launch webcast of March 13, 2003, Andreja Kuluncic talk
Visual artist. In 1992 she graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts and Design in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, sculpture department. From 1992 to 1994 studied at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest, under Professor Jovanovics Gyorgy.
Projects by Kuluncic include:
Closed Reality: Embryo
Launches April 2003
Everyone is sensitive to the question of their share of the common good--how much access they get to material good, money , information, services, jobs, rights, political power. Those who get the best pieces of the social pie often need to justify the actual model of distribution; those less lucky tend to dispute it--both relying on certain moral intuitions. During March 2003, Croatian artists Andreja Kuluncic and Ivo Martinovic are in residence at Walker to develop their multidisciplinary , multimedia project Distributive Justice: America. Their work in the Twin Cities will focus on how Americans see their involvement in the share of the common good. Kuluncic and Martinovic will work with local participants involved in science, politics, and the arts, employing roundtable discussions, interviews, questionnaires, and databases to help compile and document opinions and research relating to this topic.