Jennifer & Kevin McCoy
Humbert Christian Droz
Natasa & Katja Skusek
Helene von Oldenburg
Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec
Invisible Threat. Break 2.2 is an international art festival focused on urban, technologically supported artistic practices that can be considered part of the current avant-garde. It includes exhibitions, performances, concerts, film screenings, workshops etc. dealing with the theme of Invisible Threat.
June 17 - 28, 2003, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Break 2.2 is an international art festival focused on urban, technologically supported artistic practices that can be considered part of the current avant-garde. It includes exhibitions, performances, concerts, film screenings, workshops etc. dealing with the theme of Invisible Threat (pollution, poison, viruses, genetics, bionics, radiation, medication side-effects, surveillance, manipulation, cyber violence/crime, infra/ultra sound, infra/ultra light, ideology, mass media, corporations ...).
Complete program with project descriptions has just been posted on the festival web page. It includes about 40 different works by artists and art groups from all over the world: Haruki Nishijima (Japan), Jennifer & Kevin McCoy (USA), Caz McIntee (UK), Institute for Applied Autonomy (USA), Rene Rusjan (Slovenia), Oliver Kunkel (Germany), Pierre-Yves Cruaud (France), Aleksandar Jestrovic (Serbia and Montenegro), Katherine Moriwaki (USA), Humbert Christian Droz (Switzerland), Leon Grodski (USA), Yannis Kyriakides (Netherlands), Natasa & Katja Skusek (Slovenia), Mike Hentz (Switzerland/USA), Helene von Oldenburg & Ellen Nonnenmacher (Germany), Tina Smrekar (Slovenia), Sergey Provorov & Galina Myznikova (Russia), Margarida Paiva (Portugal), Kathrin Pohlman (Germany), Nenad Kostic (Serbia and Montenegro), Pointless Creations (UK/France), Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec (Slovenia), Peter Tscherkassky (Austria), f18 (Germany) and others.
An important part of the festival is also the symposium (June 18-21, 2003) with lectures on the festival theme by artists and scientists from various fields: Mladen Dolar (Slovenia), Joey Skaggs (USA), Rene Passet (France), Borut Brumen (Slovenia), Sergey Kara-Murza (Russia), Aldo Milohnic (Slovenia), Beatriz da Costa & Brooke Singer (USA), Darij Zadnikar (Slovenia), James L. Acord (USA), Zoran Kanduc (Slovenia) and Mike Hentz (Switzerland/USA).
Festival events will take place at several venues in Ljubljana and are all free of charge.
For more detailed information see festival web page.
Break 2.2 Festival
phone/fax: + 386 1 43 80 301