Osmo/za is a collaborative space at the 8th floor of the Avtotehna 1960s skyscraper building at Slovenska 54 in the very centre of Ljubljana. It was set up in 2017 by a consortium of three NGO art/cultural producers with a rich and varied history: Ljudmila engages in the development and popularisation of open culture, free licences and software, and in new ways of data distribution; Delak Institute is a production house exploring post-gravity art and outlining a path for space culturalisation; the Projekt Atol Institute's activities range from art production to scientific research and technological prototype development and production.
Follow the links below for a current programme of performances, talks and workshops.
Ekscentrik: Nenehna Antigona at Osmo/za, 2017. Maruša Majer in Ekscentrik: Nenehna Antigona at Osmo/za, 2017. Vito Weis in Ekscentrik: Nenehna Antigona at Osmo/za, 2017. Ekscentrik: Nenehna Antigona, directed by Dragan Živadinov, Osmo/za, 2017. Workshop led by Peter Edwards at Osmo/za, 2017. Ljudmilaâs artist in residence Peter Edwards at Osmo/za, 2017. The Game - interactive sound installation and the production team, Osmo/za, 2017. Horisons of Creativity, workshop at Osmo/za, 2018. Dan Adlešič's installation Syntrop at Osmo/za, 2018. Syntrop, an audio-visual installation by Dan Adlešič at Osmo/za, 2018. Ida Hiršenfelder at Osmo/za, Vector Hack Festival, 2018. Liminoid, new media installation by Matic Potočnik and Saša Spačal, Osmo/za, 2018. Soda 4060, workshop led by Staš Vrenko at Osmo/za, 2018. Staš Vrenko presenting concepts of non-linear feedback, logic circuits, circuit-bending and physical processing of sound at Osmo/za, 2018. Vector Hack Festival at Osmo/za, 2018. Talk, Vector Hack Festival at Osmo/za, 2018. Workshop, Vector Hack Festival at Osmo/za, 2018. Vector Hack Festival, the first international festival devoted to experimental analogue vector graphics at Osmo/za, 2018.