11. 02. 2015Samostojna razstava Vesne Bukovec

Vesna Bukovec: In če se motim? / And if I am wrong?
(pregledna razstava risb / survey exhibition of drawings )
13.–27. 2. 2015
Hiša kulture v Pivki
Otvoritev / Opening: 13. 2. 2015 ob 19.00

Kustosinja / Curator: Mojca Grmek

Umetnica bo na razstavi predstavila izbor iz aktualne produkcije risb, ki na kritično-humoren način obravnavajo zagate posameznice ali posameznika ob številnih potrošniških, identitetnih, poklicnih in političnih izbirah, ki jih ponuja današnji čas. Njene risbe, vselej povezane v serije, nastajajo po fotografijah, ki jih najde na svetovnem spletu, večkrat pa vanje vključi tudi besedilo, ki je večinoma v ‘univerzalnem’ angleškem jeziku. V ospredju teh konceptualnih risb, ki so kolaž večinoma citiranih podob in izjav, je njihova sporočilnost, s katero umetnica podaja svoj komentar in kritiko sodobne družbene realnosti.

The exhibition brings forward a selection from the current production of drawings by Vesna Bukovec. The drawings, always conected in series, are based on the photos found on the Internet and often include text. They address the dilemma of the individual on a vast number of consumer, identity, professional and political choices offered today. The message of these conceptual drawings, which are collages of mostly quoted images and statements, is the artist’s comment and critique of contemporary social reality.

Več / More:
http://www.vesna-bukovec.net/eng/archives/2064
http://hisakulturepivka.com

3. 11. 2014A short film about the Video in Progress 5 festival

Predstavljamo kratek film o festivalu Video in Progress 5.
Avtor filma je Toni Poljanec. / The film was made by Toni Poljanec.

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20. 10. 2014F.I.V.E. – Feelings International Videoart Experience

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Video večer / Video Evening #20

In the 20th Video Evening KOLEKTIVA presents another project initiated by international video festival Magmart | video under volcano from Italy.

Video večer / Video Evening #20
F.I.V.E. – Feelings International Videoart Experience

Tuesday, 28. 10. 2014 at 7 pm
Photon Gallery
Trg prekomorskih brigad 1, Ljubljana

Participating: Enrique Lacorbeille (IT), Andreas Mares (AT), Nara Denning (US), Russel Chartier (US), Sylvia Toy (US), Silvia De Gennaro (IT), Francesca Amati (IT), Mohamed Harb (PS), Damon Mohl (US), Antonello Matarazzo (IT), Arya Sukapura Putra (ID), Clara Aparicio (UK), Steven Verstuyft (BE), Emre Onol (TR), Marc Neys (BE), Jamie Rodriguez (ES), Benna Gaean Maris (IT), Lelievre Lievre (FR),Willehad Eilers (NL), Dimitri Fagbohoun (BJ), Lino Strangis (IT), John Sanborn (US), Urszula Kluz-Knopek (PL), Gérard Cairaschi (FR), Danilo Rosini (IT)

F.I.V.E. project art driector: Enrico Tomaselli (IT)
Total screening time: 1h 30 min

The Hole by Emre Onol
Emre Onol: The Hole, still
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11. 07. 2014KOLEKTIVA’s project is part of the e-flux’s Agency of Unrealized Projects

[slovensko]

Talk to the Other Side

KOLEKTIVA’s project Talk to the Other Side from 2006 is included in the online archive Agency of Unrealized Projects by e-flux.
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10. 06. 2014Zipped Worlds

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Zipped Worlds
Photography in Public Domain

30 May – 18 June 2014
Kult 3000 Gallery, Metelkova ulica 2/b, Ljubljana

Artists: Breda Beban, Emma Ciceri, Fabrizio Giraldi, G.R.A.M., KOLEKTIVA, Borut Krajnc, Paula Muhr, Adrian Paci

The exhibition is part of the Photonic Moments – Month of Photography 2014 festival.


Breda Beban, Airport Chapels, 2003 / Adrian Paci, One and twenty-four chairs, 2012
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28. 05. 2014Video in Progress 5

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Kolektiva Institute and Photon – Centre for Contemporary Photography are announcing international video festival:

Video in Progress 5: Reflections of the Past

June 5 – 7, 2014, Ljubljana

Video in Progress 5


About the festival

In 2014 the Video in Progress festival has joined with the Photonic Moments – Month of Photography festival.

Video in Progress 5: Reflections of the Past brings forth a variety of contemporary international video art addressing the issues of past times and memories. In this edition we took up the research of time and transitoriness. As selectors we were interested in how the common historical narratives intertwines with personal memories and how they both affect our identity and our sense of being in the world. At a time of multimedia culture, saturated with numerous events and information quickly sliding into oblivion, memories become fragile and evasive. Because of that there is a need to constantly interpret or reinterpret past events in order to make sense out of our present society and our actions as individuals.
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