Kruno Jošt holds an MA in new media arts from Transart Institute. His interdisciplinary art practice uses new media and alternative methods to investigate society, media, culture, new technologies and awareness. He experiments with unconventional display methods, which stimulates group activity through collaborative and participative practices. He has collaboratively curated exhibitions and participated in group performances and artist interventions. He won the Croatian Ministry of Culture’s award for the best electronic musical piece in 2007, and in 2009 he was awarded the best collaborative work of located media at ArteMove Festival in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Jošt’s latest open-end artwork, Centre for Creative Solutions (C4CS) is an off-the-grid living and working premises in Croatia that includes a permaculture garden and a research lab. Jošt is part of the GenteJunk collective where, since 2006, he collaborates in many ongoing projects. Since 2006, Jošt has also been exhibiting in unusual places ranging from old army barracks to outdoor activities centers. Most recently he has collaborated with anthropologists, ecologists and other artists on projects that are focused on the environment and the Anthropocene.