• Ana Hušman
  • Experimental
  • Art
  • 2013
  • 23:22
  • Short length


The curriculum for teaching Croatian as a foreign language emphasizes the use of role play, drama, expressive reading, staging fairy tales, writing and reading postcards. In combination with textbook for learning Croatian as a foreign language and postcards sent from the United States to Croatia, these teaching methods become the starting point of improvised and performative situations staged with both professional and amateur actors.


Ana Hušman

Ana Hušman’s practice disassembles the structures and textures of cinematic elements through film, installation, books, sound, image and text. Hušman experiments with the possibilities of animation, documentary and fictional cinematic methods, and the possibilities of the recorded voice and its articulation. Her working process questions and plays with the positions of the amateur and the professional subject of performativity, the medium itself, and the structures that dictate and produce patterns of behavior. She is a lecturer at the Department of Animation and New Media at the Academy of Fine Art in Zagreb, cofounder of the documentary film organization RESTART where she has been holding film education programs for children and young people for many years.

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