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.
Throughout its relatively short cultural history, photographer’s studio backdrop has, alongside different props, served as a creative and imaginary place of wish fulfilment, aspirations or nostalgic longing.
Today, the digital augmentation to personal worlds and public spaces revolutionises how we experience both each other and ourselves.
20 June – 25 August 2019, First Foyer of the Cankarjev Dom Cultural and Congress Centre. The group exhibition Instinct represents the works of an international team of artists, who explore how the relationship between animals and humans is ideologically emphasized or concealed with images, and how the concept of instinct defines the process of photography and the photographic representation.
Call for articles & projects: Protest – Deadline Extended to 9.4.2019. Throughout the twentieth century, political and social protests have become one of the most widespread forms of political contention and collective social action and are […]
Call for articles & projects: Instinct (Proposals deadline extended to 18.1.2019) Membrana no. 6 seeks to address how and why does the notion of being human revolve around our perception of what it means to be an […]
Membrana would love to publish your Head in Hole (or if you prefer: Face in the Hole) images in the autumn edition of the magazine. If you have any DO send them to us for publication. […]
Call for articles & projects: Backdrop Final Call. Deadline for finished contributions is 30 September 2018. Throughout its relatively short cultural history, photographer’s studio backdrop has alongside different props served as a creative and imaginary […]
Call for articles & projects: Augmented Deadline for proposals / abstracts extended to 14. May ! Today, the digital augmentation to personal worlds and public spaces revolutionises how we experience both each other and ourselves. […]
Collecting photographic images has for long stirred both interest and imagination of photographers, artists, photographic theorists, just as it did those of information loving intelligence officers, flea market loving amateurs and free market loving entrepreneurs.
On Friday, 12 May 2017, after only being open for a week at the EPEKA Gallery in Maribor, the photo exhibition War and the WWW: Kurds in Syria and Networking Websites was closed prematurely. It was […]
Kurds in Syria and the Networking Websites By definition, realism is committed to faithful description of reality, and documentary to creative treatment of actuality. Notwithstanding the fact that war of images is inherent in all […]