The international European research, exhibition and archival project Not Yet Writen Stories. Women Artists’ Archives Online (2019–2022) has been successfully completed.
Selected texts from the international conference Not Yet Written Stories. Women Artists in CEE are published in the printed magazine Miejsce (No. 7/2021), published by the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. After the online publication, the articles are now also available in the printed magazine. The journal is available in the SCCA, Moderna Galerija and Academy of Fine Arts and Design Ljubljana libraries.
Among the articles are three contributions from the Slovenian area:
- Urška Savič, Reflections on the Archive as a Strategy for Re-writing Histories
- Tia Čiček, Women Curators: Examining Women’s Roles at the ŠKUC Gallery in the 1980s
- Miha Colner, Triple Exclusion and Fierce Determination. Case Studies of Dragica Čadež & Duba Sambolec
Photo on the cover of the magazine: Duba Sambolec while working on her large-scale sculptures in the Litostroj factory, Ljubljana, 1979-1980. Photo: archive of the artist
ENTRIES IN THE ONLINE REPOSITORY
As part of the project, the partner organizations published a number of new entries in the international online repository www.forgottenheritage.eu.Among them are also 155 entries by three female artists from Slovenia:
Partners: Arton Foundation (Warsaw), Office for Photography (Zagreb) in Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (Riga).
Project leaders: Barbara Borčić and Peter Cerovšek
Web support: Vesna Bukovec
Participants: Zemira Alajbegović, Ema Kugler, Ida Hiršenfelder, Rok Kajzer Nagode, Blaž Lukan, Borko Radešček and Jake Yuzna
The programme is supported by: EU program Creative Europe, Ministry of Public Administration, City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture