Ubermorgen.com: EKMRZ Trilogy 2005–2009
11. 8. 2010–16. 9. 2010
Ubermorgen.com is attracted to the surface of Google, Amazon and eBay, the three historical e-giants who have brilliantly managed to survive the dotcom boom and bust. Back then and still today, the three kings form the powerful spearhead of e-commerce (EKMRZ). By creating the third piece – the Sound of eBay – they wrap up the trilogy they have started in 2005 with the killer concept GWEI – Google Will Eat Itself and carried forward in 2006 with the dark Amazon Noir.
Peter Rauch: 15 Objects
5. 7. 2010–6. 8. 2010
Author's comprehension of objects of photography is displayed through an open series of photographs. It presents a spectrum of objects, from ephemeral alluvium of mundane urban life to the artifacts of modernist architecture. In the following step the author takes in consideration the objects of thought – sketches, models and framed pictures which define their own context of performance.
Urša Vidic, Meta Grgurevič: Flowers are Inherently Disgusting
29. 4. 2010–23. 5. 2010
Meta Grgurevič and Urša Vidic are authors, working in the field of visual arts. Both had several independent exhibitions – this time they present their group project, entitled Flowers are Inherently Disgusting.
SCCA / SERVIS
6. 4. 2010–25. 4. 2010
The study exhibition features a diverse programme in terms of genre and media, showcasing artistic works and projects examining conditions for artistic production.
Conny Blom: From Above
26. 1. 2010–26. 2. 2010
The exhibition From Above consists of three selected projects by the Swedish visual artist Conny Blom. In his work the artist deals with defining issues of our modern society, our living conditions and the rights of the individual versus the society and the economical forces.
18. 12. 2009–17. 1. 2010
The exhibition is the work of three artists: cloathing designer Almira Sadar, sculptor Polona Maher and Maja Hawlina, working in the field of visual communications in public space.
Manja Vadla, Sašo Vrabič: RE-CY-CLI-NG?
27. 11. 2009–13. 12. 2009
What the two artists have in common is the fondness for recycling or reshaping mass media images: events, records, materials, ideas, situations, pictures, objects that are connected with everyday life within urban the environment.