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Ludovik Material

Ludovik Material

Merely a year has passed since their first couple of demo recordings but Ludovik Material already have an extensive local tour, a short European tour, and an a full-length release

Robots in Slovenian art

ROBOTICA - Sašo Sedlaček, Žicar, 2006 / photo: Hiromitsu Murakami

The first comprehensive exhibition focused on robots in contemporary Slovenian art lands in Venice, Italy The exhibition Robotica includes fields such as interactivity, robotics, informatics and multimedia. It the first


Glej, Kurba photo

What happens when a poster for a theatre play is accidentally placed next to an image of politician running for mayor? Art should criticize and reflect, art should create new

Ones to Watch 2012: Torul

Torul 2

We bring you a selection of Balkan-related artists to keep your eye on in the coming year Topping alternative charts and winning over clubbers in Germany and a number of

Punk museum in Ljubljana: a potential home for your precious collection of spit?

Pankrti, once hailed as "the first punk band behind the Iron Curtain", live in Ljubljana 1979. Photo © Vojko Flegar

Three weeks ago, Slovenia’s long-awaited Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (MSUM) finally opened its door to the public. Among MSUM’s most interesting plans for the future is a museum within

Activist Robots by Oblak and Novak


Slovenian art duo Nika Oblak and Primoz Novak presenting their new work Activists, completed during a residency at the OCAT in Shenzhen, China. Activists are mobile robots that occupy spaces

Kino Siska

Kino Siska

Comprised of four complementary spaces, Kino Šiška is a large high-tech centre for “urban culture” located in the Šiška area of Ljubljana. Striving to fill the niche between mainstream and

KUD France Preseren

Kud France Presern

Established way back in 1919 and named after the legendary Slovenian poet, KUD France Prešeren is a community association and multidisciplinary cultural venue based in the Trnovo area of Ljubljana.

Gala Hala

Photo by Eva Taucar

Occasionally accused of leaning towards the mainstream by alternative die-hards, Gala Hala is arguably the busiest concert venue of the Metelkova City autonomous cultural zone. It’s comprised of a club

Contemporary Slovenian design at Dutch Design Week

Black Cherry Lamp by Nika Zupanc for La Femme et la Maison / photo: Dragan Arrigler

After a successful premiere at London Design Festival, with more than 9,000 visitors in just four days, the exhibition Silent Revolutions: Contemporary Design in Slovenia is currently on display on