Vienne ChanVienne Chan

GO: Vienne Chan

Zdravo Ekonomija!

In her speculative, artistic work, Vienne Chan (*1980 in Hong Kong) examines the financial inequality that leads to social injustice and polarising political trends. In preparation for an exhibition in March 2019, she travels to Zagreb. There, together with participants of a local mini-hackathon she develops a collective capital fund on the basis of a comparable model, intended to focus on localised socioeconomic problems.

–> Vienne Chan’s Website

Neueste Posts:

What does it mean to be a part of the EU?

Croatia is the most recent country to join the EU. What has been the EU membership’s actual effect for Croatians? Photo from Macedonia, a candidate for EU membership.

Erste Ɯberlegungen

The Erste Bank was one of the first things I noticed when I arrived in Zagreb and I still can’t get it out of my mind. It’s not just because it’s everywhere, but it also…

Read More


Around 2008, Croatia went into a crisis. Many people had taken out mortgages written out in Swiss Francs to buy their homes. This means that they had to pay their mortgage installments in Croatian Kuna…

Read More

Being against Metrics

In Zagreb, the mayor passed a motion that pays parents who stay at home to take after their children. It all sounds very progressive, but it often ends up being the mother who stays at…

Read More