Luiza Margan is a visual artist working with the public space imaginings – using sculpture, video and installation as her basic media. Born (1983) in Rijeka, Croatia, she grow up between the cultural harbor of the Mediterranean coast of her father’s home and the valleys of the Balkan mountain of her mother’s tongue. Studying under the-three-headed mountain of Ljubljana and the eastern Europe’s gastarbeiter lover – Vienna, she is devoted to the polyamory with Rijeka, Vienna and Sofia and the many in-between utopias. Margan (2009-2013 – MA Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Performative Arts and Sculpture; 2001-2006 – MA Academy of Fine Arts Ljubljana, Painting) has taken part in numerous exhibitions, public space actions and artist talks. Her works are part of several art collections; the Generally Foundation in Salzburg, Museum of Contemporary Art – 21 Haus Vienna, Contemporary Art Museum in Zagreb, Tobacco Museum in Ljubljana etc. In 2019 she was a fellow in the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart.