Media Art from Croatia at at Collegium Hungaricum – CHB, 22.- 24. 11. 2013,  Berlin, Germany

“Kroatien Kreativ 2013” is the program with which contemporary Croatian culture will present the German public with its creative potential, in socio-critical, experimental and innovative terms as well as drawing from its cultural heritage, making visible the distinctive nature and importance of Croatia and its positioning in the common European House.

Ingeborg Fülepp curated an impressive collection of contemporary media art from Croatia. The compilation of about 40 short films and installation works covers a wide range from the early media pioneers to the fresh talents of today.

Artists: Ana Bilankov, Iva Matija Bitanga, Tomislav Brajnović, Jasenka Bulj, Andrea Crnković, Dunja Donassy, Sandro Đukić, Alen Floričić, Ivana Franke, Darko Fritz, Ingeborg Fülepp, Boris Greiner, Tea Hatadi, Ana Hušman, Igor Juran, Ivan Marušić-KLIF, Vladislav Knezević, Alem Korkut, Nina Kurtela, Dalibor Martinis, Toni Meštrović, Martina Mezak, Kata Mijatović, Nadija Mustapić, Zoran Pavelić, Nika Radić, Tanja Ravlić, Davor Sanvincenti, Goran Škofić, Slaven Tolj, Mirjana Vodopija, Vlasta Žanić


Ingeborg Fülepp

Partner: Directors Lounge, Berlin

pictured: still from Nightriders by Ana Bilankov, 2011



A live luminoacoustic performance as part of Directors Lounge at the Filmmuseum Duesseldorf, April 20th, 9:30pm

LIGHTUNE.G (light+melody+tone G/50Hz) is the name of the collaborative duo consisting of Bojan Gagic and Miodrag Gladovic, which they are using to put on their first collaborative project, Lighterature Reading. The project is based on the conversion of light from luminous objects into tone images via the photovoltaic effect generated through solar panels (under the influence of light, solar panels – silicon cells – produce electricity the strength of which depends upon the intensity of the light). Hence the name that defines the performance and the composition technique – luminoacoustics. Different sources of light (neon, halogen, LED, cigarette lighters, video projectors, etc.) generate different sound frequencies which, through further processing, can be transformed into a modular musical sketch. The base frequency is 50Hz (the tone G) and is a product of theatre lighting conversion.

Bojan Gagic and Miodrag Gladovic started working on the project a year ago in collaboration with Ivan Bauk, defining a technical solution for the conversion of the photovoltaic effect and the possibilities for its use in music research.

Lighterature Reading will be shown in cooperation with Kroatien Kreativ 2013 Curator: Ingeborg Fuelepp

location: Black Box, Filmmuseum Duesseldorf, Schulstraße 4, 40213 Duesseldorf