Marina Grzinic

Philosopher, artist and theoretician.
She lives in Ljubljana/Slovenia and works in Ljubljana and Vienna.
She is researcher at the Institute of Philosophy at the ZRC SAZU (Scientific and Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Science and Art)
in Ljubljana.
She is Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and works as freelance media theorist, art critic and curator.

Marina Grzinic has been involved with video art since 1982. In collaboration
with Aina Smid produced more than 40 video art projects, a short film, numerous video and media installations, several websites and an interactive CD-ROM (ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany).

Grzinic most recent books are (2005-2004):
Aesthetics of Cyberspace and the Effects of De-realisation, Multimedijalni institut mi2 - MaMa Zagreb, Croatia and Kosnica - centar za komunikaciju i kulturu, Sarajevo, Bih, 2005;
Avant-garde and Politics: The Eastern European Paradigm and the War in the Balkans, Beogradski krug, Belgrade, Serbia and Monte Negro,
Une fiction reconstruite. Europe de l'Est, post-socialisme et rétro-avant-garde [Fiction Reconstructed. Eastern Europe, Postsocialism
and Retro-avantgarde], L'Harmattan, Paris, 2005;
Situated Contemporary Art Practices, Art, Theory and Activism from (the East of) Europe, ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana and Revolver, Frankfurt am Main, 2004.

Related Lab(s): Trans-European Lab: do not exist: europe, woman, digital medium. (2006/2007)
Technics of Cyber ‹ › Feminism. ‹mode=message› (2001)

Related Publication(s): do not exist: europe, woman, digital medium
Technics of Cyber ‹ › Feminism. ‹mode=message›