The online space OPEN STUDIO is designed like any physical creative space of an author who from time to time invites the audience to visit him.
In addition to their own works and content, experiments and trips to various fields, the intention is to present interesting content of guest authors…
Dealing with the phenomenon of N. Tesla, one of his quotes caught my attention: "If you want to unravel the mysteries of the universe, think about energy, frequencies and vibrations." This idea permeates the project that addresses a symbolic question: What is Your Frequency?
In this art piece, I generate grass seeds on circular or square boards. Using higher frequencies and different surfaces results in complex shapes and concentric circles of seeds, which is then covered with soil and grown under artificial light for growing plants.
A series of wooden reliefs and their prints called Lines of Force and Formations also sides with the idea that all the data on forms exist woven and written within us, and that we are the ones who release them in accordance with our inner intuition and needs, and at a chosen moment.
By using a name that evokes the picture of the legendary Tower of Babel, seen by many as the place where all existing languages originate from, the project aims to ask several artistically articulated questions about personal attitudes towards languages, our blurred collective memory and its reliability, as well as towards cultural heritage and our awareness of it...
When observing the space around us, we concentrate on the bodies that fill that space, i.e., they are in the center of our attention, and seldom or almost never do we focus on their shadows. The shadow resides in our peripheral vision, it is not in the foreground, but it is the shadow that is responsible for the comprehensive experience acquired through observation.
He graduated from the School of Applied Arts and Design, Department of Metal Design in Zagreb. In 2014 He won the award at the International Exhibition of Miniatures in Vršilnica Zaprešić, and Miniart award in Rijeka 2017.
She graduated from the School of Applied Arts and Design in Zagreb, sculpture department. Participated in numerous presentations and education on ceramic firing techniques in Croatia and Italy.
She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 1967. She works in many techniques: oil on canvas, acrylic, watercolors, pastels, drypoint, etching, linocut. Nada Žiljak introduced a dual painting called InfraredART into painting.
Ciklus lijeve ruke
Sveti Ivan Zelina 1946.
Vilko Žiljak is Regular Member of Croatian Academy of Engineering. He got his degree as experimental physics graduated engineer, Faculty of Science and Mathematics, Zagreb.
In 2014 he graduated from the School of Applied Arts and Design in Zagreb. In 2015 he enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, majoring in Sculpture. In 2020 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb.
In 2015 she graduated from the School of Applied Arts and Design in Zadar with a degree in Painting Design. In the same year she enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, where she studied Sculpture.
Skulptura u neorjentabilnom prostoru