Gegič’s focus on hunting and the hunting culture revolves mainly around a certain angst: the exhibition exposes the fundamental, pervasive unease, which is raised by the people’s ambiguous relation towards nature
Space installation with strong elements of surveillance and invented breathing mechanisms
The nature that the artist presents is deliberately and obviously fabricated and turned into a museum piece, while its phantasmal presence demands the operation of a demanding technological apparatus.
Videopoetika succeeds Connected poetry project with the same aim: fusing images with words and sounds to create short poetry films. As many as possible.
One year sound installation on the stairs of Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture brings the experience of wildlife owl sounds in the urban surrounding
Innovative dance performance with shadow puppets for adults and children
Short films, made to present the atmosphere of a poem through visual and sound
Social event and video projections on the inflatable sculpture
Interactive sculpture and puppet performance and exhibition with physical and virtual animation. Yep, all this
Political sculpture and painting exhibition, reflecting on national pride
The audio-visual group therapy with the use of experimental sound, video and spoken word poetry
Awarded sculpture installation contemplates the closing up of the factories in a small industrial town Kranj
Spending half an hour on the toilet with your favourite intellectual whore can bring up amazing conversations
Take a walk through the garden of Eden among the kinetic art objects
V zvokih mesta je drama: Emona kliče, javi se Ljubljana / There’s drama in the urban sounds: Emona calling, where are you Ljubljana?
Theremidi Orcestera experimenting with hands-on electronic circuits instruments and the new poetry - with the avantgarde video projection
A hybrid between a graphic print and one poem book for those who can't endure large amounts of poetry
The artivistic comment on the society of Ljubljana, reaching back to ancient Emona. The paintings on steel look ‘heavy’, while the sewn fabric figures give the impression of ‘light’ and playful matter.