NSK State Pavilion – 57th Venice Biennale 2017

Exhibition: Palazzo Ca’ Tron, IUAV University of Venice, 11 May – 15 July 2017
Inaugural lecture by Slavoj Žižek, 11 May 2017, Aula Magna Tolentini

Commissioner: IRWIN (Dušan Mandič, Miran Mohar, Andrej Savski, Roman Uranjek and Borut Vogelnik)
Curators: Zdenka Badovinac, Charles Esche
Project Director: Mara Ambrožič

Installation: Ahmet Öğüt
Scientific consultant: Tomaž Mastnak

Delegates: Mohamed Abdol Monem, Bisan Abu-Eisheh, Ahmed Adelian, Ashok Adicéam, Azra Akšamija, Lauren Alexander (Foundland Collective), Bilal Alkatout, Ammar Alkhatib, Jawad Al Malhi, Samer Arquawi, Kazem Ashourzadeh, Wali Askarzay, Mercedes Azpilicueta, Đorđe Balmazović, Javier Barrios, Dorian Batycka, Seren Başoğul, Lutz Becker, Laura Beckner, Ilaria Biotti, Bianca Bondi, Candice Breitz, Oleksandr Burlaka, Nawal Chagar, Oliver Chanarin, Qëndresë Deda, Burak Dkilitaş, Claudio Donadel, Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani, Safia Dickersbach, Esra Dogan, Aljoša Dujmić, Goran Đorđević, Róza El-Hassan, Ghalia Elsrakbi (Foundland Collective), Mounir Fatmi, Amir Fattal, Michael Fehr, Five women from Afghanistan as collective, Becket Flannery, Jeanno Gaussi, Kendell Geers, Jingxin Geng, Laura Serejo Genes, Sarah Haddou, Anawana Haloba, Hamid, Hasan Hasan, Sharafuddin Hashami, Hands Off Our Revolution, Velija Hasanbegović, Winnie Herbstein, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Agata Kochaniewicz, Komunal, Don Lawrence, Sarah Lunaček, Dr Andrew Lane, Delaine Le Bas, Stine Marie Jacobsen, Laetitia Jeurissen, Youssef Limoud, Mahmoud Maktabi, Asja Mandić, Siavash Maraghechi, Mpole Samuel Masemola, Sithabile Mlotshwa, Sohrab Mohebbi, Wagma Momand, Victor Mutelekesha, Raafat Majzoub, Wafa Mari, Mohammed Mzaill, Ramen Naqshbandi, Izaat Noori, Christian Nyampeta, Olu Oguibe, Shafiq Omar, Reyhane Omidghaemi, Noorulah Oriakhil, Ahmet Öğüt, Danny Pagarani, Mario Pissara, Ognjen Radivojević, Payman Quasimian, Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi, Lotte Schreiber, Megan Schwartz, Sejernader, Lerato Shadi, Shahin, Adnan Softić, Malina Suliman, Lama Takruri, Christina Thomopoulos, Urša Toman, Leontios Toumpouris, Two women from Afghanistan, Gerrie van Noord, Heidi Voet, Zahra, Vadim Zakharov, Salah Zater.

Book Editor: Jela Krečič
NSK Newspaper Editor: Mara Ambrožič

General Coordination: Sanja Kuveljić
Managing Editors, Temple Productions: Lucia Coco, Cédric Fauq

Artistic Team: Chiara Gaspardo, Andrej Škufca
Graphic identity: Archive Books and New Collectivism
State Art Field Research: Tevž Logar
Web developers: Roberto Moro, Jurij Rejec

The Pavilion is commissioned and produced by IRWIN, co-produced by the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana and co-organised by Temple Productions and Društvo NSK informativni center.

Project partners are Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin; Ministry of Culture of Republic of Slovenia; Wiener Festwochen GesmbH, Vienna; Municipality of Ljubljana – Cultural Department; IUAV University of Venice; e-flux, New York; James Gallery/The Center for the Humanities, NYU, New York; Co.Ge.S. – Cooperative for immigration policies, Mestre, NSK State Reserve, New York.

The project was also made possible by the generous support of KD Group d.d.; RPS d.o.o., Ljubljana; VO-KA, Ljubljana; Stratkom d.o.o., Ljubljana; UBT University, Prishtina; OCA Office for Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway; Pavilion of Republic of Kiribati.

 

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NSK State Venice Pavilion in Vienna Thinking Europe

ARCC.art Open Space, 16 May ‑ 11 June 2017
Public lecture: Slavoj Žižek, 20 May 2017, 6.30 pm

www.festwochen.at

Curators: Birgit Lurz, Wolfgang Schlag

Based on the project NSK State Pavilion Venice 2017
commissioned by IRWIN, curated by Charles Esche and Zdenka Badovinac

Installation: Ramesch Daha, Anna Jermolaewa

Managerial consultancy: Mara Ambrožič
Producer Vienna: Wiener Festwochen

Producer: IRWIN
Co-producer: MGML/The Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana

Project partners Vienna: AK Wien, ARCC.art, Verein Einander

With support of: AK Wien, Bundeskanzleramt Kunst und Kultur, Slowenisches Kulturinformationszentrum in Österreich SKICA