Aphasia by Jelena Jureša is a feature length film essay dealing with politics of memory and oblivion inscribed in social and historical contexts. Croatian premiere: MSU, Gorgona hall, Wednesday, 30. 10. 2019. at 19:00 p.m. In three chapters Aphasia detects a thread of positions of power, racism, injustice and violence from Belgian colonialism, Austrian anti-Semitism … Continue reading JELENA JUREŠA „APHASIA“

Cinemaniac > Think Film 2019

The project unfolds in two exhibitions Goran Trbuljak: WOW, WOW i ready-made * Misliti film … misliti kino / think film … think cinema MLADEN STILINOVIĆ / CHAI SIRIS / SILVESTAR KOLBAS / LARA UŠIĆ Curated by Branka Benčić 14. – 31. 7. 2019. MMC LUKA, Pula The 18th edition of the Cinemaniac > Think … Continue reading Cinemaniac > Think Film 2019


ARTSTS CINEMA: Desktop Cinema  Tuesday, 17.10.2017 at 19.00 Gorgona Hall / Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb with films and video by: Susanna Flock, Kevin B. Lee, Sarah Magenheimer, Laure Prouvost, John Smith Curated by: Branka Bencic & Miriam de Rosa Organized by: Tihomir Milovac, MSU


Cinemaniac > Think Film 2017 Support program at 64. Pula Film Festival VIDEO TELEVISION ANTICIPATION – exhibition in three chapters: Video Television Anticipation Desktop Cinema: Post- Internet aesthetics New Collections

PROJECTIONS: Antun Motika and the legacy of experiments

Artists: Antun Motika, Stan Brakhage, Zlatko Hajdler, Aleksandar Srnec, Juliana Borinski, Ana Hušman and Ivan Marušić Klif, Goran Petercol, Davor Sanvincenti and Silvo Šarić. Curated by Branka Benčić and Sabina Salamon MMSU Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka April 7- May 5, 2017

BRDO 1976 – 2016

Research and exhibition about the 1976 international artists meeting in Brdo (Istria)  are organized in the framework of 56. Annale in Poreč. August 11 – September 10, 2016. Curated by Branka Bencic, Ursula Krinzinger, Jerica Ziherl “Brdo tape” produced by Krinzinger gallery includes works by artists from Austria and Yugoslavia (Gottfried Bechtold, Mladen Stilinović, Goran … Continue reading BRDO 1976 – 2016