e.city-Ljubljana : last part

Exhibitions Opening

Friday 26/01

Lieu d’Europe
Opening of Sketch for a Pavilion by Miha Strukelj
6 pm at Lieu d’Europe in the presence of the artist
8 rue Boecklin – 6700 Strasbourg

Apollonia venue
Opening of the exhibition From art in the urban context to fiction and dystopia
6:30 pm at  Apollonia venue in the presence of the curator Barbara Borcic
23 rue Boecklin – 67000 Strasbourg


Friday 26/01 and Saturday 27/01

Lieu d’Europe
Performance Tea for Five by Neja Tomšič
at 2 pm and 4 pm at Lieu d’Europe
* Performances in English; limited spaces – prior registration necessary at Apollonia
8 rue Boecklin 6700 Strasbourg

  Video Art 

Sašo Sedlaček, The Big Switch Off (2011)

Art curator : Barbara Borčič
From art in the urban context to fiction and dystopia (2018)

As part of the “e.city – Ljubljana” event, Apollonia venue hosted a new sequence of the European video art collection From art in urban context to fiction and dystopia. Barbara Borčić, founder and head of the Digital Archive Video (DIVA) SCCA-Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Arts, presented a selection focused on topics such as city, urbanity, public space and participative art .

The art works of 16 artists dealt with urban context – in its daily dimension but also in its utopian and dystopia aspects.

Here are the list of the artists that Barbara Borčić had selected: Mateja Bučar, Ana Čigon, Luka Dekleva & Luka Prinčič, Inštitut Egon March / Marko Košnik, Neven Korda, Marko A. Kovačič, Zmago Lenardič, Andrej Lupinc, Anja Medved & Nadja Velušček, Amir Muratović, Nataša Prosenc Stearns, Mojca Marija Pungerčar, Sašo Sedlaček, Miha Vipotnik.

DIVA Station is a material and on-line archive of video and new-media art developed by Ljubljana Centre for Contemporary Art since 2005. DIVA puts forward local video art production (art video, video documentation of art events and of theoretical discussions) in order to provide research material for curators, artists, theorists and to all public interested.

DIVA website: Click here

Exhibition from 27th of January to 25th of February 2018
Opening hours: Wednesday/Friday: 11 am – 6 pm and Saturday/Sunday: 2 pm – 6 pm
Free admission


Miha Štrukelj, Defining space (2015) Soulangh artist village © Jiali-Tainan

Miha Strukelj, Sketch for a Pavilion

Miha Strukelj is a multi-disciplinary artist exploring the complexity and ambiguity of the urban context through painting and drawing. For a few years now his artworks have become three-dimensional: he combines different components in a spatial composition where the audience becomes an active element. In Strasbourg, Miha Štrukelj had carte blanche for creating an in situ installation in the glass pavilion of Lieu d’Europe.

The exhibition took place in the Pavilion of the Lieu d’Europe – 8 rue Boecklin 67000 Strasbourg

Opening hours: from Tuesday to Sunday – 10 am to 6 pm


Alsace20 made a TV report about the exhibition. Click here to consult it.


Neja Tomšič, Tea for Five, Opium Clippers (2017) Madalena, Pico Island, Azores.

Neja Tomšič, Tea for Five

Neja Tomšič, through her performance, questionned how tea has changed life in the cities with the first appearance of commercial structures in the middle of the 18th century to nowadays. Our comfort and quality of life depends heavily on maritime shipping, which we know very little about.

During this performance, the participants were invited to live an escape-from-time experience by being introduced to a tea ceremony and immersed in its history.

Performances times (in English): Friday 26/01 – 2 pm. and 4 pm (full)  – Saturday 27/01 – 2 pm. and 4 pm (full)

Limited spaces – prior registration required at Apollonia by e-mail at apollonia{at}apollonia-art-exchanges.com or by phone at +33 (0)9 53 40 37 34.

Artistic footpath 

Irena Pivka/Brane Zorman, gardenWALK

The duo Brane Zorman and Irena Pivka presents a sound walk in situ of approximately 2 km in the streets of Robertsau. This walk invites visitors to understand and discover the history of the area and the participative garden of Apollonia.

Last chance to discover the gardenWALK during Apollonia’s opening hours!