EXHIBITIONS   / 6 – 9, July, 2017   /  TOWER D, II FLOOR


The work Invisible is an installation which uses technical possibilities of digital and analogue devices affirming their mistakes (glitches). Using the glitches the artist creates an interplay of light and sound which changes organically.

Vanda Kreutz was born in 1990 in Zagreb. In 2017 she graduated in New media at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb. She works in experimental film, animation and photography.




In the exhibition Syphony, comprised of several performative video works, a man always appears in the forefront (one of the authors of the video), in a different, previously conceived situation, set in a specific place. Whether it is the panting of rocks with water or banging on the remains of house in the water using a crane, the initial concept points to the aesthetics of nonsense, the insane actions, often in a funny way, emphasize the absurdity of human activity, connected to the social and political reality.

(from the text written by Sanja Kojić Mladenov)

Vladimir Frelih was born 1963 in Osijek. He studied at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the class of Professors Nan Hoover, Nam Jun Paik and Magdalena Jetelova from 1994 to 2000. In 2002 he became a Meisterschüler and earned his master’s degree in his class in Expanded Sculpture and Installation. The last ten years he has been active as an artist exhibiting in group and solo exhibitions in the contemporary fine arts scene, both in Croatia and abroad. He has received several awards for his artistic work. His works of art are part of both private and public collections of contemporary art (Kunstmuseum Bonn, Stadt Düsseldorf, MSU Zagreb, etc.). He is currently working as an associate professor at the Department of Fine Arts, at the Academy of Arts in Osijek.

Received his BFA in Art in 1991 and MFA in 2000 from the School of Arts, Novi Sad where he is currently working as s full professor at the Department of Painting. From 2009 to 2012 he worked as visiting professor at the Academy of Arts, Osijek, Croatia. His art practice includes paintings, ready-made, digital photography, video, performance, electronic sound, land art, robot design. He has exhibited his work in a number of exhibitions, art projects and film festivals – both nationally and internationally. He is a member of the Multiflex and Happy Trash Production art groups. His work includes conservation, restoration and teaching art to people with hearing impairments. www.draganmatic.net

Exhibitions are realized in a cooperation with Green Room Gallery from Zabok.