20. 03. 2018Correspondences

Curated program of video poetry
Wednesday, 21 March 2018, 19.30pm
Pritličje, Mestni trg 2, Ljubljana

Videopoezija Sorodnosti/Correspondences

The video program Correspondences curated by Dušan Dovč presents the production of the Gulag Institute from Ljubljana, MKC Maribor (MKC Črka program) and KUD Liber from Krško. As well as the video work by the artist participating in the DIVA Station Archive.

The selection shows very divers works, from animation to video when the sound (i.e. poem) is omitted and replaced by gestures and blurred image.

The program will be screened for the World Poetry Day on March 21 at 19.30 in the Pritličje in Ljubljana, where poetry readings will be held all day.

Blaž Milar, Mateja Gačnik, Kaja Blazinšek & Stanka HrasteljSinhronost z dejanskim stanjem (KUD Liber, 2015), 2:51
Jože Slaček & Jan ŠmarčanKo se ustavi čas (MKC Črka, 2015), 2:47
Valérie Wolf GangOddaljen spomin (iz arhiva Postaja DIVA, 2014), 2:43
Gorazd Krnc & Peter SemoličShotokan (Zavod Gulag, 2015), 3:20
Zoran Srdič & Gregor PodlogarOklepaj (Zavod Gulag, 2016), 2:53
Rene Puhar, Hana Repše, Miha Sagadin & Dejan KobanŠalamun je mrtev pika konec debate (MKC Črka, 2015), 3:00
Toni Soprano & David BedračPadanja (MKC Črka, 2015), 2:27
Nataša Berk & Anja GolobPtička (MKC Črka, 2015), 1:17

MORE:  http://www.scca-ljubljana.si/en/correspondences/

18. 12. 2017Screening of new program ‘At some point, in some place’

Screening of a new video program At some point, in some place at Shrot Film Night.
Short Film Night: Thursday, 21 December 2017, from 5pm
Video screening from DIVA Station: 10.30pm
Slovenian Cinematheque, Miklošičeva 28, Ljubljana

Ob nekem času na nekem mestu

On the winter solstice, the longest night of the year, SCCA-Ljubljana again joins the initiative of promoting and supporting short films with a selection of works from its DIVA Station archive.

For this opportunity, on the 21th of December, the Slovene Cinematheque will host numerous programmes showing an abundant selection of short films. Short film night will offer a diverse display of works all the way to the early hours.

A selection of works from DIVA Station, prepared by Peter Cerovšek will be shown at 10.30 pm.

More: www.scca-ljubljana.si/en/at-some-point-in-some-place

8. 11. 2017The world is obliged to live you

Gorazd Krnc: Me V(isual)S(ound) You, 2006
Gorazd Krnc: Me V(isual)S(ound) You, 2006

Screening of a new video program The world is obliged to live you at the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage.
Friday, October 27 2017
Slovenian Cinematheque, Miklošičeva 28, Ljubljana

The World Day for Audiovisual Heritage provides an occasion to raise general awareness of the need to take urgent measures and to acknowledge the importance of audiovisual documents. “It’s your story – don’t lose it” is the theme of this year’s celebration of the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage (27 October).

Video art selection The world is obliged to live you from DIVA Station archive presents works which displays broad possibilities of video appropriation practices. Technique of finding new concepts by selecting, combining and manipulating old audiovisual materials the so called archival, appropriated or found footages. Anita Budimir selected works by artists Uršula Berlot, Vesna Bukovec, Neven Korda, Damijan Kracina, Gorazd Krnc, Nataša Prosenc Stearns and Mirko Simić.

More: www.scca-ljubljana.si/arhiv/world-day-for-audiovisual-heritage-2017.htm

25. 08. 2017Awaiting the Future

Awaiting the Future

Screening of a new video program Awaiting the Future / 24th Anniversary of Metelkova City
Friday, 8 September 2017, 8.30pm
Studio of Andrej Pezelj, Metelkova City

Celebrating the 24th Anniversary of Metelkova City, SCCA-Ljubljana joins the celebration with a selection of works from its DIVA Station archive. Anita Budimir selected seven video works by Zemira Alajbegović / DJ Plasma, Maja Smrekar, Nataša Prosenc Stearns, Zoran Srdić Janežič, Mirko Simič and Jasna Hribernik. The screening will take in the studio of Andrej Pezelj (entrance near Alkatraz Gallery).

More: www.scca-ljubljana.si/arhiv/news-en_17-23.htm

22. 05. 2017Premiere of new curated video program in Vienna

Postaja DIVA predstavlja IV

We would like to invite you to premiere of the curated video program DIVA Station Presents IV in Vienna, in Blickle Kino, placed in 21er Haus, Quartier Belvedere, Museum of Contemporary Art on Wednesday, 7 June 2017, at 7pm.

In partnership with Ursula Blickle Video Archiv and with the support of Skica the archive will be presented for the first time in Vienna. The program will include the presentation of DIVA Station by Barbara Borčić, program advisor, curator and head of video programs at SCCA-Ljubljana, a screening of curated program DIVA Station Presents IV and a discussion moderated by Claudia Slanar, the curator of the Ursula Blickle Video Archive at the 21er Haus – Museum of Contemporary Art.

More: www.scca-ljubljana.si/news-en_17-18.htm

31. 03. 2017Slovenian premiere of the curated video program DIVA Station Presents III

Postaja DIVA predstavlja III

We would like to invite you to Slovenian premiere of the curated video program DIVA Station Presents III in Slovenian Cinematheque in Ljubljana on Tuesday, 4 April 2017, 8pm.

Synoptic video program, entitled DIVA Station Presents III, was curated by Barbara Borčić. The premiere program was successfully introduced last year – at first in the LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), then in Brooklyn (New York), where we were hosted by organization UnionDocs (unDo) Center for Documentary Art.

Curated video program will now have its debut for the local audience in the Slovenian Cinematheque. Selection presents 17 video works which are divided into three parts: From analogue to digital, From memory to fiction and From impression to digression.

MORE: www.scca-ljubljana.si/arhiv/news-en_17-14.htm

21. 01. 2017Fresh Perspective

Ana Sluga, Somewhere Else, 2011
Ana Sluga, Somewhere Else, 2011

January 24, 2017, 7pm
Cultural Centre Nova Gorica, Mala dvorana

The Fresh Perspective program focuses on technological and stylistic characteristics as well as shifts in contents and concepts in the production compared to older works from the archive. The program pursuits for different artistic approaches to the times of today and intentionally exposes women artists.

Selected works: Ana Čigon, Za luno, 2015; Pila Rusjan, Elisa, 5, 2010; Noemi Veberič Levovnik, The Yellow Turn, 2011; Valerie Wolf Gang, Distant Memory, 2014; Katarina Rešek (Kukla), Napravi mi dete: Napoleon, 2016; Andrea Knezović, Ode to Helplessness, The Inability to Breathe In 1.0, 2016; Ana Sluga, Somewhere Else, 2011; Yuliya Molina, Some-body, 2015; Neža Jurman (Nez Pez), Morph, 2016; Urška Djukić, Persistence vol.2, 2014; Nika Autor, Postcards, 2010; Vesna Bukovec, Circular, 2016; RÁTNEEK (Maja Prelog, Blaž Murn), 2 0 4 5, 2016

15. 01. 2017»Bogdaj mrličem spat« / Let the Dead Sleep premiered at Photon Gallery

Nataša Prosenc Stearns, Afterlife
Nataša Prosenc Stearns, Afterlife, 2010

January 18, 2017, 6pm
Photon Gallery, Ljubljana

The title of the programme (curated by Jasna Jernejšek) is taken from the Miha Vipotnik’s video, entitled Lenora in which he metaphorically addresses the possibilities of artists to question the incomprehensible paradox of death, or „enigma of death“ as Hans Belting designated it. The idea of death that exceeds biological finitude of human body is based on complex mixture of processes, socially accepted knowledges, expectations, beliefs, rituals and everyday practices which are integral part of the cultural definition of death.

The selected artists contemplate the idea of death in various ways. How is one touched upon the death of the (beloved) Other? Is death possible without life, and the opposite, is the life without death possible? How to deliberate one’s own death? How to see one’s own death given that it is impossible gaze which is a source of numerous fantasies? The artists of this programme do not offer unambiguous answers but rather reflect their personal experiences in their own expressive ways.

Selected works: Damijan Kracina, Ant, 1997, Miha Vipotnik, Lenora, 1983, Ema Kugler, Phantom, 2003, Marko Kovačič, Requiem M, 1990, Nataša Prosenc Stearns, Afterlife, 2010, Gorazd Krnc, Three Doors, 2007

19. 12. 2016Thank you for your attention!

Thank you for your attention!

Video screening from DIVA Station archive
Short Film Night: Wednesday, 21 December 2016, 23pm
Slovenian Cinematheque, Miklošičeva 28, Ljubljana

A selection of works from DIVA station, prepared by Neža Grum and Luka Polutnik titled Thank you for your attention!.

In today’s time we face an abundance of information, which are outlining our daily routines and often divert out attention. The curated video programme explores attention deficiency on two levels. The selection of six video works tries to catch the viewers’ attention and at the same time test it and look for reasons for its absence. It tackles it with humour, sexuality, meditation and spirituality, provocation, repetitivity and materiality.

Selected works: Oliver Marčeta: Jesus von New Orleans, 1994, Jasna Hribernik: House of Contrasts, 1998, Ana Sluga: Still Life I/, 2011, Mark Požlep: Soft machine, 2010, Nataša Prosenc Stearns: Betonski človek (The Concrete Man), 1995, Ana Čigon: OHOHO, 2015

More: www.scca-ljubljana.si/arhiv/news-en_16-29.htm

2. 12. 2016DIVA Station Presents No 3: New York

DIVA Station Presents No 3

Presentation of archive, screening of video program and discussion
December 4, 7.30pm
UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art, Brooklyn, New York

DIVA Station was hosted by UnionDocs (UnDo) Center for Documentary Art based in Brooklyn. The event included the presentation of DIVA Station archive and a screening of curated program DIVA Station Presents No 3. Curator Barbara Borčić presented DIVA Station archive, while Emil Memon, New York based artist, and Pawel Wojtasik, video artist and film maker, joined the discussion.

Selected works:

  • From analogue to digital
    Miha Vipotnik: Space 2, 1986; Ana Čigon: One More Kick, 2009; Sašo Sedlaček: Veliki izklop / The Big Switch Off, 2011; Luka Dekleva: Singing Bridges, 2008; Vesna Bukovec: Important News, 2003; Nika Špan: How to Socialise the Blues?, 2007
  • From memory to fiction
    Marko A. Kovačič: Naprej v preteklost / Forth into the Past, 1995; Valeri Wolf Gang: Distant Memory, 2014; Miha Vipotnik: Path of Crazy Wisdom, 1993
  • From impression to digression
    Emil Memon: Schizophrenia / Blue movie, 1983/95; Nataša Prosenc Stearns: The Noise Factor, 2012; Urška Djukić: Persistence 2, 2014; Neven Korda: Jesensko tihožitje / An Autumnal Still Life, 2002; Zvonka T Simčič: Broken h-h-h…egg, 2000; Ana Čigon: Finger in U.S., 2010; Jasna Hribernik: Tense Present: Šum fotonov / Tense Present: Photon Noise, 2015; Andrej Lupinc: V 8. minutah okoli sveta / In Eight Minutes Around the World, 1990-2000

More: www.scca-ljubljana.si/arhiv/news-en_16-26.htm