Mirjana Vodopija is visual artist who employs motifs from nature to problematize the notions of consciousness, identity, and perception of time and space, often making use of different media: drawing, graphic art, photography, objects, installation, video installation and ambients. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 1987 and has since exhibited in 38 solo exhibitions and participated in over 250 group exhibitions, curatorial concepts, artistic symposia, residential projects and professional training programmes around the world. She is the recipient of 14 art awards, the latest of which include the Vladimir Nazor Award of the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia and the annual award of the Croatian Association of Visual Artists for her solo exhibition The Wandering Landscape, held at the Museum of Contemporary art in Zagreb in 2019. Vodopija is also the author of numerous production and set designs as well as visual identities for shows produced by the Croatian Radiotelevision. She is a full professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb where she teaches since 2007. More important group exhibitions include: 2019 WRO Media Art Biennale Human Aspect and Musica Electronica Nova Festival, National Forum of Music, Wroclaw / 2018 Device_art festival 6.018: Machines Are Not Alone, MSU, Zagreb / 2015 In the Absence of Self, Woodstreet Galleries, Pittsburgh, USA / 2014 Structures of the Invisible, Fondation Vasarely, Aix-en-Provence / 2009 Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial, Echigo – Tsumari region, Japan.