Andreja Kulunčić (born 1968) is a contemporary Croatian artist. In her art practice, she deals with current social issues by appropriating various conventional forms of communication, for example: radio shows, advertisements, newspaper articles, etc. Her art focuses on the communication of concepts and ideas on socially engaged themes, and is thus process-orientated as opposed to object-based. Since 2009, she has been working in the University of Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in the New Media department. Group shows: Documenta 11 (Kassel), Manifesta 4 (Frankfurt/Main), 8. Istanbul Biennial (Istanbul), Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), Liverpool Biennial 04 (Liverpool), 10. Triennial - India (New Delhi), PS1 (New York), Museum MUAC (Mexico City), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Kumu Art Museum (Tallinn), Casino Luxembourg (Luxembourg), Museum of Contemporary Art (Zagreb), Moderna galerija (Ljubljana), Zacheta National Gallery of Art (Warszawa), Museum of Modern Art (Saint-Étienne). Solo shows: Museum MUAC (Mexico City), Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade), Museo MADRE (Napoli), Art in General (New York), Artspace Visual Art Center (Sidney), Darat Al Funun (Jordan), NOVA gallery (Zagreb).