Helena Bulaja Madunić
Helena Bulaja Madunić is an artist, director and producer. She is the leading Croatian expert for cross-media and multimedia with a 22-year work experience in international pioneering projects of non-linear storytelling through her production and publishing companies My Magical Thoughts & Bulaja Publishing. She is the first director and producer in Croatia to have been allocated funds from the European Agency for Filmmaking for animated and documentary film. She is renowned internationally; her work has been reviewed in publications on the latest innovative approaches to animated film and interactive storytelling, and presented and awarded in more than one hundred international festivals, markets and fairs of animated and documentary film, multimedia, and children’s publishing on all continents.
He is an eminent character of Hungarian fine arts.
His compositions often create surrealistic impressions due to his characteristically sensitive handling of light and his provocative use of colors. One of his central themes is the concept of time. Attila’s art may be interpreted within the framework of contemporary historical painting along the axis of philosophical schools based on memory-related discourse.
He is a japanese – hungarian painter, who uses a traditional technique of sumi-e or ink wash painting to to express energy and form. The emphasis is on the individual brushstokes and variations of ink tonality and not only what appears, but what is left out as well.
Andras was born in 1945 and is from Békéscsaba, Hungary. His work has been exhibited all over the world and he has pieces in many museums in Europe. In 1982 he was appointed to run the newly formed Institute for Basic Instructions at the Hungarian Academy of Crafts and Design. From 1986 to 1987 he was the advisor of the New York Pratt Institute, among many other recognitions. He is work is into the direction line of the computer-guided, projected, programmed spaceinstallation. To acknowledge his professional activity, in 2006 the designers prize “Dózsa Farkas András” awards him, in 2007 by Munkácsy-prize (State award), by the Architecture and Art (Kévés Gallery) the “Prize”, and also the Hungarian Széchenyi Academy of Literature and the Arts admits him as a member.
Sascha Machiedo is an industrial designer and museum consultant with more than 20 years of experience in art, cultural and business projects and exhibitions throughout the world. His elaborate professional background includes, among other things, operative and programme management of projects such as the US Pavilion at the 2015 Milan World Expo, Giorgio Armani Retrospective, BMW Guggenheim Lab, Venice Art Biennale, Guggenheim New York and Bilbao, and museography in projects Louvre Abu Dhabi and Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.
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