Siniša Labrović, born 1965, Sinj, Croatia, has exhibited all over Croatia and abroad. He currently lives and works freelance in Berlin. His first solo exhibition was at Otok Gallery in Dubrovnik in 2000, and in 2005 he attracted attention with his work Flock.org, in which sheep played the role of contestants in a reality show. In 2007 he won the purchase prize at the first T-HT and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) competition in Zagreb for the video Family Diary/News. This work is in the permanent display of the MCA, while the video documentation of the action Bandaging the Wounded, 2000, is in the permanent display of the Fine Arts Gallery in Split. Several works are in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka. In 2009 he presented the work Lisansustu Egitim/Postagraduate Education at the 11th Istanbul Biennial. In 2012 he represented Croatia at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale, presenting Common Ground together with Pula Group, Hrvoslava Brkušić, Igor Bezinović and Boris Cvjetanović. He is represented by Michaela Stock Gallery in Vienna.