Preskoči na glavno vsebino


11.5.2014 we had an group EXPO in ROG!
Rosa, Hana, Deso and me.
My first EXPO with Kutičk Works!!!

Preparing the EXPO
Tnx to our friends in ROG for helping us putting the lights and other stuff!!!

 Deso and his board, my and my painting on left


 Tired of preparing

My installation, THE CAN

 One of the first guests
(at the end my painting on the midle and Deso˝s two paintings)

my painting Mery me (mix media), and Deso¨s work 

 Installation made from Deso near my painting (left)

 Tnx to the singers!!!
 ...and the opening

My Alien (right)

My Caw (left) and Deso˝s painting

 And at the end poledance party

 Tnx to Tomzi and his cat for taking pictures :)



Priljubljene objave iz tega spletnega dnevnika


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 surroundingobjects, taking out thequalities of an human being. Zelenica, Ljubljana, 2017
Zelenica, Ljubljana, 2017
Standing steal...
Zelenica, Ljubljana, 2017
tHIS oNES wERE dONE iN 2011



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 video 1:

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, the ideal body therefore fictional and unattainable. This is precisely why we constantly yearn for perfection…