Zavod Sploh

Šift 2020 - work

“Freedom of work shall be guaranteed. Everyone shall choose his employment freely.” (Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia).
Do we have freedom in modern society to act as we wish when it comes to the question of what and how we will work, why we will work and who we will work for?

Producer: Špela Trošt
Artistic direction: Bojan Jablanovec
Produkcija: Via Negativa
Koprodukcija: Zavod Sploh

Docu-art project
Rok Kravanja at worksites of prostitution

In the period February – June 2020, performer Rok Kravanja took on the role of a consumer of sexual services in the market of homosexual prostitution and documented Slovenian worksites of prostitution with his mobile phone. Project includes 13 photographs, sexual offers and correspondence with providers.

Sound installation
3. 12. 2020
Muzejska ploščad, Ljubljana
Tomaž Grom in collaboration with 111 artists

Tomaž Grom invited artists working in the field of contemporary art to participate in this sound composition. More than 100 artists responded to the invitation, some with joy, some with doubts, and some politely refused to participate or did not respond to the invitation at all.

27. 6. 2020
Playground Tabor, Ljubljana
Directions: Loup Abramovici
Performers: Andrej Fon, Estela Žutić, Gilles Duvivier, JAŠA, Jelena Ždrale, Loup Abramovici, Nataša Živković, Vito Weis and their children

The classical theory of the play is based on free, equal, autonomious and non-productive nature. It sets its own rules outside the rules of a “real life”. Play is also a very serious business. “The civilization of the race never leaves the play as a play.” (J. Huizinga, Homo Ludens) The play is a constitutive part of language, science, politics, art … Loup Abramovici is a performer, dancer, creator of contemporary performing arts. Play is his tool, his work, his survival strategy. He is also a father who plays with his children every day … He is constantly at play. Can he even afford to stop playing? Is this still a play? How to play this play? Loup Abramovici invited his friends, co-workers, parents, cultural workers in their children to play this double play together

Workshop A fairy tale as an event
25. 3. 2020
Kindergarten Sežana

What do we tell children in kindergarten, what fairy tales they are listening today? Education as an activity seems quietly and peacefully placed behind the walls of childcare institutions, but it can marked the child for life. The educators, led by Tjaša Črnigoj and Andrej Fon, develop a fairy tale for children and create musical instruments for its staging.

27. 1. 2020
Španski borci, Ljubljana
Participants:Loup Abramovici, Mary Anne Blanche, Tomaž Grom, Anja Novak, All Strings Detached (Jana Beltran, Vesna Godler), Ana Kravanja, Samo Kutin, Marjan Stanić, Eduardo Raon, Jan Čibej, Kristina Svetec, Aleš Lazar, Marko Milić, Jelena Vuksanović, Klavdija Jeršinovec, Andrej Mahne, Špela Trošt, Bojan Jablanovec, Maja Megla, Hotimir Knific, Gal Škrjanec, Makis Ananiadis

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