18.05.2005. - 12.06.2005.

Sandra Sterle, "Integration: Who Wants to Play?"

Sandra Sterle (1965) questions the models of communication and media technology and exploresartistic and strategic possibilities of manipulation via images. By using her identity in the form offictional self-portraits on the modern social background she realizes her works in which she pointsout to the difference between personal experience and media constructed images. Exhibited in theGalženica Gallery, the video installation “Integrations/who wants to play?” offers ideas of integratingthe differences between moving and stopping, movies and video, male and female, artificial andnatural, domestic and foreign, child and adult.

Sandra Sterle graduated from Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in 1989 and at the academy in Dusseldorfshe was in the class of Nan Hoover. She has been exhibiting since 1995 in Croatia and abroad. Shewon the award for Best young video artist at the international festival Video Medeja in Novi Sad in1997 and the award of the Dutch “Werkburs” Foundation. She teaches the art of newmedia at Split Academy of Art.