Aksioma Project Space
|Aksioma projektni prostor|
|Komenskega 18, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Phone||386 (0) 590 54 360|
|Fax||386 (0) 590 17 010|
|Managed by||Aksioma Institute|
|Janez Janša, Artistic Director|
|Phone||386 (0) 41 250 669|
|Marcela Okretič, Executive Producer|
|Phone||386 (0) 41 250 830|
The gallery can function as a white cube or can be used in different ways, such as for film screenings (Michael Madsen's Into Eternity in January 2012) or lectures. In 2011, Frederik De Wilde used it as a sort of laboratory for his Hostage, an artwork consisting of a nano-engineered material that absorbs all visible light. Julian Oliver and Danja Vasiliev presented Newstweek, a device for manipulating news on major news portals in the country. For the occasion, the gallery was turned into a press centre in which visitors could edit news (April 2012).
The exhibitions in the Aksioma Project Space are often accompanied by brochure (often bilingual) with an original text or interview reflecting on the exhibition, written especially for the occasion. The Paolo Cirio's exhibition Realityflowhacked, for example, was introduced by Bruce Sterling's Sculpting the Flow of Reality. The brochure series is available for free download or as print-on-demand via Aksioma's website.