Silent Strength Mural

Re:Think, Sisak, Jul. 2017 Mural was created during the Re:Think Sisak street art festival. Inspired by the idea of ones strength, dormant inside each individual and driven through friendship. Therefor the title is prolonged by the following thought: “Silent strength – we all need friends who can lift us up”.

No Root no Fruit

No root, no fruit, Lauba Art House, Jun. 2015 “No root, no fruit” was a social experiment more than a performance art or an exhibition itself. And it was a successful one. Curators and art professionals felt called out questioning the borders of art. “By associating myself with a performer known as a ‘commercial’ (meaning…

The Ugly Duckling

The Ugly Duckling, Student Centre, Zagreb, March 2016 Based on the concept of collaboration within a scientific and art sectors while exploring certain issues, a project titled “Place of performance/Creating the City” offered an insight into a role art itself plays within the social manufacture of urban space. There was a dual result of the…

The Lonely Walkers

The Lonely Walkers, VN Gallery, Zagreb, July 2015 A series of paintings. Opposite of artist’s signature black & white graphic animals. “It’s an approach to life; filled with colors and the flavor of childhood. To me, it was a more demanding task to create these since I found it took more courage.” OKO states adding…

GloArt Residency

GloArt, Global Art Center, Lanaken, Belgium, December 2016 During a GloArt residency programme in Belgium, OKO created two works; an acrylic on plexiglass/wooden box titled “Golden cage – where birds go to die” and acrylic on canvas titled “Keep Ya Head Up”.

WHAT, HOW & FOR WHOM

But how could you live and have no story to tell?, Galerija Nova and WHW Curatorial Collective, Zagreb, December 2014 acrylic/ markers and glitter on canvas In her practice OKO employs methodology of combining varius cultural references, and creates phantassmagorical works with estranging effect, often humorous and disconcerting at same time. The title of her…

The Balcan Bride’s Project

The Balkan Bride’s Project – Croatian Wedding, Hoxton Gallery, London, May 2014 Martina Miholić, a conceptual activist;  OKO urban street and visual artist; Petra Mrša, a photographer, sociologist and psychologist questioned the pros and cons of lifestyle in Croatia and London/UK. In this work, three Croatian artists living in London, gathered around mutual interest, and the need to appropriate to…

Meanwhile Back in the Wick

Meanwhile Back in the Wick, Prompt>Gallery, London, November, 2014 ‘Meanwhile Back in the Wick’ exhibition was presented by Prompt>Gallery as its debut show, with an intent to resurrect Hackney Wick’s first exhibition space in Queens yard, on the 5th floor of Mother Studios. Reinforcing the reputation of the location as one of the most exciting and creative…

Are You Called to Be a Prophet

So You Want to See, e-flux, New York, April – June 2015 In her practice OKO employs methodology od combining various cultural references, and creates phantasmagorical works with estranging effect, often humorous and disconcerting at the same time. In a defiance to her Catholic upbringing and expectations of her environment on how a young woman…

Open My Eyes That I May See

Open My Eyes That I May See, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Zagreb, September 2015 Ninety meters long mural positioned on the West wall of the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb. The work was commissioned by the Museum with an intent to affirm the relevance of street art through its renowned art representative. Since the…