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Video Art in Slovenia 1969-1998
by Zemira Alajbegovic, Barbara Borcic, Nerina Kocjancic, Igor Spanjol

Print date: 2000-06-01
Editor(s): Barbara Borcic
ISBN: 961-6278-08-8 an
Contact: scca@mila.ljudmila.org
WWW: http://mila.ljudmila.org/scca/

Review: Catalogue
Archive and documentary material - a coprehensive collection of the available documentation on video production (authors, works, CV, bibliography...) and the related activities.
Artists: Vuk Cosic, Nusa and Sreco Dragan, Nusa Dragan, Sreco Dragan, Jasna Hribernik, Marko Kosnik, Marko A.Kovacic, Ema Kugler, Andrej Lupinc - Keller, Marijan Osole - Max, Marko Peljhan, Saso Podgorsek, Natasa Prosenc, Rok Sieberer - Kuri, Mirko Simic, Apolonija Sustersic, Peter Vezjak - Retrovizija, Miha Vipotnik, Saso Vrabic, Andrej Zdravic, ZANK - Zemira Alajbegovic and Neven Korda.
Book of Essays
The selected texts give an insight view on video production in Slovenia in different contexts (its beginnings within the conceptual work of the OHO group; exploration of the video as a new medium or a new communication and information technology; its impact within the alternative scene; the emergence of the complex art video works), or in relation to the television and other art fields (film, fine arts, theatre).
Barbara Borcic: Introduction: Reception of Video Production in Slovenia
Brane Kovic: The Beginnings of Slovene Video: Prolegomena to ‘War of Signs’
Zemira Alajbegovic: The Frozen Time - The Eighties, ŠKUC -Forum, FV Video and Others
Bogdan Lesnik: Video and the ‘Alternative Cultural Scene’ in the 80’s in Slovenia Majda Širca: The Futurists
Nerina Kocjancic: The Nineties: from Video Genres to New Media
Melita Zajc: Video Production in Slovenia Prior to 1969: The Early Uses of Direct Broadcasting and of Video Recording on Ljubljana TV: a Look Into the Human Heart and the First Music Videos
Biljana Tomic: East of Eden: The History of Video in Yugoslavia
Zemira Alajbegovic & Igor Spanjol: In the Technological Grip of a Television Station: Interview with Miha Vipotnik
Nadja Zgonik: Video Conquering the Space
Koen van Daele: Dance - Video, aller-retour
Maja Breznik: Theatre in the Age of its Technical Reproducibility
Igor Spanjol: Art Evening: Presentation and Production of Art Video on Television
Includes an extended interactive version of the catalogue and book of essays with abundant visual material and short clips from the video works.

Received on 2001-02-17 from Marek Tuszynski - Poland


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