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VIDEO/ARCHIVE

Videodokument
Video Art in Slovenia 1969-1998

www.videodokument.org

 

The documentation, archival and research project on video art in Slovenia is a comprehensive overview of thirty years of video art in Slovenia.

This documentation, archival and research project on video art in Slovenia has been developed within the scope of the SCCA-Ljubljana Documentation Program between 1994 and 1999.

SCCA-Ljubljana, Ljubljana, 1999-2003
Editor:
Barbara Borčič

Videodokument comprises:

  1. Catalogue
  2. A book of essays
  3. CD-rom
  4. Web site
  5. Study archive

1. CATALOGUE

Catalogue Documentation on artists and their video works presenting 21 artists, more than 400 video works in text and picture; chronology of events, commentaries and list of video works with final index of names.

Introduction: Barbara Borčić

Authors:

  • Vuk Ćosić
  • Nuša in Srečo Dragan
  • Nuša Dragan
  • Srečo Dragan
  • Jasna Hribernik
  • Marko Košnik
  • Marko A. Kovačič
  • Ema Kugler
  • Andrej Lupinc
  • Marijan Osole - Max
  • Marko Peljhan
  • Sašo Podgoršek
  • Nataša Prosenc
  • Rok Sieberer - Kuri
  • Mirko Simić
  • Apolonija Šušteršič
  • Peter Vezjak
  • Miha Vipotnik
  • Sašo Vrabič
  • Andrej Zdravič
  • ZANK - Zemira Alajbegović in Neven Korda

Commentaries:
  • Srečo Dragan, Video on the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts
  • Chronology of Events and manifestations

2. BOOK OF ESSAYS

  • Barbara Borčić: Reception of Video Production in Slovenia
  • Interview with Miha Vipotnik, one of the first video artists in Slovenia and the initiator and director of the International Video Biennial VIDEO C.D. in Ljubljana (1983 - 1988)
  • Biljana Tomić: The History of Video in Yugoslavia (video in Yugoslave context)
  • Brane Kovič: The beginnings of Slovene video. Prolegomena to a 'War of Signs' (the pioneer period of video as a new technology and media, an experiment & a part of the Conceptual art practice in the 70s.)
  • Zemira Alajbegović Pečovnik: The Frozen Time - The Eighties, ŠKUC-Forum, FV Video and Others  (video production in Slovenia the 80s - the first experiences, the underground scene, the club scene...)
  • Bogdan Lešnik: Video and the Alternative Scene in the 80's in Slovenia (a retrospect view on video presentations and productions within the Ljubljana Alternative scene and the possibilities of an alternative)
  • Majda Širca: The Futurists (the past experiences and future expectations of video practice in Slovenia)
  • Nadja Zgonik: Video Conquering the Space(the usage of video in the context of fine arts: video sculpture, video installation, video performance)
  • Nerina Kocjančič: The Nineties - from Video Genres to New Media (the relation between Slovene film and video production)
  • Koen van Daele: Dance-Video, aller-retour.
    (video dance: the genre, context and projects in Slovenia)
  • Maja Breznik: Theatre in the Age of Its Technical Reproducibility (the usage of video in  theatre)
  • Melita Zajc: Straight to the Hearth (television and video)

3. CD-ROM

An interactive presentation on the electronic support with the contents from the catalogue and the book of essays presented in a more representational form: reduced data files, more visual material, cross-references, AVI movies.

3. WEB SITE

An interactive presentation of the project with some representative parts of the contents on the Internet that includes the material from the Documentation catalogue, introduces the texts from the Book of Essays and launches the timetable that shows the density of video works by individual artists in specific years and periods. www.videodokument.org

3. STUDY ARCHIVE

Video works by Slovene artists on Beta SP, DVD, mini DV, VHS format.

 

 


 

 
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