Maja Kalogera is an interdisciplinary artist, working and living between Zagreb and Paris. Her main practice includes net.art, media installations, public interventions, networking, experimental animation and programming. She received grants from Henry Moore Foundation, Turbulence, Black Rock Arts Foundation and Vocento ARCO Art Fair. Her residencies include HUMO at Ars Electronica with master artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Atlantic Center for the Arts with master artist Aram Bartholl, Modelmania at Future Center in Venezia, with master artist Olafur Eliasson, etc. In her works she explores how wide saturation and public usage of recent technological advances allow for changing notions of self.
From her early net.art pieces 'Is this a picture?', 'Moodish Pictures', 'Accessible Happiness'', to the 'Rothko Generator Project' she is interested in creating new experiences of the visual content specifically designed for screens. With the addition of time, stories can be developed and enhanced, perception changed, and with every next viewing telling a different story and giving a different feel.