Presentations and screenings
Wednesday, 14 November, from 6 pm
Vžigalica Gallery, Trg francoske revolucije 7, Ljubljana
Our colleague Sandro Droschl from Medienturm Graz has presented a highly distinguished selection published in the Edition Medienturm with versatile yet carefully corresponding works by artist: Klaus Schuster, Lia, Dariusz Kowalski, Karø Goldt, G.R.A.M., Pfaffenbichler / Schreiber, and reMI.
Edition Medienturm (pdf)
Artists: Klaus Schuster, Lia, Dariusz Kowalski, Karø Goldt, G.R.A.M., Pfaffenbichler / Schreiber, reMI
Curator: Sandro Droschl (Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz, www.medienturm.at)
Some videos per year are published as limited artists’ contribution in the frame of the “Edition Medienturm” (Graz). Experimental Austrian and international artists’ videos which discuss also the dynamic and manifold relation of image and sound in the field of contemporary media/art are shown. The “Edition Medienturm” intends to transport contemporary video art towards a (potentially new) qualified public.
VIDEO ART IN SERBIA: experimental-processual paradigm (pdf)
Artists: Zoran Todorović, grupa Apsolutno, Vladimir Todorović, Stevan Kojić
Curator: Sanja Kojić Mladenov (MSUV, Novi Sad)
Later in the evening we were very pleased to receive an in-dept video lecture from Sanja Kojić Mladenov who had contextualised the works of Zoran Todorović, grupa Apsolutno, Vladimir Todorović, and Stevan Kojić in the frame of experimental processual paradigms of Video Art in Srbia.
A significant part of contemporary experimental video practice is focused on the research within the process of creation and implementation of artistic work. “Video Art in Serbia: experimental-processual paradigm” includes video works created in different ways and through a lack of classical concepts of video production, without the traditional use of cameras and montage. On the lecture were presented works of Zoran Todorovic, The Center for New Media kuda.org, Vladimir Todorovic and Stevan Kojic.