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The Art is Ours, group exhibition

19/3 - 9/5/2024
Ptuj City Gallery, Ptuj



Curator: Gani Llalloshi
Artists: Majda Skrinar, Aleksij Kobal, Lara J. Marconi, Joni Zakonjšek, Tilen Žbona, BridA, Aleš Sedmak, Ana Čigon, Jaka Jeraša, Igor Andjelić, Anja Kranjc, Gani Llalloshi, Erik Mavrič

Group exhibition of the works of artist from Primorska region. At the exhibition, you can see my short documentary film Heroinat/Heroines

The curator and artist Gani Llalloshi wrote the following about the exhibition:

"The Second World War had a devastating impact on countless lives. The end of the winter of 1944 was a turning point for Nazif, a 17-year-old boy who joined the partisan army. One of the Kosovo Corps brigades was ordered to help drive the occupying forces out of the Western Balkans. The journey of these partisans from Shkodër to Trieste was long and exhausting. Nazif and his comrades walked 1,200 kilometers from battle to battle. He returned home in 1948. Nazif was my father.
/../ My father’s story made me reflect on the past, on my work and my fate that brought me close to the place that marked my father’s youth. From his words, starting with the legendary cry of the Slovenian patriots in Primorska, “Trieste is ours!” , and from my own experience of everyday life in Slovenian Istria, I sensed that the word “ours” may have a deeper meaning than it first appears, one that transcends the mere linguistic context. It expresses a connection to the homeland, to the community and to the recent history that has shaped us. It is an expression of emotional attachment to the land on which we grew up, and to the people with whom we have shared these paths."

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Fem TV 6.0 in podelitev anti-nagrade bodeča neža

7. 3. 2024
Klub Gromka, Ljubljana

The collective Fem TV consists of: Eva Jus, Danijela Zajc, Pia Skušek, Ana Grobler, Ana Čigon, Vasja Progar, Jaka Andrej Vojevec, Slobodan Malić, Bernarda Kristan, Tadeja Pirih, Hay.
Make up: Avalon; Technical support: Jaka Korošec; Design of the poster and graphic design: Ariane Podlesny
Organization: 25th International Feminist and Queer Festival Red Dawns
Coproduction / co-organisation: Vita Activa, Fem TV, Matafir Association, Club Gromka
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Financial support: City of Ljubljana – Culture Department

The Feminist Year is around and it’s time to re-declare the Thistle Anti-award. This dishonorable title can befall anyone who publicly attacks, humiliates, and insults others on the basis of gender identity, gender expression and/or sexual orientation. The audience will choose the winning, most daring statement at the award announcement, which will take place as part of the Fem TV 6.0 show. All of you who will follow the event will be able to vote live for your favorite” among the 5 selected statements.

Fem TV is a burlesque-cabaret show, consisting of short sketches that parody television shows and news programs and provide a sharp critique of current social events.

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Feminist Wikimaraton 2024

Museum of Modern Art, MG+, Ljubljana

Wikimaraton 3 For Your Pleasure

Assistants: Ana Čigon & Ida Hiršenfelder
Postproduction: Museum of Modern Art, MG+, Ljubljana
Soorganisation: Ida Hiršenfelder, Ana Čigon
Production: Rampa Lab / Kersnikova Institute

Kindly invited to join us on Saturday to write about female artist that are part of the exhibition For Your Pleasure. Feminist Positions in Visual Art in and from Slovenia on Slovene Wikipedia.

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Catlands, new animation

January 2024
country of production: Slovenia & Croatia

Catlands 4

2D digital cut-out animation, 9'44'', 2024

Scriptwriter, director and art director: Ana Čigon
Animators: Kata Gugić, Ana Čigon, Ana Horvat, Bernarda Kristan, Lea Vučko, Damir Grbanović
Background design: Julijana Božič
Editing: Iva Kraljević
Music: Tomaž Grom
Sound design: Boštjan Kačičnik
Voice actors: Aphra Tesla, Tea Vidmar, Jošt Jesenovec, Blaž Šef, Ana Čigon
Image postproduction: Teo Rižnar
Producer: Viva Videnović (URGH!)
Co-producer: Vanja Andrijević (Bonobostudio)
Co-production: URGH!, RTV Slovenija (SI) / Bonobostudio (HR)
With the support of: Slovenian Film Centre, Croatian Audiovisual Centre, Viba film.

The animation Catlands has completed its creative adventure and we are sending it on a hopefully successful festival journey. Many thanks to all collaborators for their contributions, creativity and perseverance.

Catlands is a satire that mirrors Europe's pressing political issues through the daily ups and downs in the relationships of neighbouring cats. You may watch the trailer of the film below, and are kindly invited to view the webpage of the film where you can find more information about the film, see images from individual scenes and find the PressKit with interesting information about the background of the story.

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For Your Pleasure. Feminist Positions in Visual Art in and from Slovenia

Opening 27/10/2023 at 8.00 pm
27/10/2023 - 21/4/2024
Museum of Modern Art,

MG+, Ljubljana

For Your Pleasure Heroinat Tok

Participating artists: Lina Akif, Zemira Alajbegović, Milijana Babić, Mirjana Batinić, Urban Belina, Saša Bezjak, Vanja Bućan, Vesna Bukovec, Jasmina Cibic, Lea Culetto, Ana Čigon, Eclipse, Elena Fajt, Andreja Gomišček, Olja Grubić, Marina Gržinić, Dejan Habicht, Đejmi Hadrović, Ida Hiršenfelder, Hiša na hribu, Maja Hodošček, Tjaša Kancler, Jasna Klančišar, Andrea Knezović, Tatiana Kocmur, Neven Korda, Mankica Kranjec, Anka Krašna, Rok Kravanja, Meta Krese, Tanja Lažetić, Agate Lielpētere, Aprilija Lužar, Dušan Mandič, Lela B. Njatin, Daniel Petković, Jovita Pristovšek, Tadej Pogačar & P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. muzej sodobne umetnosti, Urška Preis, Marija Mojca Pungerčar, Maruša Sagadin, Duba Sambolec, Simona Semenič, Mojca Senegačnik, Zvonka T Simčič, Nataša Skušek, Maja Smrekar, Alenka Spacal, Saša Spačal, Zora Stančič, Aina Šmid, Ajda Tomazin, Jasmina Založnik, Lana Zdravković (KITCH), Nada Žgank
Curator: Martina Vovk
Assistant Curator: Kristjan Sedej

The exhibition presents artistic production focusing on gender and gender-related discrimination, on sexism and the inequality of women (and all who identify as women), with discrimination manifesting at the intersections of gender and other categories and circumstances, such as class, labor, race, nationality, sexual identity, and age.

My following works are part of the exhibition:
- Short documentary video Heroinat / Heroines, 15 min, 2015
- Medium-length documentary film Flow, co-authors of the film: Saša Spačal and Ida Hiršenfelder, 55 min, 2016

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Video Precariat of the World ... Talk with: Tea Jarc, dr. Svetlana Slapšak and Jadranka Vesel

online access

Prekariat sveta

Script: Vesna Bukovec, Tia Čiček in Ana Čigon
Director: Ana Čigon
Talk with: Tea Jarc, Sindikat Mladi plus dr. Svetlana Slapšak, 9upokojena redna profesorica, klasična filologinja, antropologinja in pisateljica
Jadranka Vesel Rise, raziskovalni inštitut za socialno ekonomijo

On Labor Day, I am publishing the video Precariat of the World ..., which was created in collaboration with Vesna Bukovec and Tia Čiček and was presented for the first time as part of the exhibition Work in Progress. Reflections on Communities Beyond Capitalism. In it, we talked about work and the system we live in with Tea Jarc, dr. Svetlana Slapšak and Jadranka Vesel. This content is only available in slovene.

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Group exhibition: Kindly Not Invited

3 -18/4/2023, opening at 7.00 pm
Kino Šiška, Kamera Gallery, Ljubljana

Za luno

Artists: Nika Autor, Sara Bezovšek, Ana Čigon, Jasna Hribernik, Marko A. Kovačič, Damijan Kracina, Andrej Lupinc, Kolja Saksida, Rok Sieberer – Kuri, Miha Vipotnik
Curator: Varja Močnik

History teaches that experimental film is intended only for a narrow circle of the public. Is the (difficult) accessibility of this type of content an issue of physical display spaces or curation environments? Perhaps of limited and at the same time overcrowded spiritual contexts? Such questions will only be deepened by the exhibition of experimental audiovisual works by Slovenian authors. And multiplied.

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BREZODRA. Exhibition and performance: Work in Progress. Utopian Rest

18/3/2023 at 4.00pm
18/3 - 7/4/2023 - exhibition
GT 22, Maribor


Exhibition: drawings on paper and drwings on wall, video and instalation
Vesna Bukovec, Tia Čiček, Ana Čigon

Production: Society NAGIB
Curatorial process: Petra Hazabent

COMMUNITY OF CREATORS: Tery Žeželj in Alicia Ocadiz, Anja Bornšek, Vesna Bukovec, Ana Čigon in Tia Čiček, Saška Rakef, Tina Kozin in Bojana Šaljić Podešva, All the children – Petja Golec Horvat, Lan Žiga Anderlič, Jerca Smrečnik in Simona Bobnar Radenković (z umetniško podporo Petje Labovića inToni Soprano Meneglejte), Andreja Kopač, Jaka Berger and Miha Šajina / Shekuza, etc.

Webpage of Brezodra, Nagib:
Webpage of the exhibition space GT22:

BREZODRA (Stageless) is a continuation of Nagib’s long-standing process of research, experimentation, reflection and performance beyond established spaces and production structures. This time, BREZODRA is designed as a multi-hour manifestation of various practices, formats of coexistence and co-creation, deliberations and discourses, aimed at finding and questioning new perspectives and performance strategies, which are created by considering the construction of (new) communities and ways of different presence, attention and action. It is an idea and a contribution to the development of new models of cultural production that depart from the established systems of producing and perceiving works of art. It is an experiment that invites the viewer to an experiential insight into creative methods, processes and (artistic) work in general.

On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition in GT22 and the implementation of the event as part of BREZODRA (Nagib), we preparED a performative reading about an utopian rest with the aim of taking a short rest during the whole day’s events.


Discusrsive programme during the exhibition Work in Progress Reflections on Communities Beyond Capitalism

10/11 - 8/12/2022
Discursive programme: 24/11, 2/12 and 6/12/2022 at 6.00pm
Škuc Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenija


Exhibition: drawings, video and instalation
Vesna Bukovec, Tia Čiček, Ana Čigon, Andrea Knezović
10/11/2022 - 8/12/2022

Exhibition events
24/11/2022 at 6 pm: Discussion on labour
The discussion will be moderated by journalist, lawyer and editor Kristina Božič, and she will be joined by:
- Mojca Senegačnik (Sindikat Zasuk)
- Tina Podbevšek (Center za družbeno raziskovanje – Cedra)
- dr. Tanja Petrović (Inštitut za kulturne in spominske študije, ZRC SAZU)

2/12/2022 at 6 pm: Discussion on communities
The discussion will be moderated by journalist, lawyer and editor Kristina Božič, and she will be joined by:
- Predstavnica_k Placa (Participativna Ljubljanska Avtonomna Cona)
- dr. Ksenija Vidmar Horvat (FF, Družbena pogodba v 21. stoletju)
- Maša Hawlina (Zadrugator)

6/12/2022 at 6 pm: viewing of the exhibition and evaluation of the project with Vesna Bukovec, Ana Čigon and Tia Čiček

The exhibition Work in Progress. Reflecting on Communities Beyond Capitalism points to the need to rethink current forms of work and activity and to recognise, internalise and challenge certain patterns of behaviour and oppression. Ways of recovery and empowerment can be seen in knowledge sharing, community building and the creation of new living and working conditions. The dismantling of the existing hierarchy of values, which neglects the worker in favour of profit and false “progress”, can be seen as the key to creating a more just world.

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Autobiography of a Project Space

16. 1. 2023 ob 19.00
Projektna soba SCCA, Metelkova 6, Ljubljanaa


Discursive Event and Exhibition

Invited speakers Damijan Kracina, Barbara Borčić (heads of the programme No Nails, No Pedestals), Saša Nabergoj (head of Studio 6), Borut Savski (artist and member of Cirkulacija 2) and Ana Čigon (artist) will discuss how SCCA-Ljubljana has developed a discursive and supportive programme in culture. The discussion will be moderated by Dušan Dovč (former head of production). The discussion will be accompanied by the exhibition intervention And yet I do bother by Vesna Bukovec

From 2004 to 2019, SCCA-Ljubljana established a production and experimental space in the SCCA Project Room with the Studio 6 and No Nails, No Pedestals programmes, encouraging invited artists to prepare spatial, conceptual, visual and intermedia installations. The uncertainty of 2021, when all of us Metelkova 6 users received an appeal from the Ministry of Culture that we would have to leave M6, also influenced the programming of events in the SCCA Project Room, but at the same time, prompted us to reflect on past and present programmes. In light of the currently resolving issue of using public cultural infrastructure and the changing generations at SCCA-Ljubljana, we decided to look back in time and reflect on our activities..



Ana Čigon