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sound and light design
twelve dead birds
margraf rudiger piano
here, where we are no more
positive feedback of an acoustic signal
sounds in disappearance
from agora to syntagma
ready made diary
LIVE SETShb session
circleing for flute and other stuff
concert for an empty bed
moire: pattern 01
moire: pattern 02
6666 weeks later
azot after cage
azot after bogdanović
azot after wain
VIDEOS / MOVIESdivision topographies
PERFORMANCESopen department 3c
how to explain fat to dead beuys?
encyclopedia of the dead
sunday on the country
BOOKSmaybe this is my city
LECTURES / PRESENTATIONSlectures/presentations
EARLY WORKSneue urform, kokowa, clair obscure, novinska rotacija
Bojan Gagić (born in Zagreb, 1969) began his artistic work in the late 1980s through performances and actions related to the activities of informal art groups Neue Urform (Sarajevo) and Kokowa, Rotor, and Clair Obscure (Zagreb). In the late 1990s, through the MAPA platform (Moving Academy for Performing Arts), he started working on various theater projects, participating in the production of plays, creating multimedia content, and designing light and sound. During this time, he also collaborated with Josip Zanki on a series of projects that focused on exploring attitudes towards death (Mirila, Enciklopedija mrtvih, Mrtvi ste?, Kako se mrtvom Beuysu objašnjava mast, Manulera).
He is the author of numerous exhibitions, installations, and performances in Croatia and abroad, primarily focusing on the art of sound. Gagić has published poetry in literary magazines and worked as a technical director for various theater, film, and music festivals. He has created several experimental videos, composed music for short experimental and animated films, mostly by Croatian authors, and designed light and sound for many theater performances.
Lately, together with Miodrag Gladović, he has been developing a special performance technique - luminoacoustics - which involves converting light into sound using the photovoltaic effect of solar panels. He is the cofounder of the Croatian platform for new sound expression called Sinelinea.
His work has received several awards, including the 3rd prize at the Guthman New Musical Instrument Competition, Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, USA (2012), the 2nd prize for multimedia content of the Croatian EXPO Pavilion (2012), the Audience Award at the T-Natječaj HT@msu.hr for Croatian Contemporary Art (2014), and a special mention from the jury at the Biennale di Venezia (for the light and sound design of architect Ana Dana Beroš' installation, 2015).
copyright: all rights reserved, Bojan Gagić, 2023.