Artist performs popular song „Frere Jacques“ so that he sings the first voice, then he sings the second voice together with the recording of the first voice, then he sings the third voice together with the recording of the first and second voice, ...until all the images multiply, as in the room of mirrors, and voices become a continuous noise.
Dalibor Martinis is an internationally renowned artist and a video maker.
Born 1947 in Zagreb, graduated at Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts 1971.
Exhibits since 1969 and works with video since early seventies. Martinis taught at Zagreb Drama Academy from 1987-1991, and 1991 as a guest lecturer at Ontario College of Art in Toronto.
He has exhibited videos and video installations at many international exhibitions and festivals such as Sao Paolo Biennale, Paris Biennale, Documenta 8, Kwangju Biennale, Venice Biennale, and festivals in Berlin, Tokyo, Montreal, San Francisco, Locarno, The Hague etc. Received several international and national awards. His works are in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art/New York, Hara Museum/Tokyo, Stedelijk Museum/Amsterdam, The Museum of Contemporary Art/Zagreb etc.
Dalibor Martinis presently lives in Zagreb