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"VIDEOSPOTTING"
Screening by SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts, Ljubljana


18.01 – 02.03.08

18.01.08 - 10.02.08

- Videodokument_Presents

Selected video works presented in Videodokument (1969-1998) 102'

Curated by: Barbara Borčić

Production: SCCA-Ljubljana, 2006

 

NUŠA & SREČO DRAGAN, The White Milk of White Breasts, 2' 24''

Ljubljana 1969 (1984)

 

MARIJAN OSOLE-MAX, Avtop, 4' 50''

ŠKD Forum, Ljubljana 1983

 

MIHA VIPOTNIK, Don't Panic, 7'

TV Koper & Obalne galerije Piran 1984

 

ZEMIRA ALAJBEGOVIĆ & NEVEN KORDA (Borghesia), Discipline (So Young), 3' 46''

FV Video / ŠKD Forum, Ljubljana 1984

 

MARKO A. KOVAČIČ, American Dream, 6'

Brut, Ljubljana 1986

 

ROK SIEBERER-KURI, Crisis, 3'

V.S. Video / ŠKUC – Forum, Ljubljana 1989

 

SAŠO PODGORŠEK, Model, 5'

Nord Cross Production, Mute film & TV Slovenija, Ljubljana 1989

 

ZEMIRA ALAJBEGOVIĆ & NEVEN KORDA, The Sand Collectors, 12'

V.S. Video / Forum Ljubljana & TV Slovenija, Ljubljana 1995

 

PETER VEZJAK, Venite Lucifer, 4'

Mute film & TV Slovenija, Ljubljana 1995

 

MARKO A. KOVAČIČ, Forth into the Past, 10'

V.S. Video / Forum Ljubljana & VPK, Ljubljana 1995

 

MIRKO SIMIĆ, Ausländer, 3' 52''

VPK & Magnifico, Ljubljana 1996

 

EMA KUGLER, Taiga, 8'

Forum Ljubljana & VPK, Ljubljana 1996

 

MIHA VIPOTNIK, Path of Crazy Wisdom, 9'

CalArts, Los Angeles 1993/96

 

NATAŠA PROSENC, One Way, 5' 32''

TV Slovenija, Ljubljana 1996

 

APOLONIJA ŠUŠTERŠIČ, Private Corridor – Public Toilets, 3' 30''

Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten Amsterdam & Forum Ljubljana 1997

 

SAŠO VRABIČ, Tower Flatline, 2'

Ljubljana 1998

 

- Videodokument: Video Art in Slovenia 1969-1998

Edited by Barbara Borčić

 

This documentation, archival and research project on video art in Slovenia has been developed within the scope of the SCCA-Ljubljana Documentation Program between 1994 and 2003. It presents a comprehensive overview of thirty years of video art in Slovenia.

 

Videodokument comprises:

CATALOGUE, documentation on artists and their video works presenting 21 artists, more than 400 video works in text and picture; chronology of events, commentaries and list of video works with final index of names.

Presented artists:

Vuk Ćosić, Nuša & Srečo Dragan, Nuša Dragan, Srečo Dragan, Jasna Hribernik, Marko Košnik, Marko A. Kovačič, Ema Kugler, Andrej Lupinc alias Keller, Marijan Osole-Max, Marko Peljhan, Sašo Podgoršek, Nataša Prosenc, Rok Sieberer-Kuri, Mirko Simić, Apolonija Šušteršič, Peter Vezjak-Retrovizija, Miha Vipotnik, Andrej Zdravič, ZANK-Zemira Alajbegović in Neven Korda.

 

ESSAYS, a book of essays on the history and usage of video technology and in relation to other art and culture practices.

 

CD-ROM, an interactive presentation on the electronic support with the contents from the catalogue and the book of essays presented in a more representational form: reduced data files, more visual material, cross-references, AVI movies.

 

WEBSITE (www.videodokument.org), an interactive presentation of the project with some representative parts of the contents on the Internet that includes the material from the Documentation catalogue, introduces the texts from the Book of Essays and launches the timetable with the intention of showing the density of video works by individual artists in specific years and periods.

 

STUDY ARCHIVE, video works by Slovene artists on Beta SP, DVD, mini DV, U-matic, VHS format.

 


12.02.08 - 02.03.08

- Creatures II

25'. Curated by: Barbara Borčić

Production: SCCA-Ljubljana, 2003

Oliver Marceta: Innocent When You Dream

U-Matic, Hochscule fur angewandte Kunst, Wien 1995, 5'

Damijan Kracina: Nails

VHS, D.K., Ljubljana 1995, 6’

Andrej Lupinc - Lupo: In Eight Minutes Around the World

TV Slovenija & A.L., Ljubljana 1990-2000, 8’ 20”

Neven A. Korda: Nomad

Mini DV, Neven A. Korda, Ljubljana 2002,1’

Marko A. Kovačič & Kolja Saksida: Lab Party

Mini DV, Forum Ljubljana & Zwiks Production, Ljubljana 2003, 4’40”

Music: DJ Borka

 

Creatures II, a thematic program of video works by Slovene authors, is comprised of five short video works, that are accessible on the presentation CD-ROM.  Creatures II is a part of SCCA-Ljubljana’s project Videospotting, which aims to present and promote video art from Slovenia on the international scene.

 

The selected videos include works of heterogeneous authors from various fields. What they all have in common is their use of video as their main media or as one of their means of expression and frequently as a component part of their Gesamtkunstwerk practice.

 

The videos deal with concepts of Time and Creature and question our relation to the Unknown, the Other and the Different. They present us with a binary coded world built of contradictory relations between Culture and Nature, Man and Machine, History and Future.

- Eyedentify Yourself

27'45''. Curated by: Tevž Logar

Production: SCCA-Ljubljana, 2006

 

Nika Autor & Robertina Šebjanić: Niro, 2006, 2'15''

Tomaž Furlan: Wear, 2005, 9'53''

Tomaž Tomažin: Mr. Tornhill, 2005, 2'07''

Vesna Bukovec, Lada Cerar, Metka Zupančič: Fisrt Impression, 2004, 9'

Nataša Berk: Poly Play, 2004, 4'¸8''

 

Eydentify Yourself presents the selected video production of last three years. It is focused on a young generation of artists and their personal attitude towards the theme of identity.

In everyday life we are confronted with different identities. Moreover, our identity is submitted to unceasing changes, modifications, transformations,… our personal identity deals with questions about ourselves, our problems, persistence question, identity through time. But the spectrum of the word identity is much wider and relates to more than just a personal identity. There are social, political, philosophical, artistic identities. Consequently, there exist a lot of different views on identity which is also perceived through the thematic video program Eydentify Yourself.

[www.scca-ljubljana.si]

> 7th February at 3,14

Lecture:

Barbara Borčić, Director of SCCA will lecture on Videodokument_Presents which is a comprehensive overview of thirty years of video art in Slovenia.
SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts-Ljubljana is based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The center´s objective is to produce, stimulate and mediate innovative artistic and interpretative practices and to encourage international links between them.


Presented artists: Vuk Ćosić, Nuša & Srečo Dragan, Nuša Dragan, Srečo Dragan, Jasna Hribernik, Marko Košnik, Marko A. Kovačič, Ema Kugler, Andrej Lupinc alias Keller, Marijan Osole-Max, Marko Peljhan, Sašo Podgoršek, Nataša Prosenc, Rok Sieberer-Kuri, Mirko Simić, Apolonija Šušteršič, Peter Vezjak-Retrovizija, Miha Vipotnik, Andrej Zdravič, ZANK-Zemira Alajbegović in Neven Korda.

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