Lara Plavčak

Lara Plavčak graduated in art history and cultural studies. In 2011, she graduated from the School of Curatorial Practices and Critical Writing World of Art. To date, she has curated more than 50 major and minor exhibitions individually or in collaboration, and participated in many others in the role of the project manager or assistant at various venues in Slovenia and abroad. Between 2015 and 2019, she collaborated with the Ljubljana Short Film Festival FeKK and the Kraken Association in organizing film screenings equipped with audio description for blind people and subtitles for deaf people. In 2014, as an external co-worker at Kino Šiška, she established the zine collection and public reading room ZINE VITRINE, which today counts more than 400 pieces. In 2016, with the opening of the DobraVaga gallery, she upgraded the zine program with monthly exhibitions, workshops, sales selection, and lectures, and led it until September 2019. In 2017, she co-curated the group exhibition Zines! Contemporary Zine Production at MGLC, Ljubljana, which was based on many years of research into the contemporary production of art zines in Slovenia and internationally. From 2016 to 2018, she worked at the World of Art school and SCCA, Center for Contemporary Arts – Ljubljana. From February 2018 to September 2019, she was employed as a project manager for visual, audiovisual, and intermedia arts at the Kino Šiška Center for Urban Culture, where she prepared the program and annually produced more than 100 events organized by Kino Šiška or co-produced with other public institutions and NGOs. Since October 2019, she works as Assistant Director of SCCA-Ljubljana.

Pop Pills is an ambitiously designed book that explores the issues of an adolescent medicalized generation in the United States.
Pop Pills is an ambitiously designed book that explores the issues of an adolescent medicalized generation in the United States.
Samuel Ivin's Lingering Ghosts is a collection of 28 bust portraits of asylum seekers, who wait from several months to more than twenty years for an answer to or approval of their status application.
Samuel Ivin’s Lingering Ghosts is a collection of 28 bust portraits of asylum seekers, who wait from several months to more than twenty years for an answer to or approval of their status application.
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