SLOVENIA THROUGH ART
SLOVENIJA SKOZI UMETNOST
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How are Slovenian sights perceived if screened by contemporary art? Letters designed from protei (human fish), machines for producing wooden ware, the talking Soča trout, the Vače situla on the passport, a balloon in the Postojna cave and a new measuring unit, the Slovenian Mediterranean meter. Apart from that, golden toothpicks, Slovenia as a hen, comics from beehive panels, chairs from ploughs, Slavoj Žižek as a puppet, the Janšas on Mt. Triglav and sleeping in a cell.
This time a rather different edition of Slovenian Magazine focuses on particular features of Slovenia from the viewpoint of contemporary artists, who share an original and witty approach towards history and tradition.
The host of the program is Janez Škof with his “short cultural program for tourist promotion of Slovenia”.
A program with the participation of:
Janez Škof / Ksenija Baraga / Vuk Čosić / Maja Gspan / Jani Novak / Laibach / Darko Pokorn / Novi kolektivizem / Alenka Pirman / Miljenko Licul / Andrej Savski / Miran Mohar / IRWIN / Janez Janša, Janez Janša in Janez Janša / Dragan Živadinov / Eka Vogelnik / Sašo Sedlaček / Matej Kocjan Koco / Domen Slana / Jiri Kočica / Matjaž Berger / Damjan Kracina