Jelena Remetin is a visual artist working in the field of expanded painting, photography and film. Born in Split, Croatia, she has been living in Paris for over 2 decades where she studied multimedia and film at EFET, the renowned School of photography and film, after that direction of audiovisual production and postproduction in CEFPF, the European center for audiovisual production and at least she specialised in Virtual Reality in Dixit School in Paris (mentor Michel Reihlac, director Arte TV). Her video piece based on a D. Lynch song titled "I Know" was included in the final selection of the David Lynch Official Competition and won the short film award at Disturb Awards in Paris in 2012. She was also a finalist at Estée Lauder Pink Ribbon Photo award 2013.
In 2015. Jelena represented France and Croatia at the UNESCO Art Camp Malta for Peace workshop, and her triptych "Hope, Loss, Anxiety", created as part of the residency, became a part of UNESCO's art collection in Malta. In July 2016, she also represented France and Croatia at the UNESCO Art for Peace workshop in Andorra. The works she created in residence in Andorra are on display at the UN in New York. Recently she has been working on the realization of her digital art projects.
Jelena is a member of the CROATIAN FREELANCE ARTISTS ASSOCIATION and a professional artistic association MAISON DES ARTISTES in France.