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A concrete sculpture by Dragica Čadež Lapajne (SI), made in 1986 and standing in front of the Primary School Gustav Šilih in Maribor, 2008 A concrete sculpture by Banzo Matsura, made in 1977 and standing on Ptujska cesta [Ptjska road] in Maribor, 2008 A concrete sculpture by Maciej Szankowski (PL), made in 1977 and standing in Bresternica, a village near Maribor, 2008 The gathered audience for a lecture by the legendary female climber Lynn Hill, taking place at Cankarjev dom, 2015 A concert during the festival's opening ceremony, 2012 An exhibition of posters for festivals which form the International Alliance for Mountain Film, 2014 Kurt Diemberger, an Austrian mountaineer and author of several books. The only living person who has made the first ascents on two mountains over 8,000 metres. His lecture took place at Cankarjev dom, 2016. Martin Bricelj Baraga's project Moonlith, a Monument to the Moon and the Stars, presented at Ljubljana's Republic Square in 2015 Karina Smigla-Bobinski (DE) worked as an artists in residence at MoTA in 2013. She developed an analogue interactive installation called ADA, "a post-industrial creature, visitor-animated, creatively acting artist-sculpture, self-forming artwork". In 2013, MoTA Museum of Transitory Art invited the Berlin based artist Jan Voorman for a residency. The project he worked on at that time, called Dispatchwork, consisted of a series of somewhat surreal interventions into public space. Supported by Sally Golding's visuals, Matt Spendlove (aka Spatial) is presenting his bass heavy electronica live set at Sonica, 2016 A light installation, set up by the duo Nonotak at MoTA Lab during the 2016 edition of the Sonica Festival A 3.3-metre installation dubbed Cyanometer, created by Martin Bricelj Baraga. Located at the Ajdovščina Square in Ljubljana, it is 'measuring the blueness of the sky' as well as showing data on air quality and the main polluters. MoTA LAB first opened its doors during the Sonica Festival in 2016. The place then exhibited site-specific installations by Staš Vrenko, Nonotak (FR), Nikola Uzunovski (MK), Anne Katrine Senstad (US) and others. Japanese vibraphonist Masayoshi Fujita performing at Kino Šiška in the context of Sonica Classics concert series, 2016 Created by the artist Stavinsky, the Black and white Rubik’s Cube functions as a "minimalist meditation on the radical repolarisation of the east and west of the postcoldwar Europe". Konzorcij, Slovenija's largest bookstore, children’s section City Bookstore at Gosposka Street in Maribor, 2009 The architect Jože Plečnik moved to a single-storey house at Karunova Street 4 in Ljubljana's Trnovo district in 1921, and extended it with a cylindrical tower in 1924. Plečnik House exterior, renovated in 2015. The renovated complex of the two houses at Karunova Street with the Plečnik Collection in situ, a new permanent exhibition on Jože Plečnik and a study centre, 2015. … further results