V prvo Pekinpahovi uprizoritveni razstav, smo z združevanjem formatov sodobnih uprizoritvenih praks, razpirali večperspektivični pogled. Predstavljene so bile uprizoritvene, vizualne, glasbene in oblikovalske aktivnosti Pekinpahovih umetnikov in oblikovalcev, ki skozi različne žanre in prostorsko-časovno kontekste preslikavajo smernice nastalega, sedanjega in prihajajočega.
Since 2010, Pekinpah has been the head coordinator of SPIDER festivals across Europe. In collaboration with our partners, we have put together Spider (2010-2012) and Spider Expand! (2012-2014) projects and in turn organised ten international artistic events in Athens, Zagreb, Lyon, Berlin, Brussels and Ljubljana. Far from being done, we are currently in the middle of developing a new SPIDER project termedSpider Futures.
Collection 42 (Zbirka 42), a series of books on design, under the auspices of the Pekinpah Association. Edited by Petra Černe Oven and Barbara Predan.
The first part of Kejžar's new trilogy, inspired by Tommasso Campanella's utopia the City of the Sun, as well as the electronic music and dance culture, Club 1 2 premiered at the June 2016 Spider festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Revealing the connections between female sexuality and patriotism, Leja Jurišić and Teja Reba occupy a bed in order to interrogate the lives of dead and immoratal male figures. Ideal premiered at the 2015 Spider Festival in Ljubljana.
Featuring dancer and choreographer Matej Kejžar (Belgium) and vocalist Niño de Elche (Spain), Rave (Pekinpah, Festival d'Avignon 2015), which premiered last year at the Festival D'Avignon, was invited to the XS 2016 Festival that takes place in the Théâtre National in Brussels from 17 to 19 March.
Slovenia is a world superpower, subjugating populations throughout the world. Jurišić depicts a bunch of Slovenian females whose fresh imperial subjectivity has been evolving either perfectly or disastrously. In short, the War on Terror à la Slovénie.
A project in which a group of professional designers and several institutions that deal with people with dementia designed activities with and for senior citizens who show signs of dementia.
This is a dance perfromance in which Rozman builds an eco-futurist world parallel to today's natural reality. Rozman envisions human beings existing side by side with unusual creatures born out of future landscapes.
An ongoing striving by five remarkable performers to give birth to something new, Genesis is a collective effort to weave a new world from our common dreams. Genesis premiered at the 2015 Ganz Novi Festival in Zagreb.
Using his Spacetime Remix method(ology), Kejžar has been conducting workshops and creating full choreographic pieces around the world in collaboration with numerous talented dancers. These works include productions in India, Brasil, Singapore, etc
Musical Accompaniment for the End of the World is the musical equivalent of enjoying a glass of Laphroaig whiskey while observing a rapidly approaching storm through the window. It is soothing ... despite the unshakeable sensation of impending doom.
Performed by Fernando Belfiore and Peter de Vuyst, True Romance is Kejžar's exploration of body rituals praising life and love through what might be understood as the type of raw masculine energy that is not afraid of emotions and humour.
A day-long performance of an interactive nature, Dreamhostel invites members of the public for a sleepover at a peculiar hostel where they learn to dream a collective dream.
Rave is a dancer-vocalist duet, through which Matej Kejžar, a dancer and choreographer, and Niño de Elche, a vocal artist and flamenco singer, explore verbalization in connection with movement and try to discover how they merge together in singing.
The book contains 24 compositions written for, or inspired by, Tomaz Pandur's plays Baroque and Caligula. Silence's very first published score, edited by Hladnik, features 124 pages of meticulous notations.
With the king absent, the audience becomes a sovereign in this peculiar feminist take on the Shakespeare classic text. Premiered at Cankarjev Dom in Ljubljana, King Lear by Jurišić and Rusjan is as contemporary as it is archetypal.