Ana Dana Beroš is a freelance architect, activist and educator at ARCHIsquad – Group for the Architecture of Conscience, text writer and editor at Oris magazine, web editor at Zagreb Society of Architects and programme coordinator of Think Space programme - cycle of international conceptual architectural competitions.
She was head designer of studio ‘Dva Plus’ creative department in Zagreb focusing on architectural competition projects, in which team she won couple of first prizes in open competitions in Croatia and abroad (2007-2011), among which is the Shinkenchiku Residential Design Competition Merit Award by juror Jun Aoki in Japan, in 2009.
She graduated cum laude at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Zagreb in 2007, during her studies she received Dean’s and Rector’s Awards for Excellence in Architectural and Urban Design, and gained architectural expertise in Finland, Brazil and Croatia.
BOJAN MUCKO (1983, CRO), studies philosophy, and ethnology and cultural anthropology at the Philosophy Faculty in Zagreb. For the last few years he has been engaged with urban-anthropological issues, reviewing the disciplinary boundaries of cultural anthropology through interdisciplinary projects with civil society organizations, designers, architects and contemporary artists. He has worked with Design studio Kancelarija [Office] and Udruga za interdisciplinarana i interkulturalna istraživanja (UIII) [the Association for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Research] on designing bulletin boards, in cooperation with a local committee in the district of Maksimir and a workshop of architectural interventions in the Special Hospital for Children with Neuro-Developmental and Motor Disorders (Goljak) organized by the organisation Beautiful Hospital and the youth section of the Architects’ Association (DAZ). Occasionally he writes for the architectural magazine Oris, and his works have been published in Zarez and the monthly magazine of the Association of Croatian Architects, Man and Space. He is the current leader of the project for urban culture – ReS uRBANAE – under the auspices of the Association for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Research (UIIII), which focuses on urban-anthropological research on the phenomenon of massive closures and the decay of city and private business spaces, and, thematically, of the entire urban axes in the wider centre of Zagreb.
Leo Vukelić was born in Zagreb in 1972. He studied painting at the Academy of Visual Arts in Zagreb. He also graduated in sculpture from the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf in Germany. Vukelić has exhibited his works within frameworks of numerous joint and solo exhibitions in Split, Zagreb, Dusseldorf, Moscow, Prague, Belgrade, Strasbourg and the village of Šikuti. He has won the award of the 27th edition of the event «Salon mladih» in Zagreb and the prestigious «Radoslav Puntar» Award. Vukelić is also one of the protagonists of the retrospective of Croation video art.