KRATKI NA BRZINU SHORT FILM FESTIVAL / CATALOG + POSTER SERIES / client: KNB / 2016.
THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, MEDIA FACADE THE UNCONQUERED CITY: THE ISSUE OF HOUSING / PROMO VIDEO / In collaboration with: The Women’s Anti-Fascist Network of Zagreb, Katerina Duda, Iva Ivas / Curator: Darko Fritz / Photo and video courtesy: MSU / 2015.
REVIJA HRVATSKOG FILMSKOG STVARALAŠTVA 2015. FESTIVAL OF AMATEUR AND STUDENT FILM / VISUAL IDENTITY + CATALOG + POSTER + BACKPACK / client: HFS / 2015.
REVIJA HRVATSKOG FILMSKOG STVARALAŠTVA 2016. FESTIVAL OF AMATEUR AND STUDENT FILM / VISUAL IDENTITY + CATALOG + POSTER / client: HFS / 2016.
FESTIVAL ALTERNATIVER CHÖRE FETIVAL OF ALTERNATIVE CHOIRS / VISUAL IDENTITY + POSTER / client: Hor 29. Novembar / 2015.
DANI SUVREMENOG PLESA - SJEVER FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE / VISUAL IDENTITY + CATALOG + POSTER + BAG / client: VRUM / 2015.
DVOSTRUKI TERET - MAPIRANJE KOPRIVNICE PROJECT DEALING WITH NATIONAL SOCIALISM AND HOLOCAUST IN CROATIA, created through a series of workshops with highschool students in Koprivnica / VISUAL IDENTITY + PUBLIC SPACE INSTALLATION + PUBLICATION + POSTER / client: Goethe Institut / in collaboration with Saša Šimpraga / 2015.
NET.CUBE NET.CUBE is an online space that contextualizes, maps and encourages Internet art practices in Croatia / VISUAL IDENTITY + WEBSITE DESIGN / client: Centar za dramsku umjetnost / 2015. / visit the webiste HERE
VOJIN BAKIĆ, KALENDARI 100th ANNIVERSARY OF A FAMOUS SCULPTOR VOJIN BAKIĆ / WALL POSTER-CALENDAR (500 x 707cm) / client: SNV / 2014.
EMIL I DETEKTIVI THEATRE PLAY / PROMO BOOKLET + POSTER / client: ZKM THEATRE / in collaboration with Nina Bačun and Milan Trenc / 2014.
HRVATSKA MLADA LIRIKA 2014. JUBILEE COLLECTION OF POETRY
MJESTIMICE SVJETLO LIGHT IN PLACES, FESTIVAL OF LIGHT INSTALLATIONS / VISUAL IDENTITY + WEBSITE DESIGN and CODE / client: Mjestimice / in collaboration with Katarina Zlatec / 2014. / visit the webiste HERE
70. OBLJETNICA ZAVNOHA-a 70th ANNIVERSARY OF ZAHVNOH / PUBLIC SPACE INSTALLATION + POSTER-BOOKLET / client: SNV / 2014.
VIRTUAL MUSEUM DOTRŠČINA
VISUAL IDENTITY + WEBSITE DESIGN + CODE / 2012 / clients: Saša Šimpraga & Documenta / Collaboration with Niko Mihaljević
Visual identity and web design (and code) for a virtual museum concerned with WWII mass murders that took place in a wood Dotrscina, Zagreb. In the 1960s it became a memorial sculpture park, featuring some of renowned Yugoslav artists of that period. / The project was initiated by Saša Šimpraga and realized with Documenta. Visit the website.
TI SI TAKO HLADNA / POSTER 50x70 / client: BRID / 2015.
THE LATEST EDITION / POSTER 50x70 / client: FFZG / 2016.
VIZKULTURA / POSTER 50x70 / 2014
A simple programming script has, by the principle of random numbers, positioned twenty points within the poster’s given framework. These points served as a template for the drawing. A task generated from a task resulted in an abstract graphic, while the interaction itself in assigning a part of the authorship to the machine and coincidence.
MEMORIJALNA UTRKA / POSTER 50x70 / 2015.
50 POEMS FOR SNOW / POSTER 50x70 / 2014
PARK ZA KAJZERICU / POSTER 50x70 / 2014.
MILUTIN MILANKOVIĆ / POSTER / 2014.
COMMEMORATION / POSTER / client: SNV / 2013.
FAVOURITE RECIPE / POSTER 50x70 / 2010.
VELESAJAM KULTURE VISUAL IDENTITY + POSTERS + BOOKLET + WEB + VIDEO / client: Kultura Promjene (SC) / collaboration with Niko Mihaljević and Katarina Zlatec / 2011.
Velesajam Kulture/Culture Fair is a 4-day festival in Zagreb, open to interested participants within all cultural fields (music, theater productions, art, performances, film). Although the festival takes place in the Student Centre building, its participants are individuals that work independently of each other. Therefore, the concept was to create the identity that is both individual and mutual: every event of the festival had its own poster, which was part of the bigger picture – the festival itself. The individual poster in A4 size was the base of the identity – each poster can work on its own, but by arranging them in groups, a programme is formed. Categories were colour-coded so that the observer can easily find things of his/her interest. The billboard was made out of hand pasted A4 sheets, and the leftovers (pieces of billboard) were stamped and used as teasers all over the city. Each color codes one activity (music, performance, visual arts...). The covers for the booklets were also made out of A4 pieces of billboard (bend to A6) and stamped. Each of them was unique.
ZAGREB, JAVNI PROSTOR BOOK DESIGN / client: Porfirogenet / in collaboration with Niko Mihaljević / 2011.
"Zagreb, public space" (Saša Šimpraga, Zagreb, javni prostor, Porfirogenet, Zagreb, 2011) is a series of urbanological studies of parts of Zagreb which are common to all citizens, such as squares, streets, parks, cultural and other institutions. The book also discusses various urban elements such as urban sculpture, the problem of light in public space, street names, etc. It is a book of highly engaged atmosphere, which derives from the author's activism. Besides the historical overview, and current analysis of perticular public space or problem connected to it, the book offers proposals on how to improve the city.
AN ANTHEM TO OPEN BORDERS
CONCEPT AND PERFORMANCE Petra Milički / SOUND DESIGN André Castro / CAMERA AND EDITING Astrid van Niemwegen & Daan Bunnik / TEXT EXCERPTS Aleksandra Domanović (Turbo Sculpture, 2011) / IMAGE EXCERPTS Jan Kampernaes (Spomenik, 2010)
AN ANTHEM TO OPEN BORDERS is a lecture performance based on the specific context of the former Yugoslavia, and the phenomenon of social behavior on YouTube, which has developed to the point where pop music videos serve as monuments, triggering emotional reactions that span from nostalgia to fierce political divisions. The topic considers the more general theme of memory politics in the post-broadcast age.
During the exhibition the lecture performance took the form of an installation.
MONUMENTS OF A YUGO-SIZED GLOBAL VILLAGE
PARALLEL EXHIBITION EXHIBITION CONCEPT / WORM Rotterdam / 2012.
During the time of the final graduation show of the Piet Zwart Institute (July 2012) I set up a small parallel exhibition in a venue located across the street from where the official exhibition took place (Witte de With, Rotterdam, NL). In 'Parallel Exhibition' I displayed photocopies of papers tossed (by the students and staff of PZI) in the recycling bin, that I had been collecting since March 2012 (the period of final show preparations). The exhibition included several setup changes and on-the-spot production of exhibition catalogs.
COLLABORATIVE SETUP EXHIBITION CONCEPT / D DAY, Zagreb / 2012
'Collaborative Setup' is an exhibition that explores the notions of online identity performances while producing them at the same time. It is a system of the remote exhibition setup produced through collaboration between the visitors (organizers, volunteers and other participants of the exhibition/event in question) and me, the author from a remote place - wherever I might be at that point. The communication takes place through the chat program (especially programmed for this occasion) where the setup and location of each exhibit are being discussed. While the exhibit itself is actually the content of each chat discussion (i.e. its printout), the entire space of the festival becomes potential exhibition space. After the completion of each chat, the content is being printed out and displayed on the agreed spot, after which the collaborator takes a picture for the requirements of the exhibition catalog. Collaborative Setup was realized during 'D Day', a 3 day-long festival of design, which took place in an abandoned factory space in Zagreb, HR, while I was in Rotterdam, NL.
IDEAL CITY ARTIST BOOK / Werkplaats Typografie + ISIA Summer School / 2010.
The workshop assignment was to produce a work that refers to the ‘Ideal City’ - a painting by Piero della Francesca or Lucijan Vranjanin (the author is not certain). The painting shows the ideal city of the time (15th century). The project was inspired by the initial Google search results for the word ‘ideal’. Most of the results (web pages, images, texts...) were related to products, services and accompanying ads. I saw it as a great example of Herbert Marcuse’s theory set in his book ‘One - Dimensional Man’. Following Marcuse’s theory I started to wonder what could be an ideal city of today. It had to be the one which has the most ideal things to offer or sell. My new database became the Yellow Pages, which helped me find the ideal city by searching firms and companies which call themselves or their products ‘ideal’. In New York City there were over 300 firms and companies with the ‘ideal’ in their names. They cover all the needs and activities in ones life, from food to religion.
1985 born in Zabok (CRO) 2009 BA in visual communication (School of Design, Zagreb) 2011 MA in visual communication (School of Design, Zagreb) 2013 MA in networked media design (Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam) .... freelancing