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As a part of the 2010 Melbourne Festival  (8-23 October) one of the world’s most renowned contemporary artists Bill Viola introduces In Conversation and offers a rare opportunity to hear him discuss his remarkable work.

“Throughout the Festival Viola’s Fire Woman and Tristan’s Ascension can be experienced at St Carthage’s Church, The Raft is showing at ACMI and his work is also part of the Mortality exhibition at ACCA.
Ocean Without a Shore is a permanent installation at NGV International until 13 September 2010.”

Video Art enables Video statics, a Zero expression of Art or simultanity and creates deep affections filled with astonishment, thus witnesses “a new economy of seeing”.  It also enables a Video dynamics through electronic processing figuration and montage. You can find out more about this powerful Art extended media in a short presentation  on  VIDEO_ART.



An Ego in ordinary life and the Ego in Contemporary Art as well destroy explicitly the Art of Witnessing and Waiting through a Process!  As self-proclaimed creator Ego or Narcissus  jumps in his mind and  creates more problems…

How to heal the Postmodern Art? “Simply watching the thoughts, the noise inside there, and just waiting for it to be clear.” So, what is the most natural, divine and spiritual Creation you can imagine? Art of Imagination, Meditation and Sexual healing!

“Sexuality means “sex appeal”, erotic phenomenon, not as hedonism. Erotic attraction, as magnetism, the states of potent exsistence and especially autoerotics compose a strongly exalted mental image, as a bases for photogenics.

Such mental image creates a “counterpart” or phantom who is connected closely to photogenics. In video art and experimental films sexuality is expressed as extremely freed and natural energetic source, without simulations.”

(From Vesna Srnic` s Master`s degree: Video at the Origin of Image, https://media-via.net/scientific-research )


The Croatian Museum of Contemporary Art (Muzej suvremene umjetnosti-MSU) was founded in 1954 with the aim of following, documenting and promoting events, styles and phenomena in contemporary art. After the old museum, which was located in the Upper Town, new museum was opened in 2009 between capital`s historical centre and its new districts across the Sava river.

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The collections of the museum include some twelve thousand contemporary artworks, created by Croatian and international artists between 1950 and the present day. the museum includes the following collections: Drawings, Prints, Posters, and works on Paper; Film and Video; Photography; Media art; Sculpture and Painting.

The core of newly founded collection of Media Art is constituted by early computer artworks that the MSU collected during the five international exhibitions entitled New Tendencies, which took place in the period from 1961-1973. The third exhibition of New Tendencies (1965) investigated the relationship between cybernetics and art, while the fourth (1968/69) was dedicated to information theory. In accordance with that, an international symposium on Computers and Visual Research took place in the same year, accompanied by the publication of the first issue of BIT international.

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