Metka Zupanič (1977) graduated in 2002, at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana, sculpture department and completed her post-graduate (MA) studies from new media art in 2005. In 2017 she recived her MA in Art Therapy.
She works independently and in the group KOLEKTIVA (with Lada Cerar and Vesna Bukovec). To her understanding, the artistic process is a form of mediation, exchange and collaboration. She works with various media, addressing topics such as documents, body and communication. She strive to bring the public site closer to the people, make it part of their private environment. In last years she participated on many solo and group exhibitions and residencies; in Graz, Vienna (KulturKontakt), Ljubljana, Slovenj Gradec, Nottingham, Toronto, Berlin…
Exhibitions as: Territories, Identities, Nets, Slovene Art 1995-2005, Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana; Special place in the city, ŠKUC gallery, Ljubljana; ’11 Biennale young Artists of Europe and Mediterranean countries’ Athens, Greece; Narratives, -35+65 Two generations, Kunsthaus Graz, Austria; Triennial of Slovenian contemporary Art, U3, Modern Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Gallery A+A, Venice…
In 2007 she was awarded with stipend from Slovenian Ministry of Culture.
From 2009 she curated (with Vesna Bukovec) several video exhibitions and festival Video in Progress in collaboration with Photon gallery.