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  Tatiana Kocmur, Deformada 1 , 2015, mix media, 146 x 120 cm   Tatiana Kocmur, Deformada 2 , 2015, mix media, 85 x 19cm   Tatiana Kocmur, Deformada 3 , 2015, mix media, 230 x 100 cm Deformada is an objection to the abuse of the (female) body in consumer culture and mass media, where the (female) body is represented as an object.
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Purification of Integration

Purification of Integration is a site-specific performance, that is an artistic response to a fatal event / state of mind(in Western world called psychosis), that the author experienced in April 2018. Integration (linking individual parts into a specific whole) has created an unrealistic world of existence and has caused the breaking point in author's life and thus the erasure of identity. Purging integration is a re-launching process, a process that purifies integration and gives a new space for re-linking individual parts into a more "sensible" whole that leads to a life balance. Project by Kresnička © Copyright 2018 Liza Šimenc and Tatiana Kocmur

Rdeče niti #Where is the line?

TRANSLACIJA | TRASLACIÓN 1.3 RDEČE NITI #Where is the line? An exhibition of the preliminary results of a research project on memories and narratives around performance art events from the past applied to Where is the line? (Franc Purg, Škuc Gallery, December 1998). Translacija | Traslación   is plattform for production, exhibition and research on performance art created by artists Tatiana Kocmur and Francisco Tomsich. Performance art in the sense we understand it here happens in a specific time in a specific place. The main material of the artist is his o her own body, and no documentation can substitute the traces of its presence. For the participants and spectators of a performance, being there and then means a very disctint experience which, in the form o memories and remembrances, constitutes their own bodies and takes the shape of stories, discourses and images. We are interested in how individuals and groups remember, articulate and tell stories about what hap

Alopecia Areata

Size-specific performance Alopecia Areata Translacija | Traslación 1.1 * Alopecia Areata was presented on the international cycle of performative events Translacija | Traslación  based in Ljubljana (Slovenia). * Photographer: Tomaž Šantl I would like to say my thanks to all that helped me to realise the performance. Specially to: Ivana Kocmur, Adriana Pereyra Gonzales Kocmur, Liza Šimenc, Matías Zemljič, Carlos Pascual, Tomaž Šantl, Tilen Mihelič Kurent, Nejc Franetič - Deso and Francisco Tomsich Videos made by Francisco Tomsich and Matías Zemljič:


Germany, 2017  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------   "It will continue like this, will get worse - and then? What am I to do? Do I have to do something? Or is it too big for me and shall I just wait? Await ." , Berlin, 2017 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hannover, 2017 ------------------------------------------------------------ Atonal, Berlin, 2017  --------------------------------------------------------------- BODY INSTALLATION -------------------------------------------------------- Putting the body in the space... To blend with the space. To be part of the suburban. To get the characteristics of the surrounding objects , taking out the qualities of an human being . Zelenica, Ljubljana, 2017 Zelenica, Ljubljana, 2017   Standing steal...


THE OPPOSITE SIZE (visual performance and installation) Artists (performers, concept, choreography, installation, costumes):   Liza Šimenc, Teresa Neppi, Tatiana Kocmur Video/projection filming: Urška Savič Video/projection edition: Liza Šimenc, Tatiana Kocmur Sound: Altan Jurca Avci Make-up and costume assistants: Lara Mastnak, Dora Kaštrun, Altan Jurca Avci Foto: Urška Savič, Altan Jurca Avci Video: Jasmina Mustafic, Urška Savič Year of production 2016 Performance videos: In our work we seize the body’s capacities and allow for their physiognomical deformation. Through this action we depict the infinite human desire to be sovereign over our bodies. This aspiration stems from the individuals’ tendency to compare their body with socially constructed ideals of the body image presented via mass media. This idealism of perfection is highly unrealistic, t


BLINK BLINK installation/performance Concept, installation: Tatiana Kocmur Performers: Liza Šimenc, Teresa Neppi, Martina Jurak, Philipp Doe, Tatiana Kocmur Music: Ambrož Štih The installation/performance happened the 2. 7. 2016 us part of the festival Ana Desetnica 2016 that this year took place in Tovarna Rog too us a way of supporting action. BLINK BLINK is an installations which purpose was transform the space of the factory in a artificial world made by shiny/multicolour objects hanging from the ceiling and plastic foil closing the space into a semicircle. To understand the work is necessary to know the background of the space in which the installation was made. Tovarna Rog is a squat that is a complex of five buildings plus the main building and all of these are constantly housing activities. Rog Factory is filled with cultural, music, sport, social and other activities. Our work is based on autonomy, solidarity and mutual help. On Monday, 6th of June at 03:15