Born 1966 in Croatia. Media artist, curator and graphic designer. Lives in Amsterdam and Zagreb. Studied architecture at University of Zagreb (1988-90) and art media at Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam (1990-92). He work with reproductive medias and technology in artistic and cultural context. Work with video since 1988 (as TV virus). First computer- generated environment in 1988. Digital photography since 1990. First attempt to webcast 1994. Founding member of artist groups Cathedral (1988), The Imitation of Life Studio (1987 - 1990), Young Croatian Electronic Films (1991) and The Future State of Balkania (1998). Involved in various on&off-line networks (Syndicate, Spectre, Nettime, Culturenet.hr ...). Curated numerous exhibitions and edited companion exhibition catalogues for print and web publication, including I Am Still Alive (early computer-generated art and recent low-tech and internet art), 2000; Variable Amnesia, 2006; Bit International - Computers and Visual Research, New Tendencies, Zagreb 1961—1973, Neue Galerie, 2007 and ZKM, 2008. He has presented research on early digital art at many conferences, including ISEA 2000, Paris, 2000; Stuttgart 1960, Computer in Theorie und Kunst, Stuttgart, 2004 and REFRESH!, Banff, 2005. As editor for media art at Culturenet.hr, he published "A Brief Overview of Media Art in Croatia (Since the 1960s)" in 2002. He published “Amnesia International - Early computer art and Tendencies movement” at the Bitomatik by kuda.org, Novi Sad in 2004 and “Vladimir Bonac¹ic´” at the Man and Space magazine, Zagreb in 2006. He is founder and programmer of the gray) (area – space of contemporary and media art since 2006.
- Interview, Virtueel Platform, September 2012. (Dutch)