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First we were told we can’t call her mother. Then we were told we can’t call her nature (nor should we call her culture). No Gaia or Medea for us too. Benjamin Bratton writes in The Terraforming: “There is chemistry, abstraction and phase change, pattern and then collapse, and other things besides.” A series of collapses, for that matter. The threshold ecologies.

Texts by: Bogna Konior, Lukáš Likavčann1xDomen OgrajenšekGermán Sierra

Edited by: Marko Bauer, Tjaša Pogačar

Šum#12 PDF



Friday, 8 November 2019 / 6 PM
@ Fotopub project space, Tivolska 44, 1000 Ljubljana

Domen Ograjenšek: “No, I don’t Cry on the Outside Anymore”,
a performative reading

Special issue ŠUM#12 is published in conjunction with the exhibition Adaptation to the Future curated by Aleksandra Vajd and Edith Jerabkova. Published by: Šum (Društvo Galerija Boks) / Co-published by: UMPRUM, Prague*
Šum is in 2019 supported by partners of the co-production network: Igor Zabel Association • Futura – Centre For Contemporary Art • Kapelica Gallery – Kersnikova Institute • International Centre of Graphic Arts Ljubljana • City Gallery Ljubljana • City of Women Association • Moderna Galerija & Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova • Maribor Art Gallery • Celeia Celje Institute – Centre For Contemporary Arts • Osmo/Za: Projekt Atol Institute, Ljudmila Art & Science Laboratory, Delak Institute. THANK YOU!