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  • MUZEUM, Institute for Art Production, Distribution and Publishing
    one drama script to another breaking at the meeting points and creating in its wide structure of mise en scene a document of Molière s time The appearance of material from Molière s dramatic figures rises on the stage into the already established wide structure of the mise en scene like the repetition of roles before performing dreams or nightmares a reflection of internal pressures and in its stylistic and

    Original URL path: http://www.muzeum.si/moliere/moliere.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • MUZEUM, Zavod za umetniško produkcijo, posredovanje in založništvo
    film actresses who lived in Rijeka in the first half of the 20th century Two different female performing bodies in one the Gramatika sisters are Siamese twins physically and psychically united in a single being The performance doesn t strive to present their biography but rather an imaginary world which concentrates on the individual in relationship to a body thus posing the critical question of identity which arises between distinction

    Original URL path: http://www.muzeum.si/gramatika/gramatika.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • MUZEUM, Zavod za umetniško produkcijo, posredovanje in založništvo
    lines of perception the seeing you hearing or hearing you seeing as a hymn to synaesthesia man s ability to see sounds and hear colors thus is Bark So I Can See You a nostalgic affirmation of the Renaissance celebration of man as the peak of creation and the most developed among all living creatures Or is this distant echo of Renaissance humanism from the opposite side of Beckett s non self yet similar an affirmation of the negation of the power of man a blow to his her narcissism Bark And is it not true that the sufficient reason to raise a question about this is the simple fact that one almost instantly despite the fact that the action required barking is an animal competence without reflection recognizes oneself as the addressee of the command Therefore the knot is actually a gap a split In the first place it is perceived as the source of unease what is more disturbing is it the very demand to Bark or is it the self recognition of which the uneasiness bears witness this automatic assumption that the addressee of the demand for inhuman action is human Three great personalities have contributed to the debasement of man in history Copernicus with his thesis that man is not the center of the universe Darwin with his thesis that man is not the origin of the species and Freud with his claim that man is not the master of meaning Compared to contemporary neurosciences which perceive the subject as a result of the mechanism of representation the manner in which the human organism experiences itself while in reality it is no more than bare blood and flesh and bones and brains Copernicus Darwin and Freud appear as pretty traditional humanists It was already Descartes who striving to establish the primacy of man over the animal set cogito a thinking subject as the beginning of philosophy and reduced reality to the level of res extensa the field of matter ruled by the laws of mechanics the heart as a pump veins as pipes The connection between the debasement of an empirical person and the inauguration of the transcendental subject is considered the basic paradox of the modern philosophy of subjectivity but such is also the effect of ideological interpellation Althusser describes the mechanism of the interpellation as a small political theatre a scene where every person stops to the police officer s Hey you convinced it is her him who is being addressed regardless of her his personal experience With the title of their newest project Bark So I Can See You Miha Erman and Aleksandra Kajbič illustrate that the ideological interpellation is not confined to the streets and that the humiliation which is brought on by the recognition of the empirical person as the addressee subject bears no limit The everyday experience of contemporary man is similar While media contents such as information sports and entertainment were traditionally available as a group collective experience the

    Original URL path: http://www.muzeum.si/zalajajdatevidim/zalajajdatevidim.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • MUZEUM, Zavod za umetniško produkcijo, posredovanje in založništvo
    simultaneity of the layers of awareness and sentiment The concentration and dynamics are focused on the stage image a vignette whose rhythm is dictated by the inner flow of lines of force interwoven in the demonstrated relation The staging primarily takes into account the innovation in the dramatics of Chekhov which is negative dramaturgy Chekhov announces it yet undiscovered in his earlier plays and manifests it in the replacement of

    Original URL path: http://www.muzeum.si/stricekvanja/stricekvanja.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • MUZEUM, Zavod za umetniško produkcijo, posredovanje in založništvo
    Lady dear queen that ended when I but began give me that hand of yours to kiss all ending dissolves in beginning and it seems that form breath voice movement merges with space as soon as it becomes present Through a series of endless refractions magic incantations that trap the sorcerer himself the characters gradually fall prey to the appeal of space a point in which all difference between the

    Original URL path: http://www.muzeum.si/zimskapravljica/zimskapravljica.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • MUZEUM, Institute of Art Production, Mediation and Publishing
    rather go home My wife is waiting for me there She has a lot of children Jelizaveta Ščurkovna Pardon any inconvenience Don t forget me I m just the type of person whom everyone rushes off And why Have I stolen something Not at all Jelizaveta Eduárdovna I am an honest man At home I have a wife My wife has a lot of children The children are well behaved

    Original URL path: http://www.muzeum.si/elizabetabam/elizabetabam.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • MUZEUM, Institute of Art Production, Mediation and Publishing
    between two guards and later on the theatrical stems from fine art as perceived by the audience The relationship between the guards is the relation between movement moving pictures dancing and inactiveness the guard stands as a statue an oil painting in contrast to a photograph An enormous grey mouse slides across dusty floors it cares Lat cura for all the covered objects in the museum it is constantly checking whether life is present The other guard sleeps in an armchair it is covered so that it can later jump into the space of movement like a watch spring in the lit up labyrinth of the theatrical The objects travel together with the protagonists from memory to the archiving and opening of the memory The performance changes into exhibition and vice versa The paradox of the theatrical meeting fine art is in a mutual relation between the two perceptions The conclusion consists of a conversation with the audience who enter the space between the performance Barbara Novakovič Kolenc artists Zora Stančič Damijan Kracina Polona Maher Katarina Toman Kracina Nataša Skušek Mladen Stropnik Sašo Vrabič Matic Sonnenwald Živa Žitnik installation sketch Fundus ZSPP The Repository WUST The storehouse of the City Museum of Ljubljana contains a diverse collection of objets d art and everyday items which are in one way or another connected to the history of Ljubljana the museum s collection policy or to the wider domain of contemporary life in Ljubljana The items in the collection represent a wide span of history all the way from 5 000 B C a wooden prehistoric wheel with axle to today a recent election poster With varying material composition and condition the items pose a challenge to conservators who take great care to create the optimal environment for preserving and extending the

    Original URL path: http://www.muzeum.si/FundusWUST/FundusWUST.htm (2016-02-18)
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  • MUZEUM, Institute of Art Production, Mediation and Publishing
    starting point of its exploration and development The anechoic chamber is a content removing structure Allegedly humans can t bare to stay in it for longer periods of time Symptoms are irrational fear anxiety and severe insecurity The subject s environment is defined solely by the layer of one s own skin covering the carnal content that has no reflective capacity the space of anechoic chamber has no walls that

    Original URL path: http://www.muzeum.si/soba_brez_odmeva/soba_brez_odmeva.htm (2016-02-18)
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