Tony Maslić (1970) is a visual artist and independent curator. He has been working in a multitude of media, primarily in installations. Throughout his work he has explored the relationship of space with politics, social economics, psychology, urbanism, pre- and post war social conflicts, violence, propaganda & populism, cultural identity, group behavior, consumerism, effects of capitalism, the dichotomy between digital art and physical objects and social and cultural displacements. He was the founder and initiator of the international underground artist network; 'Noise of Coincidence' (1996-2006).
He curated and produced 9 international art events in Cyprus, the Netherlands, Serbia and Iceland. He participated in shows at: MuseumsQuartier, Vienna, Austria; the Cyprus Pavilion at theVenice Biennale for Architecture, Italy, as official exhibitor; The Others, Turin, Italy; Remake Festival, Brno, Czech Republic; Skuč Gallery, Slovenia, Ljubljana; Observatoire 4, Montreal, Canada; Yugoslav Biennial for Young Artists, Vršac, Serbia; A-Space Gallery, Toronto, Canada; Konkordia, Vršac, Serbia; Escrubir the Europe, Morellia, Mexico; Gallery Michelin Szwajcer, Antwerp, Belgium; Neme art Centre, Limassol, Cyprus; Las Palmas, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, Stubnitz, NDSM shipyard, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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