The interdisciplinary artist MOON Martina Zelenika, through innovative methods, explores and creates art projects which are related the theme of post-human time. (*) The main characteristic of her work is the symbiosis of traditional techniques and the latest modern digital technology. The artist MOON combines different media in a sophisticated, precise and reflective manner, and works with various types of media such as traditional drawing and collage, photography, relief, installation art, interactive and new media art with an interest in data sonification. She is a film director, a composer and a new media performer.
By deconstructing sound and meta-language through the practice of meditation, the artist tests out the modern communication space resulting with the artistic project cycle Meta_Signal Sonar System or MSSS for short, which generates a visualisation of universal sound (the human blueprint) through the point of departure of analogue drawing by using body movements.
Cosmology, Universality, Geophilosophy and Language are some of her main fields of interest. The artist MOON advocates the freedom of human beings in all aspects of society and positively influences the world’s frequency. By contemplating ancient and contemporary philosophy, Martina questions universal communication fields and makes a subtle impact on human awareness and individual self-recognition by absorbing a wide image of the world we exist.
MOON Martina Zelenika graduated at Printmaking Department of the Academy of Fine Arts of the University Zagreb and took a Master’s in 2006 in the area of Video and New-media at the Academy of Visual Art and Design of the Ljubljana University. She has been awarded several well-regarded grants and scholarships. Martina has participated in international conferences dedicated to digital and multimedia art and has exhibited solo or collectively. Artist MOON is a member of ADA-database of virtual art, Croatian Freelance Artists Association, founder and artistic leader at NAGON–interdisciplinary laboratory of arts based in Zagreb Croatia.