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The Terra Ignota multi-sensory video installation addresses the sensorial experience of biodiversity loss. It consists of a video projection and showcases that take inspiration from the natural-history museum dioramas. The project ambitiously aims to reduce cognitive human bias towards the future, which prevents us from making better personal and collective decisions for a more sustainable tomorrow.
P l a t e au r e s i d u e is an imaginary identity of the award-winning duo Aljaž Celarec (BA in geography, Faculty of Arts University of Ljubljana, and MA in photography, AKV St. Joost, the Netherlands) and Eva Pavlič Seifert (BA in art history, Faculty of Arts University of Ljubljana, and MA in visual culture, Aalto University, Finland). Their projects are dedicated to landscape ecology and new media, on a quest for new ways of raising public awareness. Their artistic output is grounded in video installation, artworks that give voice to project contributors and collaborators, natural forms such as rocks, air, organisms and other substance clusters, which are reorganized into unusual new forms and new media systems. The couple are based in Novi Kot, in the hinterland forests of Mount Gotenica and Snežnik plateau.
Production: Centre for Contemporary Arts SCCA-Ljubljana, Kino Šiška – Centre for Urban Culture, Miklova hiša Gallery, Cultural Artistic Association KUD Mreža/ Alkatraz Gallery
Supported by: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia, Municipality of Ljubljana – Department of Culture, Municipality of Ribnica;
Acknowledgements: Podjetniški inkubator Kočevje