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Žogica marogica puppet from Jan Malík's Žogica Marogica [Spotty the Ball]. The popular performance premièred at the City Puppet Theatre (today's Ljubljana Puppet Theatre) in 1951, directed by Jože Pengov with puppets by Ajša Pengov. Alternative historization of the alternative, the exhibiton of Matija Praznik at Alkatraz Gallery, 2017. From station to station, Esad Babačić and Brane Zorman performing at Klub Menza pri koritu, VIVA PUNK, VIVA RŠ!, 2017. Et tu, Brucus?, Social Center Rog, 2016. Raggalution performing at Tovarna Rog, Et tu, Brucus?, 2016. Secret Chiefs at CD Club, 2018. Punk - past and present, round table at Infoshop, VIVA PUNK, VIVA RŠ!, 2017. Vector Hack Festival at Osmo/za, 2018. Vector Hack Festival, the first international festival devoted to experimental analogue vector graphics at Osmo/za, 2018. Ti loviš [You Catch] performance was directed by Sivan Omerzu who created the puppets and set design. Ljubljana Puppet Theatre's ensemble toured with it to Sarajevo, Rijeka, Switzerland, Austria and United Kingdom. The Zalograd project by the KUD C3 Society for Culture and Arts involved underprivileged members of the local community in building an inclusive social place. The project was presented at Gallery MC in New York in the framework of the project CULBURB. The project Zalograd in Zalog, the suburbs of Ljubljana, was related to the project "Public City", initiated by STEALTH.unlimited and the KUD C3 Society for Culture and Arts in 2012 The interior of Jože Plečnik's studio in the year of the master's death in 1957.... further results