Zipped Worlds. Photography in Public Domain

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 | Razstave

Exhibition: Zipped Worlds. Fotografija v javnem prostoru / Photography in Public Domain
Location: Kult 3000 Gallery, Metelkova ulica 2/b, Ljubljana, SI
Date: May 30 – June 18, 2014

Artists: Breda Beban, Emma Ciceri, Fabrizio Giraldi, G.R.A.M., KOLEKTIVA (Vesna Bukovec, Lada Cerar, Metka Zupanič), Borut Krajnc, Paula Muhr, Adrian Paci

The exhibition is part of the Photonic Moments – Month of Photography 2014 festival.

Paula Muhr, On Show, 2007

Paula Muhr, On Show, 2007

About the exhibition

Zipped Worlds is a collaborative project by partner organisations Photon – Centre for Contemporary Photography and Trieste Contemporanea, in which a group of curators (Giuliana Carbi, Susanne Gamauf, Brigitte Konyen and Dejan Sluga) explore new concepts of public and private, as communicated through the (present) use of photographic images. The exhibition at Kult 3000 Gallery brings together a selection of works from the larger project involving 15 artists from different European countries.

Photography is entering public space with its physical presence, through digital media and furthermore through the notion that everything around us is constantly being recorded. Photography is de facto the most ubiquitously present visual medium in today’s urban environment. Within this wide spectrum, photography appears in public space (urban exteriors and interiors) in the traditional form of a “picture” as well as through the omnipresence of a network of surveillance cameras that record images non-stop. We are the most photographed and recorded world population ever.

Excerpt from the text by Dejan Sluga


KOLEKTIVA (Vesna Bukovec, Lada Cerar, Metka Zupanič) participates at the exhibition with the video Special Place in the City – Graz

KOLEKTIVA, Special Place in the City - Graz, 2006

Slovensko | English

Vesna Bukovec deluje na področju sodobne vizualne umetnosti.

Je članica umetniške skupine KOLEKTIVA.