Exhibition “Can we stop?”

In August there was a group exhibition “Can we stop?” as part of the art festival “Reciklart”. Exhibiting artists:  Boris Beja, Evelina Hägglund, Eva Jakopič, Barbara Jurkovšek, Marina Milev, Urška Savič, Uroš Weinberger and Valerie Wolf Gang. Valerie’s video ‘Plastic Rhythm’, detail: Reciklart / Gallery Alkatraz photo details:  

Poetics of Video Art / Beijing 2017

Valerie Wolf Gang was hosted in Beijing Festival of Culture and Arts held at Expo Garden to perform a live VJ performance ‘Poetics of video art’. ‘Poetics of video art’ is a live VJ performance and interactive video installation which creates a vivid image with regards to interaction with the

National Celebration / Video Mapping

On Friday, September 15, 2017, at 8 pm, was the state celebration of the 70th anniversary of the return of Primorska to the motherland at the Town Hall in Nova Gorica. The event was screened live at Radio and Television Slovenia. The artistic part of the national ceremony was prepared

The Core Project

Valerie Wolf Gang is part of “The Core Project” which was launched on Saturday 19th of August

Selection for Artist-in-Residence Program in Israel

On the basis of an open call by the Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana, the filmmaker and visual artists Valerie Wolf Gang has been selected for the artist residency in The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon. Filmmaker and visual artist works in the field of independent film productions and contemporary art

Selection for Tuzla Film Festival 2017

Valerie Wolf Gang’s film Distant Memory was selected as a semi-finalist to Tuzla Film Festival 2017 and will be screened in October at the festival. The Tuzla Film Festival is an annual film festival that takes places in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Festival is organized by Magic Factory, with the

Roberto Cimeta Travel Grant 2017

Valerie Wolf Gang received Roberto Cimetta Travel Grant 2017 to “travel from Ljubljana to Thessaloniki by car in August to develop her project The Silence of the Balkans, a return route of the refugees to document the graveyards (sounds and photographs) and make an exhibition of what went terribly wrong

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