Museum of Broken Relationships

museum of broken relationships

If you still have your ex’s stuff sitting somewhere in your apartment, you may want to donate it to the world’s only museum of broken relationships, in Zagreb, Croatia The end of an emotional relationship between two lovers is usually

Ones to Watch 2012: Maja Miloš

Maja Milos

We bring you a selection of Balkan-related artists to keep your eye on in the coming year The young Serbian film director tops our 2012 list with her upcoming drama Clip, exploring the tension between apathy and unrestrained euphoria of

Ones to Watch 2012: Ana Rajcevic

Ana Rajcevic, ANIMAL: The Other Side of Evolution (fiberglass, polyester resin, 2012) / Photo by Fernando Lessa

We bring you a selection of Balkan-related artists to keep your eye on in the coming year Ana is a Serbian sculptor and fashion artist, based in London, working at the intersection of sculpture and costume design. She is specialised

Houston, do we have a hoax?

Tito in space

Interview with Žiga Virc, creator of “Houston, We Have a Problem!” trailer for his alleged documentary on socialist Yugoslavia’s secret space program supposedly sold to the US in 1961 Posted on YouTube and picked up by numerous social network users,

Ones to Watch 2012: Numen / For Use

Numen net Belgium

We bring you a selection of Balkan-related artists to keep your eye on in the coming year The Croatian/Austrian design collective of Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljkovic are well-known for their Tape installations – kilometers of transparent sticky

Metelkova: eighteen years of utopian freedom in a city within a city

Metelkova city

Copenhagen has Christiania, Berlin has Tacheles and Ljubljana has Metelkova City, its very own autonomous cultural center and a positively wondrous place Metelkova is situated in the former barracks of Yugoslav People’s Army which were left abandoned after Slovenia became

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 a museum, a special space termed the Punk Room a.k.a

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 and perform different actions, stepping up for a better society.

Urban guerrilla group fighting for Belgrade cinemas

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“Beograd film”, the Serbian state-owned chain of 14 cinemas was privatized back in 2007, and since then, cinemas in Belgrade have been closed. The only ones you can find today are large multiplexes, mostly in big shopping malls. While it’s

Robot’s last dance: Ballettikka Internettikka Antarcttikka

Ballettika Internettika

Ballettikka Internettikka Internet Ballet by Igor Štromajer & Brane Zorman 2001 – 2011 Ballettikka Internettikka is a series of tactical art projects which began in 2001 with the exploration of Internet ballet. It explores wireless Internet ballet performances combined