Sunday March 29th 2020

Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992

by on Feb.29, 2012, under Exhibitions


Laibach / IRWIN / New Collectivism / Scipion Nasice Sisters Theatre

March 20th – April 21st, 2012
Private View: Tuesday 20th March 6 – 8.30pm

CHELSEA space proudly presents Neue Slowenische Kunst 1984-1992, a timely show dedicated to the radical Slovenian art collective Neue Slowenische Kunst (New Slovenian Art), focussing on the archives of Laibach, IRWIN, New Collectivism and Scipion Nasice Sisters Theatre, in Ljubljana and the David Gothard archive in London. The exhibition traces the impact of their work and the important role London played in the collective’s activities.

The show also marks a distinct component in a unique three-part presentation of Neue Slowenische Kunst’s activities in co-operation with TATE Modern and Calvert 22, and will provide a fascinating insight into the complexities of one of the most important artistic movements to emerge from Eastern Europe widely considered to be the last true avant-garde of the twentieth century.

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include archive material from the theatre performance Marija Nablocka (1985) by Scipion Nasice Sisters Theatre and directed by Dragan Živadinov, hosted by Richard Demarco and shown at the Fringe Festival, Edinburgh; Was ist Kunst exhibition by IRWIN at AIR Gallery and at Riverside Studios, London in 1987, and from the performance No Fire Escape in Hell (1986) by Michael Clark & Company featuring Laibach.

Curated by Michele Drascek

CHELSEA Space 16 John Islip Street London Sw1P 4JU
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