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MASKA

is a nonprofit organization for publishing, production (performances, interdisciplinary and visual artworks), education and research. It is organized into three sections: Maska Publications,Maska Productions and Maska Symposium. Maska’s theoretical, critical and artistic activities deal with contemporary art and theory, research, experimental performing practices, interdisciplinary art and critical theory. Its contents and events often provide a direct and sharp reflection of the cultural and political space in which it acts.
Collaboration with various governmental and non-governmental organisations, artists, professionals from different areas and partners from abroad is an important segment of all of Maska’s activities.


Produkcije → Scenska

THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA

This is a performance The Republic of Slovenia. In it, a retired intelligence officer tells a story about counting millions, then six important men ponder the fate of Slovenia which is turning into a mafia state, and in the end soldiers of character deal with a spy of character. This is a performance The Republic of Slovenia. It has been running for twenty-five years and it has been produced with your money. And all this time you have been – as an extra or as a big player – its part.

Maska, časopis za scenske umetnosti → Revija Maska

The Post-futurist Manifesto

Stop the world, I want to get off! If my memory serves me right, once upon a time, in the 1980s, this was the title of a popular aphoristic satiric rubric in the Slovenian newspaper Dnevnik. However, now 30 years later, in times when we are witnessing the gradual, protracted and unrelenting neoliberal privatisation of the public good, such exclamations are no longer satire. Art research such as that we are trying to cultivate at Maska Institute has long been hijacked by capital, whose brutal...

Založba → Mediakcije

Chantal Mouffe: AGONISTICS: Thinking the World Politically

Political conflict in our society is inevitable, and the results are often far from negative. How then should we deal with the intractable differences arising from complex modern culture?