2017, Curatorial projects | Proyectos curatoriales, Lectures | Conferencias, Ljubljana, PUBLICATIONS | PUBLICACIONES, Slovenia | Eslovenia, TALGIA

SLOW MOTION SCREAM / KRIK V UPOČASNJENEM GIBANJU

Brez žebljev in podstavkov & Videospotting

Krik v upočasnjenem gibanju
Zgodnja video umetnost z Južnega konusa
(Southern Cone) 

Razstava video del iz Argentine, Čila in Urugvaja
med letoma 1981 in 2001.

Kuratorka: Angela López Ruiz
Uvodna predstavitev in predavanje: Francisco Tomsich

Odprtje: sreda, 11. oktober 2017, ob 19. uri
Projektna soba SCCA, Metelkova 6, Ljubljana
Razstava bo na ogled do 13. oktobra 2017,
od 10. do 16. ure.

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No Nails, No Pedestals & Videospotting

Slow motion scream
Early video art from the Southern Cone
An exhibition of video art works from Argentina,
Chile and Uruguay between 1981 and 2001

Curator: Angela López Ruiz
Introduction: Francisco Tomsich

Opening: Wednesday, October 11, 2017, at 7pm
Project room SCCA, Metelkova 6, Ljubljana
Exhibition will be open till October 13, 10am – 4pm.

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Umetniki: Fernando Álvarez CozziSybil Brintrup & Magali Meneses,Gloria Camiruaga, Juan DowneyRubén Guzmán, Narcisa Hirsch, Los Estómagos,  Clemente Padín, Javier Sobrino & Guillermo FaivovichCarlos Trilnick

Izbor video del predlaga genealogijo pomembnih video umetniških praks, ki so se pojavile v času globokih političnih, družbenih in kulturnih konfliktov.

Predstavitev del (v angleščini, pdf)

Kuratorsko besedilo (v angleščini, pdf):
Ángela López Ruiz: Encounters and networks in the constellation of video art in the Southern Cone (1981-2001)

Francisco Tomsich bo s kratkim predavanjem, v katerem se bo osredotočil na primerjalno analizo začetkov video umetnosti v dveh do zdaj ločenih kontekstih, slovenskem in urugvajskem, naredil uvod v razstavo in jo tudi na kratko predstavil.

Francisco Tomsich: One-direction gaps. Notes on the origins of video art in Uruguay and Slovenia (Fragment) (v angleščini, pdf)

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Artists: Fernando Álvarez CozziSybil Brintrup & Magali Meneses,Gloria Camiruaga, Juan DowneyRubén Guzmán, Narcisa Hirsch, Los Estómagos,  Clemente Padín, Javier Sobrino & Guillermo FaivovichCarlos Trilnick

The selection proposes a genealogy of significant video art practices that emerged in times of deep political, social and cultural conflicts.

Presentation of works (pdf)

Curatorial text ( pdf):
Ángela López Ruiz: Encounters and networks in the constellation of video art in the Southern Cone (1981-2001)

The exhibition will be introduced by Francisco Tomsich, adding a remarkable focus on the comparative analysis of the beginnings of video art in two up until now detached contexts, Slovenian and Uruguayan.

Francisco Tomsich: One-direction gaps. Notes on the origins of video art in Uruguay and Slovenia (Fragment) (pdf)

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2017, Actions | Acciones, ASSOCIATIONS | ASOCIACIONES, GIFS, Iconocante, Ljubljana, Memes, Meta City Symptoms / Materialni Pogoji Produkcije, Slovenia | Eslovenia

Memes (Meta City Symptoms 52)

MATERIALNI POGOJI PRODUKCIJE | META CITY SYMPTOMS 52
Francisco Tomsich | Memes 
Torek | Tuesday | Martes 19.9.2017, 20:00
Podhod Tivoli, Ljubljana

Memes was a projection of a series of 40 ordered memes made combining fragments of the “Epilogue” to G. M. Tamás’s essay Telling the truth about class with a ramdom selection of the artist’s collection of images, the Iconocante. These images are often used as sources for drawings and paintings and have diverse origins: press photography, self-made videos and photos, historical archives, reproductions of artworks, etc. The action was carried out under heavy and persistent rain at the entrance of a tunnel in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

 

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2017, Group shows | Muestras colectivas, Porto, Portugal

O livro disperso

‘The Book Dispersed’ is an exhibition that creates a space for practitioners to come together, read, think and discuss a highly significant aspect of contemporary visual culture, i.e. the rich and diverse methods found in books produced by artists.

Featuring: Beatriz AlbuquerqueAna AlvimPatricia Almeida & David-Alexandre GuéniotAbigail AscensoIsabel BaraonaRicardo BasbaumStanislav BrisaJessica BrouderCatarina F. CardosoIsabel CarvalhoPaulo CatricaJulie CookOs Espacialistas, Ana Fonseca, Lara Gonzalez, Dejan HabichtMichael Hampton, Teresa Huertas, Andrea Inocêncio,  Calum F. KerrSharon Kivland, Tanja LazeticCatarina LeitãoAna MadureiraFernando MaranteEugénia Mussa, Eva-Maria Offermann, Andrea Alves de Oliveira, José Oliveira, Susana PaivaTadej PogacarPedro ProençaCarla Rebelo, Eduardo Sousa Ribeiro, Mireille Ribière, Sara Rocio, Ana João Romana & Susana Anágua, paula roushAna SantosKim SvenssonFrancisco Tomsich, Francisco Varela, Rodrigo VilhenaEmmanuelle Waeckerle e Gillian Wylde.

In the 1960s and 1970s the artists’ book came to be seen as an alternative, democratic platform largely free from commercial and/or institutional control, which could be accessed in the private sphere. With the rapid development of digital technology and the consequent rise of the internet one might have expected the book to have become less relevant as an artistic medium, yet this has not come to pass. That digital technology has made it easier and less costly for artists to produce and distribute their work worldwide is certainly a contributing factor, but given its creative potential, couldn’t the artists’ book also provide a format that not only challenges exhibition norms, but actually expands their horizons?

Opening: 23.8.2017

Casa das Artes, Porto (Rua Ruben A 210, 15:00)

Sput&nik The Window . Porto (Rua Bonjardim 1340, 21:30)

http://media-instaveis.tumblr.com/livrodisperso

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Tone. Fažana, August 2017. 29 x 21 cm

2017, Coal | Carbón, Croatia | Croacia, Drawings | Dibujos, Fažana, Paper | Papel, Portraits | Retratos
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