Dan Oki (Slobodan Jokić, 1965, Zadar) has been making films since the end of 1980s. Besides being a filmmaker and visual artist he is also a professor of film and electronic arts. He belongs to the generation of artists who in 1990s in Amsterdam worked with experimental film and photography, made cinematographic databases and interactive video. After spending fifteen years living in the Netherlands and other countries, he returned to Croatia, where he produced and directed five independent feature films.
He has founded the Association Kazimir in Split where he has produced number of films for other artists and filmmakers from Croatia.
His films have been shown at Festivals like Motovun Film Festival, Brooklyn Film Festival, New York; International Film Festival Rotterdam; Image Forum Film Festival, Tokyo; Pula Film Festival; SEE Film Festival, Los Angeles; European Media Art Festival, Osnabruck, etc.
Dan Oki has exhibitied his works in the field of visual arts at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia; Mejan Labs - Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Stockholm, Sweden; Museo Nacional Centro De Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain; Palazzo Pubblico, Siena, Italy; The 5th International Biennale ARTEC'97, Nagoya, Japan; Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, The Netherlands; Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia; Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Novi Sad, Serbia; Doulon Museum of Modern Art, Shangai, China; Kibla, Maribor, Slovenia; Smart Project Space, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Andiamo Gallery, Marseille, France; ARCO Blackbox, Madrid, Spain etc.
He is a member of Croatian Film Directors Guild in Zagreb and of Croatian Visual Artists Association in Split.
The last Super 8 film (2017), Oproštaj / The Farawell (2013), Mrak / The Dark (2011), Predstava / The Performance (2010), Zoogen (2006), Ozone 3 RGB (2005), Oxygen 4 (2004), Vice Versa (2000), Divine Beings (1998), Kućepazitelj / The Householder (1997), Dinamis (1996), Navigations (1995), Separation (1994), Noa i ceremonije na vodi / Noah and Ceremonies on the Water (1991), V moje oči letio igle / The needles are flying in my eyes (1989), Moloh (1988).
Dan Oki was a visiting professor at IZK in the framework of Adria.Art, CEEPUS exchange program.