Megan Dominescu (RO) a visual artist based in Bucharest, Romania with a background in painting and origins in Washington, D.C. She uses various mediums in her work but has focused mainly on textiles in recent years. Her works range from large-scale hand-made tapestries to embroidered interventions to textile sculptures. Megan also has started an animal (and sometimes human) clothing brand, GoodBoySecurity. Megan is a founding member at Moxa20 Studio/Gallery.

Sven Jozić (HR) is a student of Philosophy and Indology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb, a regular visitor and active collaborator in the exhibitions production and cultural events in the city of Zagreb through the philosophical art association Kružok, where he is the head of the editorial office. In 2017, he started promoting “world” music in cultural centers throughout Croatia to expand the media space of the sometimes truly forgotten musical arts of the world through “Hvala Sven Katalog”. In 2024, he became a member of the “Drugačija glazba” project, which is implemented through the Program of the Autonomous Cultural Center and where he is the program manager.

Slowly But Boldly Going Nowhere: A map of artistic practice and visual upbringing

Megan Dominescu in dialogue with Sven Jozić (HR)
03.06.2024/ 19:00
Location: Academy of Fine Arts – Rudolfa Kolaka 12

This talk will be exploring the diverse references and drives behind an artistic practice and how seemingly contrasting ideas can merge to create a unified result. Humor is an essential element that will be deconstructed and examined throughout the talk.

In cooperation with the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, as part of the course Introduction to the Theory of Art, by associate professor Josip Zanki, Ph.D.

Artists for Artists Residency Network (AFAR) is an EU co-funded project and residency program, aiming to improve the mobility of contemporary visual artists and curators in Romania, Germany, Croatia, and Austria. The project is led by the Romanian Association for Contemporary Art (ARAC) with its three consortium partners – Goethe Institute Network, Croatian Association of Fine Artists, and Künstlerhaus Vienna.

The AFAR Network project is co-funded by the European Union: ”Views and opionions expressed are however those of the autohor(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsable for them.”