Projects of co-workers
The OHO Award 2012
April 25–May 13, 2012
Vžigalica Gallery, Trg francoske revolucije 7, Ljubljana
Exhibition opening and winner announcement: April 25 at 8 pm
We are informing you about the nomination of Vesna Bukovec, SCCA-Ljubljana's webmaster, for the OHO Award 2012.
The jury for the 2012 OHO Award: Katerina Mirović (curator, Ljubljana), Jože Barši (ALUO, Ljubljana), Dalibor Martinis (artist, Zagreb), and Miran Mohar (artist, Ljubljana).
Nominees for the 2012 OHO Award:
Vesna Bukovec (1977) graduated and completed her post-graduate studies in Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. She is collaborating with the group KOLEKTIVA (with Metka Zupanič and Lada Cerar). In recent years she has presented her works at numerous solo and group exhibitions in Ljubljana, Zagreb, Athens, Berlin, Beijing, Graz, Vienna, New York, Verona and Venice. She used different media like drawing, video, photography, installation and approaches (research, appropriation, participation, etc.), with irony.
Alja Piry (1982) gained BA in Art history studies from Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana in 2007 and in 2010 a MA in Fine arts from University of applied Arts Vienna. From 2010 she is self-employed as artist/cultural worker. Alja Piry is concerned with the idea of artworks as generators of intersubjective impulse. In her practice she uses various mediums, including drawing/text, voice-based installation, painting, video and book.
Tina Smrekar (1978) has completed her Photography MA in 2005 at the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig after graduating in design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana. She works in photography, video, installation and research projects as well as occasionally performance. Her works have been exhibited in Slovenia, Croatia and Germany .
Tomaž Furlan (1978) graduated on Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. In his staged works he used video and installation. He exhibited in Maribor, Padova, Ljubljana. He lives and works in Ljubljana and Škofja Loka.
The OHO Award was established in 2005 by the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Institute in collaboration with the Foundation for a Civil Society and with the support of the New York based Trust for Mutual Understanding.
[Published April 19, 2012]