Katalin Ladik: Screaming Hole


You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Thursday,  7th of December, at 8 pm.

This exhibition of Katalin Ladik, the exceptional, yet, overlooked artist, whose significance we only began to appreciate in the past few years, is focused on her poetic experiments, on the intersection of the voice, the body, meaning and record. The Screaming Hole is based on works in which Ladik confronts the paradox of the voice as the intersection of language and the body, belonging to neither, yet, serving as the site of their encounter.

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Špela Petrič & Miha Turšič – Liminal Agents


You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Thursday, 12th of October, at 7 pm.

Given the presented projects, we may try to indicate the variegated and complex issues raised by Špela Petrič in Miha Turšič in their research-oriented art practice with the question that seems to motivate these practical attempts. This is the question of the possibilities and ways of establishing a relation to the non-human – be it vegetal, animal or technological other – that would not be based on privileging the “human”. The projects do not focus much on a critique of anthropocentrism; rather, they arise from its very crisis, which is growing deeper in the age of the Anthropocene due to the global economic processes, environmental changes, research in the fields of cognitive, biological and information sciences and technological development.

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Goran Petercol: Hierarchical rows


You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Thursday, 14th September, at 8 pm at Škuc Gallery.

The lack of any evocative or associative referential framework is probably one of the first things we experience when encountering Goran Petercol’s work. We look in vain for entry points for metaphorical readings or appropriated quotes that would open for us a suggestive line, as the current practices of cultural and artistic appropriation are so keen to do. Even though the initial encounter with his works temporarily denies us the usefulness of everyday mechanisms for reading the world and art, this is by no means an encounter that would refer to a metaphysical experience of any kind. On the contrary, we are surrounded by recognisable phenomena, materials or objects that, to a certain point, even behave the way we are accustomed to. However, at that certain point, the expected connections fail completely and we are no longer able to situate the events within systemic frameworks that provide a meaningful haven.

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tech x space

© Christopher Kulendran Thomas / Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann, Photography: Joseph Kadow

Aleksandra Domanović, Harun Farocki, Vadim Fiškin, Pakui Hardware, Christopher Kulendran Thomas (in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann), Marko Peljhan, Fatima Al Qadiri and Dalton Caldwell.

You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Tuesday, 8th of August, at 8 pm.

New technologies are crucial to the acceleration of capitalist operations and, consistent with them, they are no longer oriented primarily towards human actors or instrumental to them. The exhibition is focused on the role of digital technologies and planetary computation for the organisation of global space, which is structured by them in ways, on a scale and at a rate that evade human perceptive and cognitive capacities. The exhibition registers the consequences and the potentials of shifting the driving force of social organisation towards automated and increasingly autonomous processes. Furthermore, it opens the question of how contemporary art, which as a field is still largely bound to its humanist base and (human) spectator, can register the rise of non-human actors, networks and systems, which take on an increasingly leading role in the organisation of complex contemporary capitalist societies.

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This is Not a Name


32nd Graphic Biennial: Birth as Criterion

You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Friday, 16th of June, from 6-10 pm. On Saturday, 17th of June, we cordially invite you to take part in the guided tour of the exhibition, headed by Miklavž Komelj.

With the invitation from the director of the International Centre of Graphic Arts, Nevenka Šivavec, to join forces and try to confront the renewed reduction of the biennial’s significance to dichotomous debates about outmoded binary positions such as old/new, graphic/non-graphic, media/contemporary, the members of the biennial’s collective have been given a far-reaching task to consider. Read more…

Open Call


Open Call

Urška Aplinc, Maks Bricelj, Maja Burja, Gašper Capuder, Janja Kosi, Blaž Miklavčič, Danilo Milovanović

31.5. – 9.6.2017


Every art scene, the specific space and time-bound environment of art production, is dominated by discourses that offer local art production a conceptual framework and a theoretical context, its points and field of reference, while at the same time they also, to a large extent, determine art production both in terms of the coordinates of its reflexivity and in terms of the ways its ideas materialise. Read more…

re- Exhibition on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the World of Art, School for Curatorial Practices and Critical Writing


World of Art | School for Curatorial Practices and Critical Writing | Year 16

You are kindly invited to attend the opening of the exhibition re-, an exhibition on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the World of Art, School for Curatorial Practices and Critical Writing, on Tuesday, 9 May, at 8 pm in Škuc Gallery.Artists: Rene Rusjan, Blaž Miklavčič

Curators: Lenka Đorojević, Miha Kelemina
Assistant: Lara Plavčak

The exhibition was prepared and realized with the help of the participants of the World of Art School, Year 16: Urška Aplinc, Živa Brglez, Maja Burja, Anabel Karolyn Černohorski, Magdalena Germek, Anja Guid, Nika Ham, Ajda Ana Kocutar, Iza Pevec, Adrijan Praznik, Nina Tepeš.

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Small But Dangers: Not the same


You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Tuesday, March 7th, at 8 pm.

The combinatorics of painted, drawn, sculpted and readymade fragments, which offer a new cryptic text with each set up, represents a recognisable gesture of the Small But Dangers (SBD) Read more…

Rossella Biscotti & Kevin van Braak: T

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Rossella Biscotti & Kevin van Braak: T

You are kindly invited to the opening of the show on Friday, February 3rd, at 8 pm.

The enigmatically entitled exhibition project T focuses on Rossella Biscotti’s and Kevin van Braak’s collaborative works and common interests in questions of history, memory and ideology, most notably bringing into focus the intersections of ideology and form. Triggered by diverse historical fragments, Biscotti and Braak develop a complex, yet very material reflection on the remnants of their original ideological inscription, through different acts of re-contextualisation dissecting the inner dynamics of the politics of form. Read more…