Tjaša Pogačar

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Tjaša Pogačar is a curator, co-founder, and editor-in-chief of Šum, a Ljubljana-based magazine and platform for art and theory-fiction. She worked with the Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova, Škuc Gallery and Aksioma Project Space in Ljubljana, among others, curating solo and group shows and collaborating mainly with the younger generation of artists. In 2019/20 she curated two editions of IFCA – International Festival of Computer Arts in Maribor, titled "Automated Ecologies" and "Infrastructure Complex: Altered Earth" that focused on questions arising from the intertwining of technology and planetary ecologies. In addition, Pogačar works as a curator and producer of new media art at the Projekt Atol Institute in Ljubljana and is the curator of ISKRA DELTA – 34th Ljubljana Graphic Biennale (2021). In September 2022, she curated the ZONE1 of viennacontemporary at Kursalon Vienna. (2021, 2022)