Hypnotic Art


  • Nika Radić




How to cite this article: Radić, Nika. "Hypnotic Art." AM Journal of Art and Media Studies 17 (2018): 158−162. doi: 10.25038/am.v0i17.279

Author Biography

Nika Radić

Nika Radić

visual artist, Zagreb, Croatia; Berlin

Nika Radić was born in Zagreb, Croatia where she graduated in sculpture from the Academy of Fine Arts. She has also earned a degree in art history from the University of Vienna. In her video works, multimedia installations and photographs she focuses on the subjects of communication and the ways art can document reality. She chooses particular moments that everyone experiences similarly, but is interested in how different people interpret it in their own individual way. She has also written on the subject and her texts were published in books and magazines internationally.

She has exhibited on more than two hundred exhibitions including the Human Life Center, Inkonst, Malmoe (2018), Yurei, KIT, Kyoto (2017); “My Daily Room”, Berlin Weekly, (2016), “At Home”, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb; “Cumuli”, Verein am Rosa Luxemburg Platz, Berlin (2015), “Translation”, Gallery SC, Zagreb; “Something with Performance”, KuLe, Berlin (2014); conference “Modernity, Socialism and the Visual Arts”, Akademie der Künste, Berlin (2013), “Scenarios about Europe”, Galerie für zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig (2012), “We Need to Talk”, Glyptothek, Zagreb (2011), “Out of Place”, Galerie Traversée, München (2010), a 10 year mid-career retrospective, Museum of Contemporary Art, Novi Sad (2009)

She was awarded several prizes and residencies including the Villa Kamogawa Goethe-Institute residency in Kyoto in 2017, ArtsLink residency at the Vanderbilt University in Nashville in 2016; Young Artist Trieste Contemporanea Award in 2005; AIR Living Art Museum, Reykjavik in 2004 and the “Radoslav Putar” award, Zagreb in 2003.




How to Cite

Radić, N. (2018). Hypnotic Art. AM Journal of Art and Media Studies, (17), 158−162. https://doi.org/10.25038/am.v0i17.279