Born 1987. in Metkovic, Croatia. Lives in Berlin, Germany.
Mario Mu works on various research projects which are often constructed as extended gaming platforms. Apart from frequently incorporating sound and drawing, his practice mainly shifts between game design, 3D animation and performance.
He has received his MFA in Berlin from the University of the Arts (UdK) Berlin, Class of Hito Steyerl in 2017, BFA in Zagreb from the Academy of Fine Arts, Painting department in 2015, and MA from the the Faculty of Graphic Arts in 2012. During the 2016. and 2017. he was an active member of the Research Center for the Proxy Politics in Berlin, and since 2017. he has been working on a series of LARP events as an author, collaborator or performer in Play Co London and Zagreb, Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam, Galerie gr_und, Acud and UdK in Berlin.
Mario is currently working on commisioned architecture books through Gestalten publishing, and developing new game projects from his studio in Berlin.
#pivilion_dot_net @ The Wrong — New Digital Art Biennale, 2019. /Trialwerk, Itch.io, 2019./ Play Co., Pogon Jedinstvo and Mocvara, Zagreb, 2019./ Confessional Stage Diving, schoolofma, ACUD, Berlin, 2019./ Confessions, Shira, Zagreb, 2018./ Augmented Sunrise Beneath the Skin, gr_und, Berlin, 2018./ Walkthrough, GMK, Zagreb, 2018./ Brand new production., n.b.k.&silent green, Berlin 2017/ Medea, Play Co., London, 2017./ Whales, UdK, Berlin, 2017./ 33. Youth Salon, HDLU, Zagreb, 2016./ Ying 7, Ying Colloseum, Berlin, 2016./ Post-Morphosis, Schiller Palais, Berlin, 2016./ Wollste nicht mal Bulle werden?; Schroeder&Dorr, Cologne-Refrath, 2016. / Contrainte en blanc, La chaufferie; Strasbourg, 2015./ Essl Art Award, MSU Zagreb, 2015./ PBD IV, PM Gallery, 2015./ aBook [artist’s book] by Curator’s Platform, Galerija Galzenica, 2013./ NUS,Galerija Bacvice, Split, 2013./ NUS, MKC, Split, 2012./ WW, MM Centar, Zagreb, 2011./ C.R.T.A, Velesajam kulture, Zagreb 2011./ Skup.na, Galerija VN, Zagreb, 2011./ All the art that’s fit to show, Galerija SC, Zagreb, 2011.