Martin Bricelj Baraga is an award-winning media artist and curator.
He creates interactive works and sculptures that explore spaces between the environment, nature, technology and humans. Often large-scale, his works can be seen in public spaces and in unusual architectural contexts. He focuses on creating atmospheres that challenge our perceptions and question symbols and myths as a series of time and space-based experiments. Deriving from visual arts, sound and light are important components of his work.
He has exhibited in many galleries and spaces worldwide: ICA in London, NEMO Biennale in Paris, Sonar in Barcelona, Columbia University in New York, FACT Liverpool, Kinetica London, Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires, Kunsthaus Graz, Kaapelithas in Helsinki, Museums Quartier in Vienna, Arbat Almaty and many others.
His work was featured in The Guardian, Wired, Creators Projects, WeMakeMoneyNotArt, boingboing, BBC, New York Art Magazine, El Pais, Actar, ArchDaily, designboom & others.
He’s received many international awards for his work, including the Glow festival award, the Wro media biennial award, the Europrix Multimedia award, Memefest awards, Baltimore Magazine award, Plečnik award etc.
He is the director of the MoTA – Museum of Transitory Art, a founder of the SONICA festival and co-founder of the Nonument Group art & research collective.