Vjeko Sager is an artist, philosopher, educator and curator. Best described as an architect of the mind, his work has been awarded, exhibited and represented in public and private collections throughout the world. 

Vjeko is an artist who rejects comforting visions. He refuses simple answers proffered by figures of authority or dictated by common sense, believing that they numb us to the complexity of reality and blinds us to possibility. Instead, his art and his philosophy constantly push against the boundaries of knowability. The breaks in linearity in his art work signify the end of reason, and challenge us to discover what lies in the space beyond.

Yun-Jou Chang 

Cinevolution Media + Arts

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In praise of solitude

Happiness could either be a vague & fleeing feeling, or a prolonged state of mind. Instant happiness comes form small & pleasant events and happiness as condition comes from creativity. Creative persons are subscribed to solitude and for them so called “social isolation” is not an obstacle, but advantage.

“My solitude doesn’t depend on the presence or absence of people; on the contrary, I hate who steals my solitude without, in exchange, offering me true company.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche

Vjeko Sager/ Anatomy of Accidents 

live : : drawing

Artist Vjeko Sager imagines our future city during the "Localicious" RE:generation Dialogue IV.

What is creativity? 

David Frank Gomes and Jochen Schliessler 
in conversation with Vjeko Sager

Vjeko Sager
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