DIVA Station video archive on tour: Vienna

DIVA Vienna

7/6/ 2017, 7pm

Kino / 21er Haus, Quartier Belvedere, Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Schweizergarten, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Wien

Screening of video program and discussion

DIVA Station is a physical and web archive of video art which is being developed since 2005 at SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts – Ljubljana with the intent to research, document, present and archive video/media art.

In partnership with Ursula Blickle Video Archiv and with the support of Skica the archive will be presented for the first time in Vienna. The program will include the presentation of DIVA Station by Barbara Borčić, program advisor, curator and head of video programs at SCCA-Ljubljana, a screening of curated program DIVA Station Presents IV and a discussion moderated by Claudia Slanar, the curator of the Ursula Blickle Video Archive at the 21er Haus – Museum of Contemporary Art.

The program DIVA Station Presents IV will include my video One More Kick from 2010 and I will be also a guest in the final discussion.


Projection of Remembering the Others and public discusion "How much past do we need for the future?" at Modul Memorije 2017, International Theatre Festival MESS

27/4/2017 at 7 pm

Kino Meeting Point, Sarajevo, BiH


As part of the 22nd MESS Memory Module, on Thursday, 27 April 2017 at 19:00 h at Kino Meeting Point, Sarajevo (Hamdije Kreševljakovića 13), forumZFD (Forum Civil Peace Service) in partnership with MESS and Network for Peace Building, organize screening of the documentary film "Remembering the Others" (46'00") with an open discussion on "How much past do we need for the future?" with Ana Čigon (artist and director), Nejra Nuna Čengić (researcher with PhD in Anthropology) and Nihad Kreševljaković (historian and director of MESS).

Simultaneous translation will be available in English, and/or Bosnian / Croatian / Serbian language.

Remembering the Others, 2015, 46'00”

The documentary "Remembering the Others" by Ana Čigon (Slovenia) gives the word to students, artists, theorists and activists who speak about the meaning and power of public monuments in Kosovo (and elsewhere). Which people have the privilege to be represented in monuments? Why there are almost no monuments dedicated to women in Kosovo? Which other people (marginalized groups) and stories are excluded in such monuments? The film states that if the (hi)stories of marginalized groups are hushed, and the (hi)stories that have visibility are not questioned, the result will always be a misleading sense of normality. A status quo that creates a platform that gives certain groups the push to the top positions and other groups the push to oblivion, all accompanied by a deceptive sense of fairness and normality. The film epilogue opens way to ideas about what kind of monuments people want for the future.

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Video for Via Negativa theatre performance The Ninth

15/5/2017 and 16/5/2017 at 8 pm

Stara mestna elektrarna, ljubljana


Another chance to see The Ninth. For more information on my work in this event click the picture above, for more information about the event please see:

Ana Čigon