Born 1979 in Croatia.
Zvonimir Marčić graduated in architecture from the University of Zagreb in 2003. He worked as a designer architect at the Studio 3LHD in Zagreb and De Architecten Cie in Amsterdam/Netherlands from 2003 to 2005. In 2007, Marčić finished a Master Digital Arts at the Universidad Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona/Spain.
Currently, he works as a freelancer with web, architecture, video, theater, installations, and performances. He is generally interested in creating and exploring new digital media and their implementation in art.
In 2008, Zvonimir Marčić co-founded Creative Network Zebra in Zagreb, an NGO for promoting international cultural cooperation, which also functions as a platform for artists in the development of their projects.
Selected works: »Center Zamet«, architecture, Rijeka/Croatia (2004); »Mare Nostrum: Zadar«, architecture, urbanism, 2nd International Architectural Biennale, Rotterdam/Netherlands (2005); »Listening To The Neighborhood«, audio blog installation, Zagreb (2008); »Fountain«, video, BAF! Exhibition (Balkan Art Fluxion), Amsterdam (2008); »Međugrad/Intercity«, public space installation with live internet streaming between Zagreb and Barcelona (2008); »Matijaš Sandorf«, performance, 7 Days of Creation Festival, Istria/Croatia (2009); »Patterns«, video, Urban Festival, Zagreb (2009); »Labin – Underground City XXI«, project for an underground artist colony in an abandoned mine, Istria (ongoing); »Web streaming poetry«, contemporary poetry integrated with audio and visual art, Belgrade/Serbia, Zagreb, Cavatore/Italy (ongoing).
Zvonimir Marčić is a participant in the exchange program between the Akademie Schloss Solitude and Croatian artists from the Center for Independent Culture and Youth, Zagreb.