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Damir Očko
Studies on Shivering

Catalogue, 2014
16.2 × 22.5cm, 160 pages 

16.2 × 22.5cm
160 pages
Illustrations in color
German / English

Edited by:
Branka Benčić; Sandro Droschl, Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien, 2014

With texts by:
Marc Bembekoff, Branka Benčić und Damir Očko

Graphic design:
bilić_​müller studio, Zagreb

Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg, Nuremberg


This publication has been supported by Yvon Lambert (Paris), Gallery Tiziana di Caro (Salerno), Igor Grubić, Morana Bing, Marc Bembekoff, Lovro Skoblar, Vanja Babic, Feda Hudina, Christian Egger, Christoph Loidl, Peter Venus

20.00 €

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The catalog was published on the occasion of the exhibition Damir Očko: Studies on Shivering (2.1.20143.6.2014) at Künstlerhaus, Halle für Kunst & Medien.

Published on the occasion of Damir Očko’s exhibition Studies on Shivering the publication is shaped as a hybrid format and following a fragmented narrative of a collage structure, that includes various range of visual, graphic and textual material, ranging from visual poetry, a scenario / film script, collage, film stills, installation views. Along with the exhibition it unfolded various Studies on Shivering” as a conceptual framework through which the artist questioned his approach to the process of filmmaking, which, besides central film work, included an array of creative expressions, such as poetry, musical scores, collages, research, music, and cinematic studies. It unfolded the artistic process by which the artist seeked to establish a space where film, research, and poetry meet.


Participating artists

Damir Očko

*1977 in Zagreb, lives in Croatia

studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, Zagreb. Solo exhibitions were on display amongst others at Jeu de Paume, Paris (2020) and at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb (2020). His work has been shown in numerous exhibitions, including the Lothringer13 in Munich, the Tirana Institute of Contemporary Art, the International Triennial for Contemporary Art in Prague and the Australian Center for Photography in Sydney. He has received scholarships from the Helsinki International Artist-in-Residence Program, the Tirana Institute of Contemporary Art, and KulturKontakt Wien. In 2015 Očko represented Croatia at the 56. Venice Biennale.