Assistant, Doctoral Student
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Sanja Sekelj was born in 1987 in Varaždin. In 2014, she received MAs in Art History and French Language and Literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. Since the spring of 2016, she has been employed as a research assistant in the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Institute of Art History in Zagreb and enrolled in the Postgraduate Study Programme Humanist Sciences at the University of Zadar, where she is working on her PhD thesis ”Models of Networking in Croatian Art of the 20th Century” (working title), supervised by Petar Prelog, Senior Research Associate, and co-supervised by Željka Tonković, Assistant Professor. She is a member of the scientific research project Modern and Contemporary Artist Networks, Art Groups and Art Associations – Organisation and Communication Models of Collaborative Art Practices in the 20th and 21st Century (ARTNET, 2014 – 2018), within which she is researching artist networks, art associations and art groups of the 1990's and early 2000's, with an emphasis on new media networks and strategic networking of cultural workers on the independent cultural scene. She is a member of the curatorial team of the Gallery Miroslav Kraljević (as an outside collaborator) and the executive editor of the scientific journal Život umjetnosti.
- „Tajna revolucija treće veličine: prilog povijesti odnosa računalnih tehnologija i povijesti umjetnosti / Secret Revolution of the Third Dimension: A Contribution to the History of Relations between Computer Technologies and Art History“, in: Radovi Instituta za povijest umjetnosti 41 (2017), 233–242.
Željka Tonković, Sanja Sekelj, „Godišnje izložbe Soros Centra za suvremenu umjetnost Zagreb kao mjesto umrežavanja / Annual Exhibitions of the Soros Center for Contemporary Art Zagreb as a Place of Networking“, in: Život umjetnosti 99 (2016), 78–93.