Born 1989 in Pula/Croatia.
Katerina Duda is a graduate student of a master’s program in New Media at the Academy of Fine Arts at University of Zagreb. She obtained her bachelor’s degree at the same department. In 2014, she received her master’s degree in Sociology from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb.
In her artistic work she starts with the city and its spaces through an interdisciplinary and inter-media approach. She combines essays in the form of an artist book or a video, as well as social practice art, actions and interventions in public space. It is important to note, that the approach is site-specific, meaning that it begins by thinking about the context, the space given and its users and adjusting the piece for its specific audience. Lately, she has been interested in how tourism shapes the city space and how this influences its local residents.
She took part in a few group exhibitions and collaborations such as Exchanges and changes, part of 10th Fair of Culture in Student Center Zagreb (2014), Passing Through in Gallery SC, Zagreb (2014), Retelling, a collaboration with Roko Crnić in LiberSPACE, Hallway-gallery, Zagreb (2014), The Back Entrances, SKC Gallery, Rijeka (2014), and many more.
Katerina Duda is a participant in the exchange program between the Akademie Schloss Solitude and Croatian artists from the Center for Independent Culture and Youth (POGON), Zagreb.