The notion of being human revolves around our perception of what it means to be an animal or beast – and this relationship is constructed through the medium of photography.
From the Magazine
The article analyses the photographic oeuvre of Borut Krajnc as a result of talks with the author working with his extensive archive. Among Slovenian photographers, Borut Krajnc currently surely occupies the position of being one of the most prominent and experienced documentarians. He mostly works as a documentary photographer and photojournalist.
While searching through Brecht’s legacy, Broomberg and Chanarin found his personal copy of the Holy Bible – the cover of which Brecht had decorated with an image of a car. And then they had an idea… They designed their own version of the Holy Bible.
Focussing on journalistic reports on terror attacks in Israel, the article’s aim is to investigate the operation of family photographs deployed as substitutions for explicit depictions of fatalities. It appears that whereas such photographs depoliticise the representation of death, they also work to politicise Israeli daily existence.
The tandem Ena rola filma (One Roll of Film), whose members are Aljaž Celarc and Eva Pavlič Seifert, describes itself on their webpage as an independent DIY project from Slovenia with love for new ideas in artistic production and practice. They are self-publishing foto-zines