Teuta Gatolin (1993) is an intermedia artist based in Croatia, currently researching storytelling ecology, the subversive potential of mythological tricksters, nostalghia, illusion, and technology as one of the companion species to humans. Her work is often process-oriented, spawning iterations of itself realized with other fabulators. She often collaborates on intermedia performance projects, and has worked many times with the independent contemporary dance community in Croatia. Her works have taken the shape of installation, text, collections of objects, workshops, letters, costumes, virtual spaces and a range of mixes, mashups and negotiations between various art media. She studied New Media Arts at the Fine Art Academy, and Journalism/Media Studies at the Faculty of Political Sciences, both in Zagreb, Croatia.



IG: _gatolin


2018 – 2020 MA New Media/Intermedia, Fine Art Academy Zagreb
2015 – 2018 BA Animated film and New Media, Fine Art Academy Zagreb
2018 – exchange program to John Cass school of Art, London, UK
2011 – 2015 BA Journalism/Media Studies; Faculty of Political Sciences, Zagreb

Solo shows/Concepts:
⭕ Era of Spiders Molting: A Guidebook for Radical Empathy, Karas gallery, Zagreb
⭕ Fermentations, collaboration with Valentina Butumović, Kamba pop-up gallery, Zagreb
⭕ Era of Spiders Molting: On Forests and Trees, Kamba pop-up gallery, Zagreb

⭕ Elapsing Lorem Ipsum, VR_inc online residency & exhibition, Format C webspace
⭕ Objects of Care, Lipa Memorial Centre, Matulji, realised within Recognizing the Absence program & Rijeka European Capitals of Culture 2020
⭕ Lorem Ipsum; Vladimir Nazor gallery, Zagreb

⭕ Detuning/Phantasma, concept with Iva Korenčić, Pogon Jedinstvo, Zagreb

⭕ Detunings, Greta Gallery, Zagreb

⭕ WHW Academy fellowship programme, WHW curating collective

⭕ Fragmenti scholarship for young artists, Erste Bank, 2018
⭕ Disclosure festival, first prize award, 2021

Group shows (selection):
⭕ Media Mediterranea festival, The Golden Watermelon, Pula, Croatia
⭕ Disclosure festival, Pogon Jedinstvo, Zagreb

⭕ Songs for the Anthropocene #4, gallery Shira, Zagreb

⭕ TASK lab, Tehnical Museum Nikola Tesla & Hall V., Platforma 20. – contemporary dance and performative arts festival
⭕ Spaces in Between, Prozori gallery, Zagreb

⭕ ALU/MET, Miroslav Kraljević gallery, Zagreb

Performances (selection):
⭕ Utopia of extended here and now, concept: Sonja Pregrad; co-authors & performers: Lana, Hosni, Tin Dožić, Andro Giunio, Branimir Norac, Vanda Kreutz, Marko Gutić-Mižimakov, DISKOlektiv, Josipa Štulić; performed at Pogon Jedinstvo, Zagreb (irl), Antisezona 20, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb (url)

⭕ Choreography of Utopia: Movement No.3, multimedia dance performance, concept & choreography: Sonja Pregrad; co-authors & performers: Lana Hosni, Josipa Štulić, Teuta Gatolin

⭕ HOME, concept|choreography: Sonja Pregrad, co-authors & performers: Valerija Cerovec, Laura Barić, Lana Hosni, Josipa Štulić, Ema Kani, Vilte Svarpylte, Teuta Gatolin; performed at Contemporary Dance Week, Improspections – international festival of improvisation and Platforma18 dance festival, Zagreb

⭕ Party Conversation, dir. Karen Nhea Nielsen, perofrmers: Dora Fodor, Petra Dervenšek, Tara Ivanišević, Teuta Gatolin; Perforations festival & Night of Performances, Filodrammatica theatre hall, Rijeka, Croatia

Curatorial work/education:
⭕ Co-creating Extravagant love: Cultural management and production of large scale cultural events; education within Future DiverCities program (EU Creative Europe), hosted and co-organized by KONTEJNER | bureau of contemporary art praxis & their Extravagant Bodies Festival

⭕ Curatorial platform, educational module in performing arts and curating performances, KNAP culture centre, Zagreb

⭕ Feminist theory and practices, working as an assistant at an education module organized by Center for Women Studies Zagreb and Fine Arts Academy Zagreb

Workshops/lectures hosted:
⭕ Magical Objects: Nature, scanners & companions, workshop at fu:bar – Glitch Art Festival , ZG & online
⭕ Objects of Care, workshop at Lipa Memorial Centre, Recognizing the Absence programme, Lipa, Matulji