Gordan Savičić

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Gordan Savičić (1980, Vienna) is a creative technologist, artist and designer whose work investigates the relationship between people, networks and interfaces. He has background in media art and visual communication, and he has been active within the fields of academic research, teaching and design industry. His main research areas include game cultures, digital and urban interventions, architecture, pervasive computing, and open source technologies. He was part of Moddr, Weise7 and co-authored Critical Engineering Manifesto.

Savičić holds a BA in Digital Art and New Media from the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, and an MA in Media Design and Communication/Networked Media from the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam. His participation in collaborative projects and performances have been shown in several countries and received various awards, such as Japan (dis-locate), Germany (Transmediale), Austria (Ars Electronica) and Spain (Arco), among others. Savičić has been teaching new media art practices at various schools and universities in the Netherlands (Piet Zwart Institute, Geert Rietveld Academy), Switzerland (Zürcher Hochschule der Künste) and Austria (University of Applied Arts, Vienna). He lives in Lausanne.

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