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Aesthetics of Electricity

The exhibition Aesthetics of Electricity: Spirituality and Visual Art from the collection of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka exhibited the works of six artists – Mladen Stilinovic, ZeljkoJerman, Boris Demur, Mirko Zrinscak, Damir Stojnic and Tomislav Curkovic, created in the period from 1977 to 2014. The concept of the exhibition was designed to show the diversity of styles and practices in individual artistic quests for the intangible, spiritual concepts within the works collected in the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, said the artist and exhibition curator Nadezda Elezovic. Two artists from the younger generation, Stojnic and Curkovic, also shared their reflections on their works and the concept of spirituality.

Author: Mirela Huncek

Shooting and editing: Igor Paulic  


After Albania and Montenegro, the traveling exhibition of contemporary art, Art in Port: Coexistence for a New Adriatic Koine, arrived in Rijeka at the end of 2014. Twenty-five artists from the younger generation from Albania, Montenegro, Italy and Croatia exhibited their works, created in various media, at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. The exhibition explores the concept of identity of the nations connected and/or separated by the Adriatic Sea, with the aim of creating a common language. Croatian representatives at the exhibition are Ana Hušman, Nika Rukavina, Fokus Grupa, Davor Sanvicenti and Gildo Bav?evi?.
The exhibition is part of the EU project ARTVISION.


Dunja Jankovic an academy-trained painter who, upon graduating from the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts, earned a master's degree at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her work is dedicated to creating comics, illustration, design and various interdisciplinary combinations. In her latest series of works the artist explores the possibilities of illustrating sound, movement and vibration in a two-dimensional drawing.

I am very interested in translating comics into a different presentation medium: instead of in the books and paper, moving it into the Internet realm, making it movable and interactive, giving it another dimension of sound in the future. It is a weird mixture of mediums that I am playing with (half hand made, half computer manipulated), said Jankovic.

Author: Mirela Huncek

Shooting and editing: Igor Paulic  


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