Bojan Gagic started his work in the late 80s through performances and actions related to activities of informal art groups Neue Urform (Sarajevo) and Kokowa, Rotor and Clair Obscure (Zagreb).
He is the author of a great number of exhibitions, installations and performances in Croatia and abroad. In the late 90s he collaborated with Josip Zanki on a series of projects that focused on exploring the relations to death (Mirila, Encyclopedia of Dead, Are You Dead?, How to explain fat to dead Beuys) and focused on sound art as well as field recording.
He published poetry in literary magazines and worked as the technical manager of different theatre, film and music festivals (Eurokaz, Dance Week Festival, Zagreb Film Festival, Queer festival, Zagreb Theatre Festival…).
He is also the author of several experimental videos, he composed music for short experimental and animated movies of mostly Croatian authors and created light and sound designs for many theatre productions. Lately, together with Miodrag Gladovic, he has been developing a special performance technique – luminoacoustics – turning light into sound by using the photovoltaic effect of the solar panels, for which he has already won several awards.
He is the cofounder of the Croatian platform for new sound expression Sinelinea. Since he entered the music and sound scene from the world of the visual art, his projects dealing with sound tend to have a more comprehensive approach concerning the arranging of the ideas and the use of materials.
PROJECTS (NOT WORKING AT THE MOMENT, BUT COMING SOON...)