Exhibitions and projects :

Glad to be a part Southwark Park Galleries 2022 Open, with the Story Which will Never be Finished, screening daily from 13 NOVEMBER – 3 DECEMBER 2022


Multi media exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Istria, Pula, Croatia featuring sculpture, installation and video performances. Video performances created in collaboration with Klaudia Wittmann, Arturo Bandinelli and Marko Racan & produced by Ketrin Milicevic – Mijosek & MSUI, July 2021. Photos by Giordano Cellich, Igor Drazic and Richard Glynn Roberts.

Director and lecturer of Alternative Dramaturgy module for 3rd year BA European Arts graduates exploring contemporary multi-media performance making inspired by the work of Tadeusz Kantor. Our final show ‘Ruminations’ can be viewed on


EVENTS – EXPERIMENT 6 (weebly.com)

Performance Klub Fiskulturnik will be helping the Nation limber up towards Lifting of the Lockdown…expect World Beating Interventions throughout the event on 10th of April 2021. More info tbc.

Museum of Contemporary Arts of Istria, Croatia

Creative team

London : Klaudia Wittmann (performer) & Arturo Badinelli (film maker and cinematographer)

Pula : Ketrin Milicevic Mijosek (curator), Marko Racan (video producer) & Tatjana Merkl (musician)

Part of the installation consist of archived film footage from Croatian State Archives – Collection of Croatian Short Films (HR-HDA-1387) and the archives of FKK Jelen – Pula Film Factory.

The Historical and Maritime Museum of Istria kindly allowed us to film objects from their collection.

Special thank you for their advice to Ines Pletikos, Nevena Trgovcic, Larisa Drinkovic Skalic, Lada Durakovic, Marko Zdravkovic-Kunac & Alana Bradbeer.

Sound piece ‘Beautiful Happy Days’ dedicated to the loving memory of sound producer and friend Iztok Mravlje – Itz, who sadly passed away in October 2020.

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