Race with Time. Performance in a Rear-view Mirror (2014)

Curator: Barbara Borčić
Production: SCCA-Ljubljana, 2014
Duration: 99′
Premiere: Slovenski gledališki inštitut (National Theatre Museum/Institute), June 5–16, 2014

The relationship between performance art and video art could be schematically demonstrated by four modes: 1) video as a document of performance, 2) video as a part of performance / performance as a part of video, 3) (video) performance, staged only for the camera, and 4) performance made possible only through video, its expressive and technological possibilities for processing and editing.

Nuša and Srečo Dragan, Video Painting (Masculin-feminin), 10′
video action
Trigon, Graz, 1979

Nuša in Srečo Dragan, Video slikanje (Masculin-feminin)

Miha Vipotnik, Videogram 4, 29′
video tapes from studio recordings and art video
RTV Ljubljana, 1976–79

Miha Vipotnik, Videogram 4

Marko A. Kovačič, Casus belli, 5′
video performance
1983

Marko A. Kovačič, Casus belli

Martina Bastarda, Mateja Ocepek, Nataša Skušek, Pissing, 4’29”
action for camera (outdoors)
2002

Martina Bastarda, Mateja Ocepek, Nataša Skušek, Pissing

Duba Sambolec, Collectors #3, *Settings*, 31′
video performance (a part of installation Collectors #3)
KIT Trondheim, 2002

Duba Sambolec, Collectors #3, *Settings*

Tomaž Furlan, Wear IV–VI, 5’28”, 3’22”
performances for camera (studio)
2005

Tomaž Furlan, Wear IV–VI

Ana Čigon, One More Kick, 3’40”
performance for camera (cadre)
2009

Ana Čigon, One More Kick

Mateja Bučar (with Aja Zupanec, Martina Ruhsam, Aleš Zorec, Ivan Mijačevič, Maja Kalafatič, Nina Pertot Weis), The Unnoticed, 7′
urban choreography
DUM, 2013–2014

Mateja Bučar, The Unnoticed