9 novembre 2008

Andreja Kuluncic - visual artist


Exploration of new models of sociability and communication situations, an interest for socially engaged themes, confrontation with different audiences, and collaboration on collective projects characterize Kuluncic's artistic practice. She sets up her own interdisciplinary networks, seeing artistic work as a research, process of cooperation (co-creation) and self-organization, often asking the audience actively to participate and "finish" the work.

Andreja Kuluncic has participated in major international exhibitions such as the “Day labor” exhibition in P.S.1 (New York, 2005), Tirana Biennial 3 (Tirana, Albania, 2005), the Liverpool Biennial (UK, 2004), the 8th International Istanbul Biennial (Turkey, 2003), "The American Effect" (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2003), on-line exhibition Translocations (The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2003), Documenta 11 (Kassel, Germany, 2002), Manifesta 4 (Frankfurt/Main, 2002), and in numerous gallery and online exhibitions held in Croatia, Austria, Germany, India, Italy, Slovenia, South Korea, and other countries. She has participated in artist's residencies at the Art in General in New York (2005), at Walker Art Center in Minneapolis (2003), at Artspace in Sydney, Australia (2002) and others.

She lives and works in Zagreb, Croatia.
Web site: http://www.andreja.org/