Bojan Gagić, multimedia artist, +385 91 200 7435

sound and light design

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twelve dead birds
two seconds
happy place
future divercities
here, where we are no more
positive feedback of an acoustic signal
between silences
sounds in disappearance
on silence
from agora to syntagma
remix mangelos
circleing for flute and other stuff
6666 weeks later
azot after bogdanović
azot after wain
lighterature reading
route 666
richter’s view
remix mangelos


Full Range Society

P R E F A C E :   A N A   D A N A   B E R O Š
Full Range Society is a participatory audio installation by the artist duo Lightune.G (Bojan Gagić and Miodrag Gladović) and part of the Actopolis Zagreb project Invisible Belonging, curated by Ana Dana Beroš.

Conceived by Lightune.G as a "composition in the making", the work consists of two parts. The first part is the installation ZVUČNE ISKAZNICE: SOUNDENTITY, taking place in Greta Gallery. The second part of the project will be introduced to a global audience in September 2016 as a web application, which is based on a virtual, statistically demographic sound map of Europe.

Lightune.G: (Bojan Gagić and Miodrag Gladović) about FULLRANGESOCIETY:"The installation at the Greta Gallery is a creation of personal composition which is formed by every visitor through the contribution of different parameters via a questionnaire with questions about gender, age, nationality, religion, marital status, assets, family status and so on. Every recorded data changes the structure of the sound in the room and the result is a personalized audio image of the single person. With this approach we would like to emphasize the uniqueness of every person regardless of the belonging to any social context."
"The web project gives us an access to the complexity of human relations inside of communities we call states. Through public data of the population in several European states it`s possible to observe the changes these countries went through the history. Like in the installation, the focus lies on the transformation from data to sound.”

ACTOPOLIS | The Art of Action A project of the Goethe-Institut and Urbane Künste Ruhr
Concept: Angelika Fitz
Artisitc direction: Katja Aßmann, Angelika Fitz and Martin Fritz
Project management: Juliane Stegner, Goethe-Institut Athen
Project coordination: Natalia Sartori, Goethe-Institut Athen
Project management: Urbane Künste Ruhr: Daniel Klemm
Local curators: Ankara / Mardin: Pelin Tan, Athens: Elpida Karaba / Glykeria Stathopoulou, Belgrade: Boba Mirjana Stojadinović, Bucharest: Ștefan Ghenciulescu / Raluca Voinea, Oberhausen: Geheimagentur, Sarajevo: Danijela Dugandžić, Zagreb: Ana Dana Beroš.
Co-producers: Goethe Institut Ankara(Thomas Lier; Raimund Wördemann); Goethe-Institut Belgrad(Matthias Müller-Wieferig); Goethe-Institut Bucuresti (Beate Köhler; Evelin Hust); Goethe-Institut Bosnien und Herzegowina(Charlotte Hermelink); Goethe-Institut Kroatien (Katrin Ostwald-Richter), Theater Oberhausen (Peter Carp)

first performance:

Ana Dana Beroš
participatory sound installation
Greta Gallery
part of Actopolis project
Goethe Institute
Matija Kralj
Matija Kralj

copyright: all rights reserved, Bojan Gagić, 2024.