[artinfo] A New Generation of Booklets from Aksioma
marcela at aksioma.org
Mon Feb 9 13:11:04 CET 2015
We still haven't said the final word.
Aksioma - Institute for Contemporary Art,
Ljubljana is proud to present PostScriptUM, a
series of booklets that serve as accompanying
texts to the projects it has exhibited and
presented in Ljubljana. Edited by Janez Jana,
the booklets offer insights and reflections of
authors, curators, critics, theorists and other
thinkers - such as Régine Debatty, Alessandro
Ludovico, Bojana Kunst, Domenico Quaranta, Bruce
Sterling and Inke Arns - raised by the works seen
on Aksioma's programme, which in recent years has
included Trevor Paglen, Paolo Cirio, Evan Roth,
Franco and Eva Mattes, Ubermorgen, Monochrom,
Frederik de Wilde, Jill Magid, among others.
Recently redesigned, expanded and enriched with
additional colour photography the PostScriptUM
booklets are available - in either Slovenian or
English language - as free e-publications in pdf
format. Through the print-on-demand service
offered by Lulu.com, it is also possible to order
each issue as a printed booklet.
Currently with 18 issues, the PostScriptUM series
will be continuously updated with new releases.
The latest publications in the series are Futures
in Excess by author Daniela Silvestrin and We
Started a Meme Which Started the Whole World
Crying by the Slovenian art collective Smetnjak.
Stay tuned for forthcoming booklets by Geoff Cox
on the exhibition The Pirate Cinema by Nicolas
Maigret and a discussion between Pablo Garcia and
To download individual booklets or to order a
printed copy on demand, visit
To download the complete set of booklets in
English language, click
Editor of the Series: Janez Jana
Publisher: Aksioma - Institute for Contemporary Arts, Ljubljana
Represented by: Marcela Okretiã
Design: Luka Umek
Layout: Sonja Grdina
Printed and distributed by: Lulu.com
The publishing of the PostScriptUM series is
realised in the framework of
a joint project by Aksioma (SI), Drugo more (HR),
AND (UK), Link Art Center (IT) and d-i-n-a / The
Masters & Servers has been funded with support from the European Commission.
These related publications reflect the views only
of the author, and the Commission cannot be held
responsible for any use which may be made of the
information contained therein.
The programme of Aksioma is supported by the
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia
and the Municipality of Ljubljana.
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