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0,04m³ Gallery
Igor Štromajer
solo exhibition
Barvarska ulica 3, Maribor, Slovenia

Curator: Nataša Berk

Opening: 26 December 2014 at 6.30 pm

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Pixxelpoint 2014

Pixxelpoint 2014
NON-ART / NEUMETNOST
15th International Media Art Festival
5-12 December 2014
Nova Gorica, Slovenia / Goriza, Italy
www.pixxelpoint.org
www.facebook.com/pixxelpoint2014
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Contributing artists:
Andrej Tišma, Anne Elisabeth Tassel, Annie Abrahams, Aphra Tesla Operating System Incorporated, Barbara Hindahl, bituur esztreym, Brane Zorman, Constant Dullaart, Dejan Štefančič, Denis Mavrič, Gašper Mali, Gretta Louw, Hannes Seidl, Inga Mijatović, Intimidad Romero, Irena Pivka, Jakob Harisch, Jan Robert Leegte, Janez Janša, Janez Janša, Janez Janša, Jelena Marković, Joško Bohunsky, Karen Eliot, Karl Heinz Jeron, Kitty Taylor, Lavoslava Benčić, Lucille Calmel, Luka Pompe, Luka Prinčič, Marco Pelos Spaniol, Michaël Borras A;K.A Systaime, Miha Oven, Mindaugas Gapševičius, Neven M. Agalma, Pila Rusjan, Renata Avila, Robert Sakrowski, ronnie s, son:DA, Stefan Doepner, Taja Košir Popovič, UBERMORGEN.COM, Valérie Wolf Gang, Vlado G. Repnik, Zečica Jensen, Žan Anthony Setnikar

Curator: Igor Štromajer

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Net Work, Munich

Gretta Louw: Net Work

PLATFORM Munich
27 November – 31 December 2014

Opening hours:
Mo – Fr, 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

In the months November and December Gretta Louw will be PLATFORMS Guest Artist. The proposed 2-month project “Net Work” will incorporate a series of live and online networked performances and events during the first month of project development, followed by a one-month exhibition, with scope for artist talks, exhibition tours, and panel discussions. The project will be coordinated and curated by Gretta Louw and will include works from established artists and significant thinkers in the field including amongst others Igor Štromajer, Annie Abrahams, plan b (Sophia New and Daniel Belasco Rogers), and Luke Munn.

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— I. Štromajer: MLNA
(taken from Abrahams & Štromajer: Beyond (spectacle) – Episode II)

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Net Work ist eine von Gretta Louw kuratierte Ausstellung. Sie behandelt Arbeiten, die sich an der Schnittstelle von Performance und Netzkunst befinden. Das aufkommende Genre ‚Netzwerk Performance‘ kann nicht nur starke Statements über die Entwicklung der Kunstgeschichte geben, sondern auch über unsere Beziehung zu Technologie und deren Einfluss auf Kultur, Gesellschaft, Arbeitskraft und Psychologie.

Die Ausstellung zeigt Arbeiten von Gretta Louw, Luke Munn, Igor Štromajer, Annie Abrahams und plan b (Sophia New und Daniel Belasco Rogers) sowie ein neues Projekt, das von Louw während ihrer Residency im Gastatelier der PLATFORM konzipiert wurde: The Net Work Compendium ist eine sich stets weiterentwickelnde Kollektion künstlerischer Kurzfilme, die mit digitalen Netzwerken und Performativität arbeiten und dem Zuschauer eine einzigartige Einführung zu dieser Avantgarde-Form der Kunstproduktion geben.

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Subversive Systems: Artist Talk

Igor Štromajer:
Präsentation / Künstlergespräch
presentation / artist talk

Stadtgalerie Mannheim, Germany
Samstag, 15. November 2014 um 17.00 Uhr
Saturday, 15 November 2014 at 5pm

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Am Samstag, den 15. November um 17 Uhr veranstalten wir im Rahmen der aktuellen Ausstellung Subversive Systeme einen Kunstnachmittag mit einem Programm aus Artist Talk, Performance und Konzert:

17:00 Uhr – Igor Štromajer: Artist Talk
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18:00 Uhr – plan b: Performance A Message to You
18:45 Uhr – Volker Hartmann-Langenfelder: Solokonzert Past Constructed

Die Veranstaltung ist eines der Highlights des Jahresprogramms 2014 und wir freuen uns dementsprechend über Euer reges Interesse und Euer Kommen.

Subversive Systems. Poetic Transfiguration of the Digital
Subversive Systeme. Poetische Transfiguration des Digitalen

Stadtgalerie Mannheim; group show, 23 Oct – 30 Nov 2014
Artists: Annie Abrahams, [epidemiC] / Franco Berardi, plan b, Volker Hartmann-Langenfelder, Igor Štromajer
Curator: Benedikt Stegmayer

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Die Dramatik des Quellcodes

Mannheimer Morgen, Montag, 27.10.2014

KUNST: Die Ausstellung “Subversive Systeme” in der Stadtgalerie Mannheim zeigt Arbeiten, die Computer und Internet nutzen

Die Dramatik des Quellcodes

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Subversive Systems. Poetic Transfiguration of the Digital
Subversive Systeme. Poetische Transfiguration des Digitalen
Stadtgalerie Mannheim; group show, 23 Oct – 30 Nov 2014
Artists: Annie Abrahams, [epidemiC] / Franco Berardi, plan b, Volker Hartmann-Langenfelder, Igor Štromajer
Curator: Benedikt Stegmayer

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De.fragmentation, IMRC Center, Maine

De.fragmentation
Group Exhibition

IMRC Center, Stewart Hall
University of Maine, U.S.A.

Opening: 30 October 2014 at 7pm

Participating artists:
Sheridan Kelley Adams, Pamela Barberi, Primož Bizjak, BridA (Tom Kerševan, Sendi Mango, Jurij Pavlica), Mark Durkan & Eilis McDonald, Florian Grond, Joakim Hansson, Reese Inman, Kensuke, Koike, Marotta&Russo, Anja Medved, Irena Pivka, Brane Zorman/radioCona, Arjan Pregl, Project59 (Irina Danilova, Hiram Levy, Dan Tulovsky), Marcin Ramocki, Martin Romeo, Christian Rupp, Lena Lieselotte Schuster, Sašo Sedlaček, Owen F. Smith, Maja Smrekar, Bogdan Soban, Abby Stiers, Alexander Gross, Isabelle Pelissier, Igor Štromajer, Miha Turšič, Špela Petrič & Maja Murnik

Curated by BridA / Tom Kerševan, Sendi Mango, Jurij Pavlica

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“The time and space which contemporary art occupies and in which it manifests itself also has potential of its own. The artist applies his or her creativity to rearrange it into different abstract and material structures. It draws upon a limited space and time for the sole reason of causing change in a given and opportune moment. This change is not irrelevant because it signifies progress. In the context of the showcased artworks and artists, defragmentation is therefore a word which highlights the process as something which necessarily improves on the previous state, an invention, art.”

— BridA on De.fragmentation

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Subversive Systems

Subversive Systems. Poetic Transfiguration of the Digital
Subversive Systeme. Poetische Transfiguration des Digitalen
Group Exhibition

Stadtgalerie Mannheim, Germany

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Opening: 23 October 2014 at 7pm
24 October – 30 November 2014
Curator: Benedikt Stegmayer

Artists: Annie Abrahams, [epidemiC] / Franco Berardi, plan b, Volker Hartmann-Langenfelder, Igor Štromajer

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Expunction / Deleting Net Art Works (Hamburg 2011):

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Die Stadtgalerie Mannheim zeigt vom 24. Oktober bis 30. November 2014 in S 4, 17 die Gruppenausstellung „Subversive Systeme. Poetische Transfiguration des Digitalen“ mit Kunstwerken von Annie Abrahams, [epidemiC], Volker Hartmann-Langenfelder, plan b und Igor Štromajer. Die Ausstellungseröffnung findet am 24. Juli um 19 Uhr statt.

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Die aktuelle Gruppenschau der Stadtgalerie Mannheim widmet sich der Netz-Kunst und ihren Pionieren. Das Internet ist als Medium immer noch sehr neu. Seine Entwicklung verläuft aber so rasant, dass selbst vergleichsweise junge Internetphänomene technisch bereits längst überholt sind und kurios anmuten. Dasselbe gilt für die Mobiltelefonie und ihre Entwicklung. Umso erstaunlicher ist die Ausstellung in der Stadtgalerie Mannheim, die zeigt, wie souverän Künstlerinnen und Künstler das Medium nutzen und nutzten – und wie früh sie sein ästhetisches Potenzial erkannten.

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Die Übersetzung von Digitalem in Analoges ist ein Prinzip, mit dem Künstlerinnen und Künstler versuchen, die Wahrnehmbarkeit von abstrakten Phänomenen zu erweitern und für Menschen direkter erfahrbar zu machen. In der Performance „loveLetter.vbs reading“ lässt die italienische Netzkunstgruppe [epidemiC] den Philosophen Franco Berardi den Quellcode des Viruses vorlesen, der sich ab dem 4. Mai 2000 explosionsartig verbreitetet und einen geschätzten Schaden in Höhe von 10 Milliarden US Dollar anrichtete.

Das Künstlerpaar plan b druckt ihren gesamten privaten SMS-Verkehr eines Jahres während der Laufzeit der Ausstellung auf Endlospapier aus. In einer Performance während der Ausstellung lesen sie sich diese Nachrichten vor.

Das gegenteilige Prinzip wenden Annie Abrahams und Igor Štromajer in ihren Arbeiten an. Sowohl Štromajers und Zormans „Ballettikka Internettikka“ als auch Annie Abrahams „The Big Kiss“ verwenden die Digitalisierung, um klassische Performances zu verändern und zu komplettieren. Štromajers und Zormans „Ballettikka Internettikka“, eine Serie von Performances, die er zwischen 2001 und 2011 durchführte, arbeitete bereits zu Beginn mit dem mobilen Internet – und kam dadurch besonders in den ersten Jahren sehr schnell an seine technischen Grenzen, die in die Arbeit integriert wurden.

Volker Harmann-Langenfelders Arbeit „Beep! For an unspecified number of mobile devices in an unspecified room.“ bewegt sich im Zwischenbereich. Der Künstler übersetzt experimentelle, aleatorische Musik in eine digitale Form. Die Arbeit besteht jedoch aus einem QR-Code, der mit Smartphones bzw. Tablets und den entsprechenden Anwendungen ausgelesen werden kann und den Systemton des Geräts wiedergibt.

Stadtgalerie Mannheim
S 4, 17
68159 Mannheim
(0621) 293 3782
Öffnungszeiten: Do-So, 12-18 Uhr
www.stadtgalerie-mannheim.de

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Open Call

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Igor Štromajer
www.intima.org

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Archéologie des média – MCD

MCD #75
magazine des cultures digitales
septembre 2014

Archéologie des média

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L’archéologie des média est quasiment inconnue en France, bien qu’elle ait plus de vingt d’existence. Pourtant, elle a produit (et continue de produire) des effets majeurs dans le champ de la création, de l’exposition, de la médiation, de la conservation et de la théorisation des œuvres médiatiques et numériques

Les contributeurs de ce numéro :
Andrés Lozano, Anne Laforet, Annick Bureaud, Annick Rivoire, Cécile Dazord, Clarisse Bardiot, Coline Bourgouin, Emmanuel Guez, Emmanuel Guy, Gwenola Wagon, Igor Štromajer, Jussi Parikka, Laura Garrassin, Line Herbert-Arnaud, Lionel Broye, Lucille Calmel, Marie Bastard, Morgane Stricot, Prune Galeazzi, Rémy Geindreau, Serge Hoffman, Tiphaine Vialle.

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Rédacteur en chef invité : Emmanuel Guez & l’ESAA (École Supérieure d’Art d’Avignon); Rédacteur en chef : Laurent Diouf

www.digitalmcd.com/mcd-75-archeologie-media

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#AskACurator

Q: Was ist Kunst?
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1) Igor Štromajer @intima: @SCHIRN Was ist Kunst? {What is art?} #AskACurator

2) SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE @SCHIRN: @intima Kunst ist – wenn sie gelingt – die Öffnung einer Tür. {Art is – if it succeeds – the opening of a door.} #AskACurator (MU)

3) How to open a door (video): youtu.be/m-5uhxi4IZs (Finnish instructions w/ English subtitles: “Do you know that 33% of us open the door constantly incorrect way?”)

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#AskACurator Day
17 September 2014

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Bad Art

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net.art Painters and Poets

net.art Painters and Poets
Group Exhibition
City Art Gallery, Ljubljana

19 June – 31 August 2014

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Curated by Vuk Ćosić and Alenka Gregorič

!MEDIENGRUPPE BITNIK, 0100101110101101.org, Cory Arcangel, Kim Asendorf, Mez Breeze, Cristophe Bruno, Heath Bunting, Shu Lea Cheang, Paolo Cirio, Vuk Ćosić, Constant Dullaart, Lisa Jevbratt, JODI, Justin Kemp, Olia Lialina, Alessandro Ludovico, Mouchette, Mark Napier, Evan Roth, ®TMark, Eryk Selvaggio, Alexei Shulgin, Teo Spiller, Igor Štromajer, Thomson & Craighead, Ubermorgen, Young Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Jaka Železnikar

“Why an exhibition of net.art at the Mestna galerija in Ljubljana? First and foremost, it is a matter of continuing an exhibition series that forms an important part of the program scheme: themed exhibitions that broach questions relating to how various media novelties affect the social, societal, and political paradigms of the world today.”

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Thus, two years ago we focused on the phenomenon of the global spectacle called association football. The idea was to draw parallels between two spheres that seemed worlds apart, although, as became apparent during the process of staging the exhibition, they are in reality interconnected – football and art. Last year we tackled the subject of television, a medium that has left an indelible mark on society over the past fifty years; the question underpinning the show was the impact this one-way transmitter of images has on an individual’s perception of reality. Now, as a logical conclusion or perhaps a completely new issue, we are broaching the subject of the Internet and the art related to it. Of all the exhibitions mentioned, this one likely raises the highest expectations in terms of interpretations and examination of the effect the medium has on contemporary society (especially in view of the events of recent years, think WikiLeaks and E. Snowden), yet it is also the most formalistic of all three. Formalistic in the sense of its display and the selection and presentation of the works.

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The other reason for staging an exhibition of net.art is that works presented are part of an art movement that did not occur with a delay in our country; on the contrary, artists from our geographical region actively co-created the crucial premises of this new domain in art. We need only mention a Slovenian artist pertaining to the very first generation, the so-called pioneers of net.art, Vuk Ćosić, who has also been invited to help us conceive and realize this exhibition project. A point to add is that net.art has been valued since its beginnings by the Western art world, which had in the past predominantly dictated art historical narratives.

The first floor of the gallery is homage to selected international exhibition projects, whether they were received as examples of good or bad practice. These were projects that, over time, tried out diverse approaches to presenting net.art in art institutions. This puts the underlying idea and the quintessence of such art – its distance from the established institutional art system – into a paradoxical position: it is absurd to show such art in gallery spaces. The second floor hosts works by younger-generation artists proposed by invited older-generation artists. Of course, the works produced by this generation of artists have originated in a different Internet environment than the works of their predecessors, and pertain, for the most part, to what theory has named post-Internet art or Internet-aware art.

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Masaža ega – Press

Izbrani medijski zapisi o razstavi Masaža ega v Projektnem prostoru Aksioma:

- Petra Tanko, Radio Slovenija, Program Ars, Razgledi in razmisleki, 5. junij 2014
“Pogovor z Igorjem Štromajerjem”

- Maša Levičnik, Televizija Slovenija, Kultura ob 22h, 15. maj 2014
“Igor Štromajer: Masaža ega”

- Jela Krečič, Delo, Kultura, 20. maj 2014
“Igor Štromajer masira svoj ego”

- Neža Mrevlje, SiOL, Kultura, 25. maj 2014
“Igor Štromajer: Kadar se toliko ukvarjaš sam s sabo in potiskaš vse na rob mogočega, je to vulgarno”

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- Bojan Stefanović, Radio Študent, 26. maj 2014 (od 28. minute naprej)
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Aksioma | Ego Massage

Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana,
presents:

Igor Štromajer
EGO MASSAGE
(Ceci n’est pas de l’art)
Solo Exhibition

Aksioma | Project Space
Komenskega 18, Ljubljana

14 May – 13 June 2014

Exhibition: www.aksioma.org/oo
Project: www.intima.org/oo

Exhibition opening and lecture by Constant Dullaart: 14 May 2014 at 8 pm

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At a time when the Internet has become, as it were, dead code on screen, because giant corporations have usurped and radically transformed its initial idea; when even philosophy, social theory and media studies indicate that a true, radical future exists outside the Internet (“The future is offline.” Cf. the studies of Steven Shaviro, Professor at Wayne State University in Detroit, and Jussi Parikka, Professor at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton); when we live in a so-called post-media reality – at such a time, the questions of virality and self-virality, transposition, constant translation, emptiness and repetitiveness, representation and identity are the key questions. With the exhibition Ego Massage, we tackle these questions directly. Ego Massage raises complex topical questions of translation of the digital into the analogue; far from exploiting the popularity of the concept of Internet meme, it takes a step further, returning memes to the real world, back to its biological (genetic) context.

Ego Massage is an urban performance and an installation project that attempts to transpose virality, social networking, memes and other contemporary web phenomena from the online public space to the offline public space, and from there to the exhibition space.

A while ago, artist Igor Štromajer introduced as his profile picture in all his social networks his own portrait with two circles (one red and one white) around his eyes. The resulting image was stylised, clear and instantaneously recognisable: perfect for viral diffusion. The author edited this profile picture into several hundreds of other photographs available online using automated web logarithms, services that facilitate quick, instantaneous photomontage. Mimicking the forms of diffusion of popular online media, the artist generated an “artistic meme”, that brought about not only the viral circulation of his own images, but also the spontaneous imitation and variation of his signature practice, with people editing these circles into their own profile pictures. (www.intima.org/ego-massage)

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A meme is an idea, a form of behaviour or a style, which, within a certain cultural practice, spreads from one user to another. It works as a unit for the implementation of cultural ideas, symbols or practices that can be transmitted through writing, images, speech, gestures, rituals or other imitative phenomena. As a cultural phenomenon, a meme represents an analogy to human genes – it reproduces itself, it mutates and is therefore quick to respond to topical events. Although memes preexisted the Internet – some people say that memes are just the way our culture works – the Web has proven to be an extraordinary platform for the spreading of memes.

During the exhibition, the gallery will function as the headquarters of the public space intervention, and at the same time as the temporary folder where the idea is materialized and explained through hundreds of Štromajer’s selected and printed photomontages, where documentary material is collected and put on display, and where the awareness of the audience is enhanced with educational activities.

The opening of the exhibition will be accompanied by the presentation of Dutch intermedia artist Constant Dullaart, who also explores in depth the transitions from the Web into the real space and various forms of online and offline meme-performance.

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Production:

Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana, 2014

Artistic Director: Janez Janša
Producer: Marcela Okretič
Executive Producer: Sonja Grdina
Public Relations: Mojca Zupanič
Technician: Valter Udovičić
Documentation: Adriana Aleksić

The programme of Aksioma Institute is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the Municipality of Ljubljana.

Sponsor: Datacenter d.o.o.

CONTACT
Aksioma | Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana

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Totalka

Totalka
večer intermedijskih umetnosti
Trubarjeva hiša literature, 13. maj 2014 ob 19h

Umetnici in umetnik umetno o umetnosti: Irena Tomažin, Leja Jurišić in Igor Štromajer o teoriji ljubezni, davčni zaroti in pregibni ekonomiji.

Resnica ni nikoli ena sama, resnice so (vsaj) tri. Besedni troboji s krmarko, s pridihom perfomativne improvizacije. Totalka, do dna, brez možnosti vračila – vsak zase, vendar vsi trije zelo skupaj. Pogovor bo vodila in usmerjala Semira Osmanagić iz Oddelka za kulturo MOL.

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Večer: Živim od norosti in ljubezni

Večer: Živim od norosti in ljubezni

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BOMB 2014

BOMB Magazine
NYC, April 21, 2014

Annie Abrahams, Gretta Louw and Igor Štromajer about Annie Abrahams, Gretta Louw and Igor Štromajer. A three-way conversation about performance art online.

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Art : Interview / BOMB — Artists in Conversation

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Delo: Najsrečnejši umetnik na svetu

Jelka Šutelj Adamič, Delo, Kultura, 2. april 2014

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Lovely me in her lovely office. post-D.I.S.C.O. Her red skirt, white petticoat and below-knee stockings. post-selfie post-QR-code Flying back home. La vita è bella. Gretta Louw — live networked performance / tonight @ Pixxelpoint.org man on the border (Nova Gorica / Gorizia)

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Igor Štromajer
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Since 1989, Igor Štromajer aka Intima has shown his media art work at more than a 130 exhibitions, festivals and biennials in 60 countries. His works are included in the permanent collections of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the MNCA Reina Sofía in Madrid, Moderna galerija in Ljubljana, Computer Fine Arts in NYC, and UGM Maribor Art Gallery.

















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