual Exhibition of the SCA - Sofia, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
1996 - ''Bulgarian Glimpse Show'', Moscow
- ''Eastern Europe: Spatia Nova'', IV St. Petersburg Biennial, Russia
- ''Art on Wheels'', project of ''Food Carrier/Papp'', Munich, Germany
- ''Art in Landscape'', International Symposium, Gars-am-Kamp, Austria
- ''Plastic Image of the 90-ies'', National Palace of Culture, Sofia
- ''The Art Colony, Galichnik'', Skopje
1995 - ''Art in Landscape'', International Symposium, Gars-am-Kamp, Austria
- ''30 Grand Prix'', Union of Bulgarian Artists, Sofia
- ''Projects by...'', National Gallery for Foreign Art, Sofia
- ''AFRICUS", 1st International Biennial, Johannesburg, South Africa
1994 - Section 13, Union of Bulgarian Artists, Sofia
- ''Book-Art'', International Show of the program of KulturKontakt, Horn, Austria
- ARTEST, Sredetz Gallery, Sofia
- ''N-forms? Reconstructions and Interpretations'', Soros Center for the Arts, Sofia
- ''Moisture - Plainair of Avant-garde Art'', Arkoutino, Bulgaria
- Show of The Art Colony, Galichnik, Macedonia
- ''Ritual = Art, Art = Ritual'', 3rd Multimedia Festival, Sofia
- ''In Search for the Self-Reflection'', Plovdiv, Bulgaria
- ''The Artists of LETTRE INTERNATIONALE'' Magazine, Wien
- ''The Nail'', Union of Bulgarian Artists, Sofia
1993 - ''Works on Paper'', Ata-Ray Gallery, Sofia
- 1st International Print Biennial, Maastricht, The Netherlands
- International Print Biennial, Biella, Italy
1992 - ''Exhibition of the Artists Born under the Zodiacal Sign of Cancer'', Sofia
- ''Hair from a Brush'', Club of the (eternally) Young Artist, Sofia
- ''Medical Check-up'', Club of the (eternally) Young Artist, Sofia
1991 - International Triennial of Prints, Krakow, Poland
- ''Illusions, Illusions...'', Club of the (eternally) Young Artist, Sofia
- ''Happy-end'', Club of the (eternally) Young Artist, Sofia
1990 - ''Moderate Avant-garde within the Framework of Tradition'', Club of
the (eternally) Young Artist, Sofia
- ''End of Quotation'', Club of the (eternally) Young Artist, Sofia
- ''10/10/10'', Club of the (eternally) Young Artist,
1987 - ''Authors' Proof'', Sofia
1984 (biannually) - National Biennial of Illustration and Book-Design, Sofia
1983 (biannually) - International Print Biennial, Varna, Bulgaria

1999 - Bulgarian participation at the ''Inventing a People. Contemporary Art in the Balkans'',
National Gallery for Foreign Art, Sofia; State Exhibition Hall, Bucharest; Museum of
Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece
1994 - ''The Artists of LETTRE INTERNATIONAL'', Magazine, Wien
1992 - ''Exhibition of the Artists Born under the Zodiacal Sign of Cancer'', Sofia
1990 - ''Moderate Avant-garde within the Framework of Tradition'', Club of the (eternally) Young Artist, Sofia
1989 - Young Bulgarian Graphic Artists, Moscow, Russia; Ulan-Bator, Mongolia
1987 - ''Authors' Proof'', Sofia

2005 - Saskala ArtRadius, Haukivuori, Finland
2004 - Independent Projects, ArtsLink Program, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
2002 - Ziel 1 = Kunst = Ziel 1, Burgenland, Austria
1999 - ArtsLink Program, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
- Drechtoevers Sculpture Park, Zwijndrecht, The Netherlands
1996 - "Art in Landscape", international symposium, Gars-am-Kamp, Austria
1995 - "Art in Landscape", international symposium, Gars-am-Kamp, Austria
- KulturKontakt' studios, Vienna
1994 - Program "Book-Art", KulturKontakt, Horn, Austria
- The Art Colony, Galichnik, Macedonia
1993 - ARTEST/BINZ 39, Kulturzentrum Scuol-Nairs, Switzerland.

1983 - National Academy for Fine Arts, Sofia


(1950) was born in Pacir (Voyvodina, ex-Yugoslavia).
Founding member of the Bosch+Bosch Art Group (Subotica, 1969-1976).
One of the pioneers of the 'new art practice' of the 60's and 70's in ex-Yugoslavia.
Multimedia artist, art writer and editor.
Genres of art: installation, performance, electrographics, Eternal Network, post-conceptualism, visual poetry, art criticism.
Won Ludwig Kassák Prize, Paris, France, 1989; Forum Art Prize, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, 1993; Middle European Post Card Prize, Kaposvar, Hungary, 1995.
Grants: ArtsLink of New York (CEC International Partners, New York), 1997, 1998 - for collaborative projects with Csaba Polony, Oakland, California
His works have been on display on art exhibitions in Austria, Poland, Germany, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Canada, USA etc. Participated in several hundred collective shows and art festivals all over North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
One man shows: Paris (1973), Budapest (1975, 1979, 1992, 1994, 2000, 2002, 2003), Lublin (1976), Krakow (1976), Würzburg (1978), Montreal (1980, 1981), Québec (1993), Subotica (1986, 1987), Novi Sad (1972, 1973, 1976, 1984, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000), Tata (2001), Pécs (2002), Kaposvár (2003), Szigetvár (2003), Paks (2003), Baja (2003, 2004).

Selected group shows abroad:

1975 Visual Poetry International, Gallery 'de Doelen', Rotterdam; 't Hoogt Centrum, Utrecht; Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Aspekte - Gegenwärtige Kunst aus Jugoslawien, Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna, Austria
1977 Die Kunst der Avantgarde in Osteuropa Heute, Saal Hermann-Schafft-Haus, Kassel, Germany
Oosteuropese conceptuele fotografie, Technische Hogeschool, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
1978 Tendenzen in den Jugoslawischen Kunst von Heute, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund; Staatliche Museen Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin; Kunsthalle, Nürnberg, Germany
1979 Tendenze dell'arte Jugoslava d'oggi, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy
1981 Yugoslav Drawing: Current Trends, University Art Gallery, State University of New York at Albany, Albany, N.Y., USA
1986 Vetrina - Produzioni culturali giovanili dell'area Mediterranea, Piscina delle Pavoniere, Florence, Italy
1989 International Invitational Artistamp Exhibition, Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington, USA
1993 Exposition d'Oeuvres de Sources Éléctroniques, L'Institut Hongrois de Paris, Paris, France
1993, 1995,1997 OSTranenie - Internationales Videofestival, Bauhaus, Dessau, Germany
1995 Poesia visiva e dintorni (L'ultima avanguardia), Ex Convento di San Domenico - Musei di Spoleto, Spoleto, Italy
1996-97 Mail Art - Osteuropa in Internationalen Netzwerk, Staatliches Museum Schwerin, Schwerin, Germany; Museum für Post und Kommunikation, Berlin, Germany; Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary; Haus Dacheröden, Erfurt, Germany
1998-2000 Body and the East - From the 1960s to the Present, Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia
1999-2000 After the Wall - Art and Culture in post-Communist Europe, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden; Museum of Contemporart Art-Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary; Nationalgalerie - Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
2000 International Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany (with performance)
2001 Body and the East - From the 1960s to the Present, Exit Art, New York, USA
Polysonneries - 2nd International Live Art Festival, Les Subsistances, Lyon, France
2002 NIPAF 02 - The 9th Nippon International Performance Art Festival, Tokyo-Aichi-Kyoto-Nagano, Japan
2002 Balkan Art - 3rd International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Centar za vizuelnu kulturu Zlatno oko, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia
2002 Vetrina Internazionale del Centro Nazionale di Drammaturgia 2002: Arte in transito. Rialto Sant' Ambrogio, Roma, Italy
2002 Central-european aspects of the avant garde in Voyvodina, Museum of Modern Art, Novi Sad - Belgrade, Yugoslavia
2002 Fix02 - 5th Belfast Biennial of Performance Art, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, United Kingdom
2003-2004 Art-action: Recontres Internationales Paris/Berlin. Immanence, Paris, France; Podewil, Berlin, Germany
2004 European Performance Art Festival. Cultural Centre, Lublin, Poland
Der Lange Atem - Meister der internationalen Performance-Szene.
Europäische Performance Institut NRW, Maschinenhaus, Essen, Germany
Wired Banks - oevers in verbinding. Las Palmas, Rotterdam, The
Author of several books on art. Editor of Magyar Mûhely (Hungarian Workshop) magazine, Budapest.

Beke, László: One more Poetry no more. Híd, 1., Novi Sad, 1983.
Denegri, Je¹a: Balint Szombathy. In: Fragmenti: ¹ezdesete-sedamdesete. Umetnici iz Vojvodine. Prometej, Novi sad, 1994.
©uvakoviæ, Mi¹ko: Art as a Political Machine: Fragments on the Late Socialist and Postsocialist Art of Mitteleuropa and the Balkans. In: Postmodernism and the Postsocialist Condition - Politicized Art Under Late Socialism. University of California Press, Berkeley-Los Angeles-London, 2003.
Djuriæ, Dubravka - ©uvakoviæ, Mi¹ko ed.: Impossible Histories - Historical Avant-gardes, Neo-avant-gardes, and Post-avant-gardes in Yugoslavia, 1918-1991. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge-London, 2003.


was born on June the 2nd, 1971, in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania). He divides his time between Milan and Cesena. From 1990 to 1994 he worked as a lighting technician first and afterwards as a light designer for the theatre company A. Artisti Associati in Gorizia.
From 1994 to 1990 he transferred to Tuscany and collaborated with the Centro per la Sperimentazione e la Ricerca Teatrale of Pontedera run by R. Bacci, the Work Center run by Grotowskji, the Teatro Sudio of Scandicci and the Compagnia della Fortezza of Volterra run by A. Punzo, working both in productions and for the Volterrateatro Festival first covering the role of light designer and afterwards as Technical Director. He also collaborated with the company C. Tato e C. Quartucci of Rome, with the dance company Virgilio Sieni of Florence and for the open-air theatre Dutch company Dogtroep set in the old dock of Amsterdam.
Since 1998 he has been working as a lighting technician for the Sociétas Raffaello Sanzio of Cesena, engaged in several productions and world tours. Over the last few years, together with the director Romeo Castellucci, he has been closely following the creative design and realization of lighting, not just implementing prepared lighting schemes.
For many years he has been backing up the work on lights by using the camera in order to document and study light, form and especially darkness in the theatre, as if the two experiences (the studying of light and photography) were complementary and reciprocally necessary in order to increase the sensitivity and subtlety of a look at a progressive experience in scenic space.



is an artist and a performer from Trieste who was formed under the great Slovene constructivist August Cernigoj. At the beginning of 70ies she firstly exhibited and performed feminist themes in several Italian and international venues. Then she started exploring materials that are rarely used in the artistic field like tulle and copper. Attracted by
the esoteric language of symbols, she has developed various thematical series such as "The Dresses of the Soul", "Androgino-ginandro" and "The Knight". In her last performances, "Fragile!"(2003-04), she deals with the ritual of wedding and its fragility. With her critical perspective, she is interpreting this institution, until it becomes a nightmare.


born in 30.09.1973
Katrin Essenson is working since 2000 as a free-lance choreographer-performer-director. In 1998 she graduated from the Tallinn Pedagogical University choreography department and from 2003 studies Interdisciplinary Arts in the Estonian Academy of Arts. In 1999-2000 she worked as a dancer with Sasha Pepelyaev Kinethic Theatre in Russia. In January 2000 was founded creative union S.P.A. by Katrin Essenson and Taavet Jansen, what is meant to be a concentrated and collaborative field for creative people as well as to predispose exchange possibilities for/with creators from different subject field. Her first independently directed piece ''According to the law'' was awarded the first ever ''Estonian National Theatre Awards 2001 prize'' given for contemporary dance piece. Her works have been performed at various dance festivals in Estonia, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden & etc.

(selected works of creation) / 2000-2005
2005 ''flirt with metropolis'' / under title: ecstasy of communication - performance action initiated by Katrin Essenson, taking place on the streets of Tallinn Old Town / by performers at the same time similarly structured different interpretations and settings, performance connected to the (major) project Tricht/linn/burg /Estonia
''thoughts with attachment''- performance by and with Taavi Eelmaa and Katrin Essenson, performed as a short cut piece in Festival ''UUS TANTS 7'', premiere will be in Autumn 2005 / Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Tallinn / Estonia
2004 ''on the air'' - performance by and with Katrin Essenson, in Tallinn Art Hall
''on the fly'' - co-operation based piece with artist group WILHELM GRÖNER - Günther Wilhelm (dancer), Mariola Gröner (artist), Stefan Landrock (video artist) /Berlin and Katrin Essenson /Tallinn, premiere in Hebbel Theatre/HAU3, Berlin/ Germany
''Kanuti Labor 2'' - process aimed project, performances with and by SKALEN (Marseille), S.P.A. (Tallinn), WILHELM GRÖNER (Berlin) also performance ''on the fly'' vol .1., in courtyard of former cinema ''Helios'' in Tallinn's Old Town Day event/ Estonia
''Absolutely raw cinematic power, Vol.3.'' - performance in international video and performance art festival ''Viinistu 2004'' / Estonia
''Powered by Heroes, Vol.2'' - solo piece performed in festival ''UUS TANTS 6'' / Von Krahl Theatre/ Estonia
2003 ''...jusqu'ici, ca va bien...'', ''so far so good...'' - solo piece, premiere in Kanuti Gildi SAAL, performed in cities Pärnu, Haapsalu/ Estonia, also in Tanzfabrik / Berlin and in festivals Transeuropa'03, Hildesheim, August DanceFestival'03, Tallinn, Springdance Festival / Dialogue&Preview, Utrecht
''Sabbatum'' - S.P.A. meets music'' - directed by Katrin Essenson and Taavet Jansen; concert-performance with three dancers and musicians; medieval music band ''Rondellus'' played Black Sabbath songs arranged to medieval implement, premiere in Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Tallinn
2001 ''According to the law'' - piece with four dancers, premiere in Von Krahl Theatre, performed in Haapsalu, Pärnu and festivals August DanceFestival'02 / Tallinn, Drama Festival'02 / Tartu, Dance Festival Primo'02 / Malmö ''According to the law'' - included film version, idea Katrin Essenson, made by Taavi Warm, Esko Rips, film was also shown in festival Centre National de la Dance (CND) ''D'Est en Quest'' / Paris
2000 ''Diatessaron'' - made by Katrin Essenson, Taavet Jansen, piece with four dancers, premiere in Von Krahl Theatre, tour in Estonia and in festivals Baltoscandal'00 / Rakvere, Baltic Dance Univerity Festival/ Gdansk


2003 ''Springdance Dialouge&Preview'' - choreographers from Estonia, Netherlands, India and France seminar and meeting for one week in Utrecht
''Kanuti Labor 2003'' - a process focused corporative project with German, French and Estonian dancers, musicians and video artists, residency for two weeks in Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Tallinn
2002 Workshop in Moscow summer dance school, invited by Moscow Dance Agency ''tseh''
2001 guest teacher of contemporary dance technique and composition in Ohio Northern University, creating piece with/for students, Ada/Ohio/USA
2000 - quest teacher of contemporary dance, composition and improvisation in Dance and Art school ''Athena'' in Rakvere/Estonia (-2005 incuding 5 short pieces with students)

2004 ''Motorcycle for dreamers'' and
''Confession chair'' together with artist Minna Hint - sight-specific work-shop installations (Estonia)
2001 ''Pure Energy'' - presented in Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Tallinn and also in the park of Ammende Villa, Pärnu (Estonia)

2004 piece initiated by group WILHELM GRÖNER typo-choreography
''TEXTUR - tour de force'', premiere in Hebbel Theatre - HAU2,
2003,2002 Tiina Mölder ''House on Jaama Street'', premiere in Tartu
Theatre Lab, ''House in Rataskaevu street'' performed in Von Krahl Theatre; piece ''1973'', premiere in Mustpeade Maja, performed in cities Tartu, Pärnu, Rakvere, St. Petersburg
2002 Minna Vainikainen ''Birthday''/Von Krahl Theatre, premiere in
Kanuti Gildi SAAL
2002 Margus Kasterpalu ''Peeter''/Tartu Theatre Lab, documental
opera premiere in Tartu Sadamateater, performed in
Festival ''Baltoscandal''
2001 Andrus Laansalu ''New Elysium'', Tartu Theatre Lab/multi-media.
Premiere in Tartu Sadamateater, performed in ''Baltoscandal''
2001, 1998 Yoshiko Chuma: ''What's up'', August DanceFestival and
'' Unfinished symphony'', in centre ''Sakala''
2000; 1999 Jarmo Karing: ''1=3'', premiere in Tartu Theatre Lab and
''X-generation'' performed in Yekaterinburg
2000 Peter Bicknell ''Trankvillisaator''/ Von Krahl Theatre (premiere)
2000-1999 Sasha Pepelyaev, ''One Second Hand'',''List of illusions'',
Premiere in Kampnagel, Hamburg, touring in Europe and USA
1998 Charles Linehan ''Numbers stations''/ ESK production, premiere
in Von Krahl Theatre, touring in Estonia
1997 ''Pro Impro'' dancers and musicians project, performed in Tallinn
1997 Mark Taylor ''Korsair'', premiere in Pärnu Agape centre
1996 Pal Frenak ''Rendezvous'', premiere in Von Krahl Theatre

2003 Johannes Demling (Germany) improvisation with objects/performance workshop, 2003 Raoul Kurvits (Estonia), landscape installation workshop, 2003 Claire Filmon (France), improvisation, 2003 Jaan Toomik (Estonia), sight specific observation/ performance workshop, 2003- Mart Parmas (Estonia), Tai Chi, 2002 Kathleen Fincher (New York/USA), contemporary dance technique and composition workshop in Trisha Braun Studio, 2001-2002 Chang (China/Estonia), Wu Chu, 2001 Finn Walker (England), contemporary dance technique workshop, 2000 Yoshiko Chuma (New York/Japan), improvisation and composition workshop, 1999 Thomas Lehmen (Germany, improvisation and composition workshop 1999 Mark Haim (USA), contemporary dance technique workshop, 1999 Elisabeth Corbett (Amsterdam), Laban technique workshop, 1998 Sasha Pepelyaev (Moscow/Russia), contemporary dance technique and composition, 1998 Charles Linehan (England), contemporary dance technique, 1998 Benno Voorham (Netherlands/Sweden), contact-improvisation workshop 1996-1997 Dance studio Fine 5 (Tallinn)

English (speech-advanced level, writing-intermediate level), Russian (speech-advanced level, writing-intermediate level), German (beginner level)

visual effects with fire chains, fire blowing


was born in 1946. Between the years 1963 and 1969 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava under Professor Peter Matejka. In 1992 he was appointed Professor. Between 1990 and 2004 he worked at the Department of Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts. From 2004 he has been working at the Department of Fine Arts and Inter-media, Faculty of Art, Technical University, Ko¹ice. He lives in Bratislava (Slovakia).
He is one of the most outstanding representatives of Slovak conceptual art. His creative activities cover various genres, from painting through installation to photography and graphic art. His most important works include the following cycles, many of which were presented at exhibitions abroad. Claus Groh responded most favourably to the conceptual-action project titled Out of Tow, 1970, and mentioned it in his work Aktuelle Kunst aus Osteuropa, DuMonnt Verlag, München, 1972. There followed the cycle HABITAT, 1975, in which the artist fully developed the cosmological theme which, for a rather long time, was so significant for his work. In his cycle Habitat he contemplated, above all, the planet Earth and he expressed the Earth visually like a house, the walls and the roof of which he composed from the names of the continents. The global continuation of this theme was the cycle Pyramids, 1975 - 1978, there followed the cycle Concentration and Disintegration of Energies, 1976 - 1980, in which hitherto representation of the visual Universe was replaced with the image of artist's inner universe with own building units like birth, existence, extinction with the symbols of : *,—›, †. Sikora used the same units also in the subsequent series of action auto-portraits NO! NO! YES?. During the years 1983 - 1985 he made a large cycle Antropic Principle, the most subjective of all his cycles, in which, on the basis of the concrete scientific hypothesis he tried to depict a ''great unity'' between man and the Universe. Sikora's work of the 90s is typical for the creation of large paintings and graphic works. The spectrum of his contemplation was expanded and he became interested in suprematism in the cycles Graves for Suprematists and The Grave for Maleviè from the 90s, which he constituted as his own tribute to their avant-garde thought. In the present time in his work this theme has been recurrent, nevertheless, his cycle The Grave for Maleviè (Onward!), 1999 - 2005, has definitely an appellative character.
The participation at important exhibitions abroad:
Aspekte/Positionen: 50 JahreKunst aus Mitteleuropa 1949 - 1999, Hansard Gallery/City Gallery, Southhampton, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary, Fundació Miró, Barcelona, Spain, Museum moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Palais Lichtenstein und 20er Haus, Wien, Austria, 2000 - 1999
Der Riss im Raum, Galeria Sztuki Wspólczesnej, Zachenta, Warszawa, Poland, Martin Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany, 1995 - 1994
Europa, Europa - Das Jahrhundert der Avantgarde in Mittel und Osteuropa, Bonn, Germany, 1994
Akademie 1993, Akademie der Kunste, Berlin, 1993


Born: Dubrovnik, 14. 4. 1964.
Address: Galerija OTOK, Frana Supila 8, 20 000 Dubrovnik
Tel./Fax: 00 385 20 324 633, mob. tel. 00 385 (0)98 861 250
1987. Academy of Fine Arts, Sarajevo, Bosna i Hercegovina
since 1988. director Art Workshop Lazareti, Dubrovnik

2003. Buðenja u vrtovima sunca, Galerija Josip Raèiæ, Zagreb
2003. Linija, akcija u staroj gradskoj luci, Dubrovnik
2002. 11.09.2001., Mala galerija - Moderna galerija, Ljubljana
2000. Bez naziva, Urban Neighbourhoods, Kunstlerhaus, Bremen
1999. Kino Jadran, ARL, Galerija OTOK, Dubrovnik
1999. Bez naziva (Square-Vicitims-Heores-Revoluton, Museum), Galerija PM, Zagreb
1998. Èetiri i po tone, Muzej suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb
1994. Bubo Bubo Maximus, Galerija Zvonimir , Zagreb, UGD Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik

2004. Koordinacija, Karantena no 8 festival, ARL, Dubrovnik
2002. Lighter, Dom umeni, Brno
2002. Bez naziva, Akcija Frakcija, MM SC, Zagreb
2002. Priroda i dru¹tvo, Here Tomorrow, Muzej suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb
2001. 11.09.2001., Luèarica 8, Dubrovnik
2001. Globalization, Body in the East, Exit art, New York
2000. Himne, Nogometno igrali¹te, Festival plesa i neverbalnog kazali¹ta, Svetvinèenat

2004. Paris
2004. Cosmopolis: Microcosmos X Macrocosmos, State Museum of Contemporary Art - Costakis Collection, Thessaloniki. Greece
2004. L'arte del Mediterraneo, MACRO at Mattatoio, Roma
2004. Interrupted games, Galerie fur Zeitgenossische Kunst, Leipzig
2003. U prvom licu, Galerija PM, HDLU, Zagreb
2003. Re:action, Home Gallery, Prague
2003. Brightness/Svjetlina, UGD Moderna galerija, Dubrovnik

- Kladuio ©tefanèiæ, «Radikalno kulturalno», Kontura, Zagreb, 2004.
- Ana Deviæ, kat. «Buðenja u vrtovima sunca», Galerija Josip Raèiæ, Zagreb, 2003.
- Antun Maraèiæ, kat. Splitski salon, HULU, Split, 2003.
- Carol Kino, Croatian Modern «Here Tomorow», Art in America, 2003.
- Janka Vukmir, «Reflection on the City», International Contemporary art Network, 2003.
- Antun Maraèiæ, katalog Brightness/Svjetlina, UGD Moderna galerija, Dubrovnik, 2003.
- Antun Maraèiæ, «Sv. Vlaho, prosvjetli nas», Forum, Slobodna Dalmacija, Split, 2003.
- Igor Zabel, Cream 3, Phadion Press, London, 2003.


Born in 1975 in Rijeka. I have graduated painting on the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia in 2002 in the class of prof. Carlo Di Raco.In 1999, I was given a studio by the Fondation Bevilacqua la Masa in Venice, a found for young artists. In 2000 I spend a month in Berlin as part of the study programme, during the course where he and six other young artists fro the Veneto region were presenting the young artist scene. Since 2000 I am a member of the Croatian Association of Visual Artists (HDLU). On november and december of 2004 I was at the ISCP-New York residency program.

2005 ONI/THEM, gallery Miroslav Kraljeviæ, Zagreb, Croatia
2004 OBLI(LIK)OVAN/JA*, gallery Kortil, Rijeka, Croatia
Interno 12, curated by Paolo Angelosanto, Via Ratazzi, Rome, Italy
2003 NAJOBIÈNIJA IZLO®BA, («The Most Common exibition»), gallery OK, M.M.C. Palach, Rijeka
IZLO®BA - Gallery Fontikus, Gro¾njan / gallery To¹, Punat-Krk
2001 Igor E¹kinja, gallery Juraj Kloviæ, Rijeka, Croatia

2005 Linear structures, curated by Branko Franceschi, organized by Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art-Rijeka and Institute for Contemporary Art-Riga, Gallery Riga, Riga, Latvia
Ek-sistere, curated by Branko Cerovac, gallery Kortil, Rijeka
2004 Castrum Vallis, curated by Ravnica organization, Bale, Croatia
Radoslav Putar prize, winner 04, curated by SCCA (Institute for Contemporary Art), Zagreb, Gliptoteka HAZU-a, Zagreb
6+1 tra¾e gledatelja, curated by Ksenija Orel, Gallery juraj ©porer, Opatija
2003/04 EMERGING ARTISTS - Rijeèka situacija, («Situation» subtitle of the show) curated by Nata¹a Ivanèeviæ, MMSU, Rijeka
2003 Godi¹nja izlo¾ba HDLU-a Rijeka, anual award of the Association of visual artists HDLU,gallery Kortil i gallery Juraj Kloviæ, Rijeka
Garage - Centro culturale Candiani, Mestre-Venezia, Italy
Poetike slike - Mape realnosti, curated by Sabina Salamon, gallery Kortil, Rijeka
I CARE BECAUSE YOU DO, curated by Interno 3, gallery Contemporaneo, Mestre, Italy
2002 Godi¹nja izlo¾ba HDLU-a Rijeka, gallery Kortil i galerija Juraj Kloviæ, Rijeka
Young artists from Rijeka, Gallery Kortil, Rijeka
2001 15 International triennal of drawing, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka
Young artists from Rijeka, ex Pescheria, Este; Cividale del Friuli, Italy
Novoprimljeni èlanovi HDLU-a Rijeka, gallery Juraj Kloviæ, Rijeka, Croatia
2000 Godi¹nja izlo¾ba HDLU-a Rijeka, gallery Kortil, Rijeka, Croatia
Made In Venice, seven yuong artists from Venice, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Roma, Italy
Palazzo Carminati Invita, Palazzo Carminati, Venice, Italy
1999/00 83° collettiva, Nuova Icona prize, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Venice, Italy
1999 Segni Contemporanei,exibition organized by CAT-workweare,Palazzo Carminati,Venice, Italy
Autori/Tratti/Contemporanei, curator Antonio Arevalo i Aurora Fonda, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Venice, the exibition were presented on the Biennale dei Giovani, Roma, Italy
Wim Wenders e due generazioni, curator Luca Massimo Barbero, galerija Contemporaneo Mestre, Italy
PRODUZIONE RESISTENTE, curators Aldo Grazzi i Luca Massimo Barbero, Museo Virgiliano, Mantova, Italy
1998 Night Gallery, TAG, Mestre, Italy
82° collettiva, Cassa di Risparmio di Venezia prize winner, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Venice, Italy
1997/98 NUOVE FIGURE, gallery Traghetto, Venice, Italy


1965, born in Udine where he lives and works

solo exhibitions

"non conosco nient'altro al di fuori di qui " Villa Manin
Centro d’Arte Contemporanea, Passariano - Codroipo ( Udine )
"...steli, stami, spore, radici, pistilli…e altro" Ciocca arte contemporanea - Milano
"Mostri verdi e altre meraviglie " Graffio - Bologna
"La biglia che ho vinto ieri" Care Of - Cusano Milanino (MI)
"Malaga Malaga" Galleria TAG - Udine

group exhibitions

"Selfcondor" performance, Teatro San Giorgio, Udine.
"Tra autoritratto e percezione di sé" Galleria Neon - Bologna
"Periscopio" Refettorio delle Stelline - Milano. A cura di Angela Madesani.
"Ghost " Ciocca arte contemporanea - Milano
"Giardinaggio Spicciolo" performance al convegno Lo stato dell'arte 2. Rovereto (TN)
"Grosvater, Vater, Son" Duchamp, Andre, Missoni. Museun Junge Kunst -(Rathaushalle) - rankfurt. Germany
"Eccentrica" Rocca Sforzesca - Imola
"Nonno, padre, figlio" Duchamp, Andre, Missoni. Palazzo Frisacco - Tolmezzo (UD) dalla collezione di Egidio Marzona
"Le forme del suono" a cura di Sergio Risaliti. Ex Stazione Leopolda - Firenze
1994 "Composizione 1 e 2" con Cabiati, Moro, Rudiger. Galleria TAG - Udine
"...in primo luogo" Galleria TAG - Udine
"Critica in opera" a cura di Sergio Risaliti - Castel S. Pietro Terme - Bologna
"Nuova ingegneria per l'osservazione e lampi di genio" a cura di Sergio Risaliti con Beecrof, Cabiati, Manetas, Moro, Rudiger, Uberti. Campi Bisenzio (FI)


Artista associato all’Atlantic Center of the Arts con Mark Dion presso Civitella Ranieri Foundation - Umbertide (PG)
Artista associato all’Atlantic Center of the Arts - New Smyrna Beach - Florida (U.S.A.)


born in Leksand, lives and works in Stockholm

87-92 Kungliga Konsthögskolan, Stockholm

05 Galerie Aronowitsch, Stockholm
05 Rättviks konsthall, Rättvik
04 Kristianstad Konsthall, Kristianstad
04 Uddevalla Konsthall, Bohusläns Museum, Uddevalla
01 Vikingsbergs Konstmuseum, Helsingborg
00 Galerie Aronowitsch, Stockholm
00 Galleri Ahnlund, Umea

05 ''Contemporary Nordic sculpture 1980 - 2005'', Wanas, Knisslinge
04 ''huvudsats, bisats och rummen mellan orden'', UD, Stockholm
04 ''37,3 C'', Vikingsberg, Helsingborg
03 ''Adagio'', Gävle konstcentrum, Gävle
03 c/o Moderna Museet, Malmö konsthall, Malmö
03 ''Kabusa Invited'', Kabusa konsthall, Köpingebro
03 Samlingarna - samtiden i fokus, Dunkers kulturhus, Helsingborg
03 ''INSERT'', Erholungshaus, Bayer Leverkusen
02 ''The City. Stories about Riga'', By Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, State Museum of Art, Riga,Latvia
02 ''Sculptura'', Falkenberg, Sweden
02 ''structures'', Sparwasser, Berlin
02 '' MADE IN VENICE'', Röhsska museet, Göteborg
02 ''Dangerous Encounters- Facing the Others'', Pultusk, Poland
01-02 ''Det transparenta huset'', Statens konstrad
01-02 ''Odyssey-The geography of identity",National Touring Exhibitions, Norway
01 "Connecting Worlds: Contemporary Sculpture from the European Union Contries",Kennedy Center, Washinton DC
01 "Outlanders", Waygood and Stowell Street Galleries, Newcastle, England
01 "Attitude of Mind and Imagination", M.K Ciurlionis National Museum of Art, Kaunas, Lithuania
00 "Take Away", book projekt at the trains between Malmö -Copenhagen,Kulturbro
00 "iHOP", Lunds konsthall, Lund
00 "Viva Scanland", Catalyst Arts, Belfast
00 "By the way", studio # II, IASPIS, Sthlm
00 "Cave",by Goshka Macuga, Konstakuten, Sthlm
00 "70/2000: The Road to Meikle Seggie Seven Points of View, Edingburgh City Art Centre, Edingburg
99-00 "N.E.W.S", Zamek Ksiazat Pomorskich, Szczecin; Galerija Noass, Riga; Balic Art Center, Visby
99-00 "Hemort", Municipal Gallery of Athens;Dalanas Museum, Falun; Forum de Bonlieu,Annecy; Maison des Arts, Tunis


Born in 1961 in Ahus, Sweden
Lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden

1990 Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1988-89 Jan van Eyck Akademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Maastricht, The Netherlands
1984-86 University of Stockholm, Sweden (studies in philosophy, history of ideas, and aesthetics)
1983-84 Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden (studies in contemporary music)
1983-84 Studies in electronic music composition for Bill Brunson

2001 Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden
1999 Galleri Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden
Simrishamns Konsthall, Simrishamn, Sweden
Galleri SVD, (web project in collaboration with the daily newspaper Svenska Dagladet)
1996 Galleri Andréhn-
Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden
1992 Mölndals Konsthall, Mölndal, Sweden
Galleri Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden
Galleri Krognoshuset, Lund, Sweden
Kulturhuset, (The Culture Center of Stockholm), Sweden
1991 Norrköpings Konstmuseum (The Art Museum of Norrköping), Sweden
1990 Galerie Oboro, Montréal, Canada
1989 Galleri Sten Eriksson, Stockholm, Sweden
1988 Galleri Enkehuset, Stockholm, Sweden
1987 Galleri Lang, Malmö, Sweden

2005 Citizens, PM Gallery, London, Great Britain,
Citizens, The City Gallery Leicester, Great Britain
Citizens, Oriel Davies, Wales, Great Britain
2004 Delayed - On Time (one view of the contemporary art scene in Sweden), Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia
Non Standard Cities, Berlin, Germany
A Guide to the Tourist Gaze, Kulturhuset. Stockholm, Sweden
100 Artists See God, Institute of Conntemporary Arts (ICA), London, Great Britain
100 Artists See God, The Jewish Museum, San Francisco, San Francisco, USA
100 Artists See God, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, USA
Momentum 04, Nordic Festival of Contemporary Art, Moss, Norway
Topographies of Populism, DOM and Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria
2003 Trees of Light, Institute of European Culture, Pultusk, Poland
Trees of Light, Vardo-Seminar Foundation - International Institute for Art and Culture, Ciechanów, Poland
Sugli Uomini, Sul Futuro dell'Umano, Chiesa de S.Paolo, Galleria D206 in Modena and Galleria Civica - Paggeria 1 in Sassuolo, Italy
Todos somos pecadores (We Are All Sinners), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey (MARCO), Moterrey, Mexico
Über Menschen, Schiller Museum and ACC Gallery, Weimar, Germany
L'Artist Portatif, Centro Cultural de México, Paris, France
2002 Todos somos pecadores (We Are All Sinners)‚Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico
Dangerous Encounters: Facing the Others, Institute of European Culture, Pultusk, Poland
Fundamentalisms of the New Order, Charlottenborg Exhibition Building, Copenhagen and NIFCA, Denmark
Public Opinion, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
Ume Glokal, Umea, Sweden
Manifesta 4 - European Biennial for Contemporary Art, Frankfurt, Germany
BEFF, Project 304,Bankok, Thailand
Snowflakes, Vita boxen, Umea, Sweden
The Eukabeuk Event, Changmai, Thailand
2001 The Silk Purse Procedure, Arnolfini Art Center, Bristol, Great Britain
Hypnosis, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
Shifte, Malmoe Art Museum, Malmoe, Sweden
The Future is Now!, Louisiana, Humlebak, Denmark
Sign of Resistance - MoMA meets Moderna 1960-2000, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Television, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
2000 Se stasera sono qui, Norrtälje Konsthall, Sweden
Material 10 ar, Art Node, Stockholm, Sweden
Old School vs New School, Filmform, Stockholm
1999 Mot en lyckligare mänsklighet, Arbetets Museum, Norrköping, Sweden
Transmute, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, USA
Wanas Sculpture Park, Wanas, Sweden
Transport, Nordhall, Goethenburg, Sweden
The Stockholm Syndrome, International CD-ROM project
1998 Transpositions, South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
Laissez Faire, Printed Matter, New York
Robben Island Museum, Robben Island, South Africa
Tid & minne, Galleri Enkehuset, Stockholm, Sweden
Malmö Art Museum, Malmö, Sweden
Statens Konstrads galleri, Stockholm, Sweden
Public art project, Mitthögskolan, Sundsvall, Sweden
Liste, Basel, Switzerland
1997 Rum, Edsviks konst & kultur, Sollentuna, Sweden
1996 Station, public art project, Gothenburg, Sweden
Love All, Färgfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden
[a:t], Internet exhibition, www.art.a.se
1995 Ana'logos, Stockholm, Sweden
Zonnehof, Amersfort, The Netherlands
Incidental Alterations, P.S. 1 Museum, New York, USA
Älg i solnedgang, Olle Olsson-Huset i Hagalund, Sweden;
Älg i solnedgang, Sandvikens Konsthall, Sweden
Älg i solnedgang, Skövde Konsthall, Sweden
New Acquisitions, Fotografiska Muséet (The Museum of Photography), Fotomässan, Gothenburg, Sweden
1994 Open studios, The Clocktower Gallery, New York, USA
Combi-Naçion, Galleri Enkehuset, Stockholm, Sweden
Combi-Naçion, Lunds Konsthall, Sweden
Combi-Naçion, Västerbottens Museum, Umea, Sweden
Combi-Naçion, Amos Anderssons Museum, Helsinki, Finland
In och sen ut, Bohusläns museum/Konsthallen, Uddevalla, Sweden
Züge Züge, Städtische Galerie, Göppingen and Gallerie der Stadt, Esslinge, Germany
Combi-Naçion, sPanstwowa Galeria Sztuki, Sopot, Poland
1993 Kommentera, Ahus, Sweden
Moving, de Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Combi-Naçion, Museo Mural Diego Rivera, Mexico City, Mexico
PROSPECT 93, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
Worlds, Galleri Ursula Walbröl, Hilden bei Düsseldorf, Germany
1992 Room In Between Rooms, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Through the Viewfinder, de Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Out of Reach, The Kitchen, New York, USA
1991 Kunst Landshaft Europa, Kunstverein Rosenheim, Germany
Interface, Nordiskt Konstcentrum, Finland
56 N/Nordisk Video Panorama, Arhus, Denmark
Vy, Stockholm, Sweden
Position, Galleri Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Sweden
Lysverket, Oslo, Norway
The Areal Kit, Norrköpings Konstmuseum (The Art Museum of Norrköping), Sweden
The Aerial Kit, Yksa/Monta, Galleri Peini Agora, Helsinki, Finland
The Aerial Kit, Diagramma, Milan, Italy
AV-ark, Helsinki, Finland
VAN, Image Forum, Tokyo, Japan
Luz de Invernio, Museo Parque Rodo, Montevideo, Uruguay
Centra Sant Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina
European Media Festival, Osnabrück, Germany
VAN, Det Konglige Kunstakademi, Copenhagen, Denmark
The European Meeting for Art and Technology, Patras, Greece
VAN, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, USA
911 Media Art Center, Seattle, USA
Pacific Film Archive, San Francisco, USA
Video Fest 91, Berlin
PRIM, Galerie OBORO, Montréal, Canada
Kansas Video Festival, Kansas City, USA
1990 The Areal Kit, Ahus Museum, Sweden
Interface, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
1989 Konstant 90, University of Leningrad, Russia
Konstforum, Norrköping, Sweden
Re-form, Gothenburg, Sweden
Alternative Film/Video 1989, Akademski Filmski Dom Kulture, Belgrade, Serbia
VRO 89, Wroclaw, Poland
1988 41'eme Festival International du Film/Marché du Film, Locarno, Switzerland
The Australian Video Festiestival, Sydney, Australia
Kunst Kongress, Hamburger Kunstverein, Hamburg, Gemany
Konstant 90, University of Stockholm, Sweden
The Observatory, Kettles Yard, Cambridge, Great Britain
Edge 88, London, Great Britain
Videonale, Bonn, Germany
Japan Nu/SVerige Nu:, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Sweden
Japan Nu/SVerige Nu:, Örebro Konsthall, Sweden
Japan Nu/SVerige Nu:, Konstcentrum, Gävle, Sweden
Japan Nu/SVerige Nu:, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden
Japan Nu/SVerige Nu:, Södertälje Konsthall, Sweden
Japan Nu/SVerige Nu:, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
3:e Videofestivalen, Aarhus, Denmark
1987 Nordlyd, Henie-Onstad Kunstcenter, Hovikodden, Norway
U-media, Umea, Sweden
Monitor 87, Frölunda Kulturhus (The Culture Center of Frölunda), Sweden
Ave 87, Arnhem, Netherlands
1985 Video Art Video, Kulturhuset (The Culture Center of Stockholm), Stockholm (performance and sound installation)
Galleri TV, Malmö, Sweden
Galleri Sub Bau, Gothenburg, Sweden
1984 Det femte elementet, Borgholms slottsruin, Sweden
Det Femte Elementet, Borgholms Slottsruin, Sweden (performance)
Kätte, Galleri Barbar, Stockholm, Sweden (performance)
Beta, Studio 54, Stockholm, Sweden (performance)
Kökkenmödding, Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden (performance)
Rundgang, Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden (performance)
Karva, Stockholm, Sweden (performance)
1983 Galleri BarBar, Stockholm, Sweden (performance)
Pictura, Pictura/ Skanska Konstmuseet, Lund, Sweden (performance)
Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden (performance)
1982 Kenningar, Pictura/Skanska Konstmuseet, Lund Sweden (performance)

Mans Wrange is represented by Galleri Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm


2004 ''Informal Architecture Exhibition, University of Calgary, Canada
2004 ''The Sphinks will Devour You'' Karsi Sanat Calismalari, Istanbul, Turkey (curated by Beral Madra)
2003 ''Parallel Time'' Asian Contemporary Art Exhibition, Hang Zhou, China
2003 ''In Limbo'' 50 th Venice Biennale, The Pavilion of Turkey, Italy (curated by Beral Madra)
2003 ''ºifre/password:Istanbul'', Diyarbakir Sanat Merkezi, Diyarbakir, Turkey (curated by Beral Madra)
2002 ''60 Years, 60 Artists'' Eczacibaºi, Tüyap Fuar ve Kongre Merkezi, Istanbul
2002 ''Sheshow'' Ata Contemporary Art Center, Sofia, Bulgaria (curated by Beral Madra)
2001 ''Voices from Homeland'' Karºi Sanat Çaliºmalari, Elhamra Pasaji, Istanbul
2000 '' Local Goods'' Elhamra Galerisi, Istanbul
2004 Banff Centre, Informal Arcitecture Residency Proram, Calgary, Canada
1992 Writting and Thinking Program, Bard College, New York, USA
1996 Art Forum, Savannah College of Art and Design, Georgia, USA
1983-88 Mimar Sinan University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Painting Department , Istanbul


Born in Skopje, Macedonia, in 1961. Graduated in 1984 from Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Completed her postgraduate in 1987 at the same Faculty. Study trip to Venice in 1988, at the Academy of Fine Arts. Lives and works in Skopje.
Sole Exhibitions:
2003 Venice - Italy, 50-th Venice Biennial, Macedonian Pavilion, ''Passage''; Bitola, Institute Museum and Gallery; 2002 Skopje, Museum of the City of Skopje, Open Graphic Art Studio ''Sheddings''; Belgrade - Yugoslavia, Gallery of the Culturel Centre of Belgrade ''Garments''; 2001 Skopje, CIX Gallery ''Last Line''; 1998 Skopje, ''Skopje' Art Gallery, Daut Pasha Amam ''Hemming Glass Fragments''; 1996 Struga, Popular Museum, Struga; 1992 Belgrade - Yugoslavia, ''Most'' Gallery; 1989 Skopje, ''Skopje Art Gallery, Daut Pasha Amam; 1987 Belgrade - Yugoslavia, Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts, Master of Arts Exhibitions.
Group Exhibitions:
2004 Murska Sobota - Slovenia, Gallery of Murska Sobota, European Triennial of Small-Scale Sculpture ''Renaissance of the Statuette''. 2002 Paris - France, Autmn Salon, Museum of the City, ''Globalization and Identity''; Skopje, Museum of Contemporary Art ''Big framing'';2001 Skopje, Museum of Contemporary Art ''Quotations''; Skopje, Artistic Intercommunications in Skopje, ''Shining the Site''; 1999 Skopje, Museum of Contemporary Art, ''Narcissisms''; 1997 Skopje, Cifte Amam 3, Projects and Installations; 1996 Skopje, Cifte Amam 2, Projects and Installations; Sofia - Bulgaria, International Triennial of Painting; Paris - France, Site des Arts, Fifty Years of DLUM Existance; Gornji Milanovac - Yugoslavia, 4 International Biennial of Miniature Art;1988 Geneva - Switzerland, Saint Gervais Cultural Centre, Days of Yugoslav Video; 1987 Osnabruck - Germany, European Media Festival; Novi Sad - Yugoslavia, Workers' University, Video Art; Belgrade - Yugoslavia, Student Cultural Centre, Alternative, film, video; Ljubljana - Slovenia, Cankar Centre, Video - CD; Sarajevo - Bosnia and Hertsegovina, Museum of the Winter Olimpics, Video Encounter.


Private property. Warszawa, PL: Wizytujaca Galeria
Tenderness. Kyiv, UA: Center for Contemporary Art at NaUKMA
Open theses chair & dictionary of forgotten metaphors (with Pavel Braila), Maastricht, ND: Jan van Eyck Academie
Three categories of things & Ideal study. Tipova, MD: KSA:K
Invitation to Australia, or, a one-story museum. Kyiv, UA: Center for Contemporary Art at NaUKMA
Resultate 2000. Wien, AT: Palace Wittgenstein


ONE MAN SHOW [selection]
2000 - "Malevich Last Love", Chisinau, Moldova
1995 - OSCE Head Quarters, Chisinau, Moldova
1993 - "ELITA" Gallery, Chisinau, Moldova
1991 - "VOK" Gallery, Tarnobjeg, Poland

2004 - ''DONUMENTA'', Regensburg, Germany
2003 - ''Blood and honey'', Vienna, Austria
2001 - ''Beyond the City'' project, Moscow, Russia
- InvAsia project, Orhei, Moldova
2000 - ''?INOVARI (imitazia)'', Chisinau, Moldova
- ''Identity Signs'', Chisinau, Moldova
1999 - Transit Napok'99, exhibition of Moldavian Contemporary Art, Cluj, Romania
- Summer camp for artists - Carbonart, Chisinau, Moldova
1998 -''Gioconda's smile'' Performance Festival, SCCA Chisinau, Moldova
1997 -'' Pune ochiul'', foto exhibition, Chisinau, Moldova
- ''Carbonart 97'' Radeni, Ungheni, Moldova
- ''Urma'' Gallery, Sangeorz-Bai, Romania
- ''Messages from Countryside - REflections in RE'' 2d annual exhibition of SCCA Chisinau, Moldova
1996 - ''L'Arbre de Vie'' Gallery, Die, France
- ''METROPOL'' Gallery, Moscow, Russia
- ''Carbonart,'' Sadova, Moldova
- ''Kilometrul 6,'' SCCA Annual Exhibition, Chisinau, Moldova
1995 - ''ELITA'' Gallery, Chisinau, Moldova
1994 - ''VITOCHA'' Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
1993 - ''ART MIF'' Exhibition, Manege Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1992 - ''Diaspora'' Exhibition, Central Artists Hall, Moscow, Russia
1990 - ''Me,'' Chisinau, Moldova
- ''PHANTOM'' Group, Art Gallery, Izmail, Ukraine/ Chisinau, Moldova
1989 - ''Exhibition of Nonfigurative Art,'' Chisinau, Moldova

2002 - Carbon ART, Tipova, Moldova
1999 - MONEY, Chisinau, Moldova


born 1968 / 1974, work together since 2000
A WarLike People, Monorchid Gallery, Phoenix, Arizona
Terrorvision, Exit Art Gallery, New York
Revolutions Reloaded, Artra Gallery, Milano; Play Gallery, Berlin
Media-Space 04, Micro Utopia Re-Utilisation and Shifts in Urban Space, Stuttgart
Orase de Consum, Vector Gallery, Iasi / solo
Consuming the City, Buchsenhausen Labor, Innsbruck / solo
Europa Jetzt, Mak Nite, MAK, Wien
Persepolis/ The Palace, 2020 home gallery, Bucharest / solo
Cosmopolis Biennial, State Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki
The Making of Balkan Wars: The Game, Centro Cultural Conde Duque, Media Lab Madrid / Channel 0, Personal Cinema, Montevideo Time Based Arts
Living Units, Project Room, Ludwig Museum, Budapest / solo
Cybersonica 03, ICA, London
LOOP'00, Canal loop, Barcelona
Personal Places, A+A Gallery Venice
Border Device(s), insert in Border Counter / Multiplicity Collective, Utopia Station, the 50th Venice Biennial; Roomade Gallery, Bruxelles
Arcipelago, 11th International Festival of Short Films and New Images, Rome
Stuttgarter Filmwinter Festival for Expanded Media, Stuttgart
ISEA, Orai, Nagoya / electronic theatre
Viper Festival for Film, Video and New Media, Basel (Florin Tudor)
Open, l'Imaginaire feminin, Lido di Venezia (Mona Vatamanu)
Coop Media Festival Kalinderu Medialab, MNAC Bucharest
Backup Festival, Weimar

Artists in Residence
2005 USF Verftet, Bergen
2004 Kunstlerhaus Buchsenhausen, Innsbruck
2003 Project Room, Ludwig Museum Budapest


born 1963
is a writer, publicist and a conceptual artist. Her most well-known work is the novel "Intolerance" (1988, reprint 1991), a fragmental story on alienation in contemporary world, which has been designated as an anticipation of the war at the ex-Yugoslavia territory.


Born in 1966. Actor, painter, and sculptor resident in Ljubljana. He graduated from the Academy of Theatre and Film, University of Ljubljana, and from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.
He took part in several exhibitions, eg at the Galleria dell Cantiere, Venezia, Bevilacqua la Massa, Padua, Jakopièeva galerija (The Nude in Slovene Art).
As an actor he appeared in numerous plays and films. His roles are characterised by a strong contribution to independent theatre (Gertrude Stein, directed by Vlado  Repnik, Banquet, directed by Emil Hrvatin) and theatre actions (in co-operation with director Matjaz Berger). He also worked under most notable directors of Slovene repertory theatre (Mile Korun, Janusz Kica, Vito Taufer, Paolo Magelli, Bojan Jablanovec, Diego De Brea, Katja Pegan, Samo Strelec, Jernej Lorenci and others).
In March 2004 he conceived the conceptual project Rodin, which was staged at the Moderna galerija Ljubljana in December 2004 in co-production with the A+A Gallery, Venice. In January 2005 the performance was set at the Gallery of Contemporary Arts Celje, Slovenia and in June 2005 at the Omissis festival, Parco della Rimembranza, Gradisca d'Isonzo, Italy. In April 2006 Rodin was presented at the Continental Breakfast - Memory (W)hole exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje, Macedonia.


Born in 1980 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, where he lives and works. After his education at the High School of Dental Medicine in Ljubljana, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, University of Ljubljana, sculpture program, 1999-2005. As his final work of studies he conceived his first short film, shot on the 16mm film. It presents a fusion of sculptural qualities in the film medium. He received the highest student prize in Slovenia, the student Pre¹ernova prize. In 2004 he took studies as an exchange student at the Swedish Polytechnic School in Nykarleby, Finland. He takes post-graduate studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana.
IN 2004 he participated in the sound and urban interventions workshop in Umea, Sweden and took part in an international video exhibition in the Platform Gallery in Vaasa, Sweden. He presented his work at two photographic exhibitions in Ljubljana and together with Tinaa Pitkejarvi exhibited in the Media Nox Gallery in Maribor. In 2005 he took part at the exhibition in Poland, conceived by The Vardo Seminar Foundation, Stockholm. In April 2006 he participated at the Continental Breakfast - Memory (W)hole exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje, Macedonia. In July 2006 he conceived together with Aleksandra Kajbiè the visual sound installation "18 Steps" for the Gallery of Contemporary Arts Celje, Slovenia.
He works in film, photography and sound, focusing on the edge of each medium and the connections between them.


Born in 1977 in Ptuj, Slovenia. In 2002 she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, University of Ljubljana and enrolled in postgraduate studies. In 2001 she studied at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin (Professor Aishling o'Brain). In 2002 she participated at the GASTHOF, the European students of art meeting in Frankfurt and in 2003 she took part at the G.A.R.Ba 2003 workshop - Giovani Artisti in Residenza in Basilicata, Montescaglioso, Italy. In 2003 she took part at the Theory in Practice, th workshop with Nicole Hewit, Dubrovnik, Croatia. In 2005 she was granted a Stipendium of the Cultural City Network Graz.
She participated in several group exhibitions, first at the Festival of Young Art in Ptuj, Slovenia, and at the Stone workshop in Lipica in 1997. She participated at the International Festival of Computer Arts at the Multimedia Center Kibla, Maribor, Slovenia, in 1998 and then also in the years 2000-2005. In 2001 she participated at the Real Presence with the project Competition and in 2002 at the Real presence II in Belgrade, Serbia. In 2002 she presented her video Street at Aprilski susreti in Belgrade, she took part at the exhibition START at Mestna galerija Ljubljana, at the Sock Society exhibition at the Fin¾gar Gallery, Ljubljana, and at SKIN - DRESS - Enjoyment in sculpturing at the Ljubljana Town Hall, Latobia Gallery, Slovenia. In 2003 her START was presented at the Karas Gallery in Zagreb, Croatia. She participated at the 11th Biennial of Young Artists of Europe and Mediterranean countries in Athens, Greece, in 2003 and at the Street - BELEF 04 in Belgrade. In 2004 she presented her work at Miklova hi¹a Gallery in Ribnica and at the 8th Summer Summit Ptuj-Chicago in Ptuj. In 2005 she participated at the 11th International Festival of Computer Arts at Kibla in Maribor, at the First Impression at MOYA (Museum of Young Art) in Vienna and also at the Territories, Identities, Networks - Slovene Art 1995-2005 at the Museum of Modern Art Ljubljana, Slovenia. In April 2006 she participated at the Continental Breakfast- Memory (W)hole exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje, Macedonia.
Her first solo exhibition was the Exhibition of Graphics at the Klu¾e Castle, Bovec in 1999. In 2001 she set the Installation on Urbanism and Art in Dublin. In 2002 she presented her video Installation Border and her sculpture at the Ptuj Castle. She was presented in the Belgrade Happy Gallery, in the framework of the Contemporary Art of Slovenia. In 2003 she presented her work at Here and Now, P74 Centre and Gallery, Ljubljana. In 2004 the presentation Intime Places (with Lada Cerar, Vesna Bukovec), took place at the NOVA Gallery in Zagreb. In 2004 her project Trustee was presented at Kapelica Gallery in Ljubljana and First Impression in Nottingham, England; Parallel was presented at YOLK art in Nottingham, England, Personal Link at Likovni salon Celje, Slovenia. and Searchers 2, at Invisible Spaces, Maribor, Slovenia. In 2005 the SMS Brothel was set at Kapelica Gallery, Ljubljana. and Special View A:B was presented at the P74 Centre and Gallery in Ljubljana. In 2005 she participated at Netporn, networkcultures in Amsterdam.
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is a multimedia artist working and living in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She has been engaged in the field of art since 1985. She made a number of video-films, fine art installations and performances. In 1992 she shot her first video film that was followed by seven more films. The last in the raw was an experimental film Le Grand Macabre. Her work was presented at several international video and film festivals.  and at group exhibitions - in 2005 at the Slovene Art 1995-2005: Territories, Identities, Nets, Museum of Modern Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia and at  "Projected Vision", SESC Sao Paulo / Vila Mariana, Sao Paulo, Brazil, in April 2006 at the Continental Breakfast- Memory (W)hole exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje, Macedonia.
Her performances include: Nostalgic Cut, 1985; Party, 1987; Black cave, 1988; Replicants, 1989; Mankurt I, 1990; Mankurt II, 1991; Uneasiness in front of the mirror image, 1993; Taiga, 1995; Station 25, 1996; Menhir, 1998; Homo Erectus, 2000. Her video films include: Hydra, 1993; The Visitor, 1995; Taiga, 1996; Station 26, 1997; Menhir, 1999; Homo Erectus, 2000; Phantom, 2003; Le Grand Macabre  2005.
She was awarded several prizes: Zlata ptica (Golden bird) Award for her multimedia activities in 1994; Bronze Bear Award for her video-film The Visitor at the 1996 Festival der Nationen in Austria; The best video-film Prize for her video-film Taiga at the 6th Slovenian film marathon in Portoro¾ in 1997; Sphinx Award for her video opus at the 2nd Videomedeja International Video Festival 1997 in Novi Sad; The best art video-film Prize for her video-film Homo Erectus at the Slovenian Film Festival 2001; The best of show - Gold Remi Award 2001 as best Experimental Short Film for Homo Erectus at Worldfest-Houston USA 2001. The best short experimental for Homo Erectus at the New York International Independent Film Video Festival.
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