Photographic Exhibition of project Multivizija

Posted on May 30, 2019

The year 2019 started with APIS Institute’s project Multivizija, as part of which my colleagues and I were running photo workshops for vulnerable groups. I am sharing some visual moments from the  discussion on empowerment and representation of vulnerable social groups through art experience and the photography exhibition opening of amazing works by Multivizija project‘s participants: Camilo Acosta Mendoza, Aber Al Gendy, Tina Cerk, Naiem Ibrahim, Kevin Koman Modic, Katrin Modic, Jelena Radusinović, Aljoša in Miranda Škaper, Romana Šteblaj, Naira Tahirović, Urša Tonejec.  The event was taking place at ZRC Atrium on May 30, 2019. Thank you for being with us.

Discussion participants: Nino Bektashashvili, mentor assistant, Jelena Radusinović, author, dr. Robi Kroflič, professor of theory of education and general pedagogy at the Department for pedagogy and andragogy, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Miranda in Aljoša Škaper, authors. Discussion was moderated by Manca Juvan, mentor and photographer, APIS Institute director.

Workshop mentors: photography mentors Luka Dakskobler in Manca Juvan and mentos assistant Nino Bektashashvili.

CLICK for more about the project Multivizija: Multimedia, Theatre and Dance Training for Vulnerable Groups

Photo: Urša Valič

Multimedia Project with Apis Institute

Posted on January 11, 2019

At the presentation of photography module, part of the Multimedia project including representatives of minority groups, in production of Apis Institute.

Presenting my work at Slovenian Book Fair 2018

Posted on November 22, 2018

In conversation about my work with Galerija Fotografija‘s director Barbara Čeferin at the 2018 Slovenian Book Fair.

At the Art of Editing Workshop

Posted on September 22, 2018

A long & intense day of Art of editing workshop in Galerija Fotografija ended with excitement as new ideas developed in consistency of different photo documentary projects. Well done to all participants as it was a real marthon like experience. 🙂

Lecture at UGM

Posted on August 12, 2018

Photo by MJ

Presenting my work on August 9th as part of the accompanying program of Inge Morath’s retrospective at Maribor Art Gallery.

More here and here

Photo by UGM

Guardians of the Spoon book at Photobook and Photozine exhibit

Posted on May 12, 2018

Guardians of the Spoon was one of the exhibited books on the Slovene Photobook and Photozine exhibition at DobraVaga in Ljubljana, Slovenia, between April 18 and May 12, 2018.

Day in the Mediterranean II Exhibition Event in Ljubljana

Posted on April 28, 2018

As the curator and jury member at Photo Marathon collective action organised by Apis Institute in Ljubljana and exhibited in ZRC Atrium. More about the project here.

In conversation with residency program participant and author of photographic project Fužine: In Focus, that was organised and produced by Apis Institute, Krix Berberian.

Migrations in Apollonijeva palača, Piran, Slovenia

Posted on April 24, 2018

The Migration exhibition has been on show in one of Piran’s galleries, the Apollonijeva palača between April 23 – May 9, 2018.

Solidarity, not Chairty screened and exhibited in Singapore

Posted on March 26, 2018

Solidarity, not Charity part of STORIES THAT MATTER 2018 festival in Singapore.

Outdoor exhibition featuring works from Magnum Foundation‘s What Works. The project brings together nine photographers from Iran, Ukraine, Slovenia, Eygpt, India, Ecuador, China, and the Philippines to explore tolerance through rigorous and creative visual narratives. Collectively, the projects address bridge-building amongst groups that might otherwise be in conflict. Featuring works by Abbas Hajimohammadi, Vlasova Anastasia, Eman Helal, Manca Juvan, Muyi Xiao, Poulomi Basu, Santiago Arcos, Xyza Cruz Bacani, Yuyang Liu.

https://www.objectifs.com.sg/what-works/
https://www.magnumfoundation.org/what-works/

Unordinary Lives at Slovene Ethnographic Museum

Posted on February 13, 2018

Some images from Afghanistan: Unordinary Lives project, in impressive size and print at Slovene Etnographic Museum’s exhibition Afghanistan-Slovenian view on show until end of March 2018.