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Darko Sinko: “Rationalization is a privilege and a limitation”

AUTHOR / Žiga Brdnik

The film Inventory (2021) begins in an idyllic suburb where the seemingly idyllic Slovenian middle-class Robič family lives: a soft patriarch seemingly loved by everyone; his wife, who is more than obviously the main keeper of the home and family;…

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Film

Darko Sinko: “Rationalization is a privilege and a limitation”

AUTHOR / Žiga Brdnik

The film Inventory (2021) begins in an idyllic suburb where the seemingly idyllic Slovenian middle-class Robič family lives: a soft patriarch seemingly loved by everyone; his wife, who is more than obviously the main keeper of the home and family;…

Film

Tijana Zinajić: Bitch, a Derogatory Term for a Woman

AUTHOR / Kristina Ravnikar, Veronika Zakonjšek

Tijana Zinajić and Iza Strehar: “If men menstruated, menstruation would figure in all the films made so far”

Galleries

Gregor Podnar and his Curatorial Beginnings

AUTHOR / Eva Žibert

A short introduction into curatorial beginnings of Gregor Podnar in the Škuc Gallery, a Slovenian NGO, in the 1990s.

Other

The Clash of the Art World with the World of Blockchain Technology

AUTHOR / Nuša Zupanc

An attempt to explain the potential of NFTs with curators and art connoisseurs Piera Ravnikar, Tevž Logar, Dorian Batycka, and artist/designer The Miha Artnak.

Cultural Centres

In Memoriam Rog

AUTHOR / Zala Kramperšek

As a unique phenomenon with an important place in the wider Slovenian artistic environment, the alternative Rog factory certainly represented a space almost impossible to replace. The rich variety and diversity of the people there, their interests and aspirations that…

Monuments and Sites

Remembering World War I

AUTHOR / Jože Cvelbar

Through crowd-sourcing memory collection actions such as the one from Europeana organised to gather and digitise memorabilia about World War I, descendants of those who lived through the Great War and history buffs can gain a new look at the…

Concert Halls

Slovenia on the Global Music Map

AUTHOR / Peter Baroš

Slovenian musicians and bands have a colourful history of international success in the music industry. But before such success becomes a topic of nostalgia, SIGIC's Peter Baroš tells of new initiatives helping today's music acts reach for the stars hanging…

Museums

The Hidden Gems of Slovenian Museums

AUTHOR / Nataša Vampelj Suhadolnik

When you think of fascinating collections of objects from East Asia, visiting Slovenian museums probably doesn't even cross your mind. This perception is about to change as you embark on an exciting journey to discover hidden gems in the museum…

Monuments and Sites

The Rebirth of Industrial Spaces through the Prism of Culture and Creativity

AUTHOR / Tea Pristolič

From London and Paris to Berlin and Amsterdam, if we mention only Europe, some of the best contemporary museums and galleries are set in former industrial buildings, taking advantage of vast spaces, preserving cultural heritage and giving back to people…

Audiovisual Training and Networking

AUTHOR / Sabina Briški Karlić

The cultural and creative sectors (CCS), including film and audiovisual, have been amongst the hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis, which has also accelerated the existing trends in AV training and capacity building. The Motovila team explored how three Creative…