Videofestival Natures 16
Traditional four-day video festival at the Bežigrad Gallery 2 and the sixteenth festival of video will present authors who have been selected through a competition: Aleksij Kobal, Katja Kotnik, Andreja Kranjec, Veronika Kržičnik, Davorin Marc, Rebeka Fridrih Gosak, Ali Kovačič, Katja Kotnik, Anja Šavli, Ula Pogorevčnik, Eva Palčič, Christina Rems Loboda, Pila Rusjan, Sara Selšek, Nina Štepec, Dejan Štefančič, Minea Vrabl in Tonja Žagar.
The video works presented at the Festival Natures are based on images of nature, or else include images of nature in some of their sequences, or are derived from things found in nature. Also in the nature of human existence and living, in the relations between past and present events, and the responses to them. The Video Festival Natures is marked by people and their natures.
To the Natures
The threeth annual Videofestival Natures in Bežigrad Gallery 2 this year features over two hundred videos from twenty-eight countries and ranging from one minute to full-length. To be selected, videos must be created up to a few years before each festival. Artists from all over the world are invited to enter the competition.
Ali Kovačič, Svetloba, 2018, 0.55 min
Anja Šavli, Umazano bela, 2018, 0.49 min
Christina Rems Loboda, Vsakdan, 2018,2.14 min
Eva Palčič, –, 2018, 0.52. min
Rebeka Fridrih Gosak, Katja Kotnik, Minea Vrabl, Sara Selšek, Tonja Žagar, Nebo, nebo, 2018, 2.12 min
Nina Štepec, Izgubljena, 2018, 1.10 min
Veronika Kržičnik, Jutro, 2018, 1.43 min
Andreja Kranjec, Iskanje ustavljanja, 2019, 2.48 min
Ula Pogorevčnik, Pod okriljem, 2019, 9.30 min
Davorin Marc, In pride, jesen, 2018, 3.58 min
Aleksij Kobal, Barvna stran teme, 2017, 5.06 min
Pila Rusjan in Dejan Štefančič, Enakotežje I, 2014, 17 min
The festival maintains the tradition of Bežigrad Galleries of presenting new media. Its beginnings with multimedia exhibitions and events and computer projections date back to the 1980s.
Opening: Tuesday, 9 April 2019 at 7 pm.
Sunday, Monday, holidays: Closed