Presentation 23.03.23, 19:30 Salon Entry: Free


Šum journal and "Models of Extinction" (in english)

Šum - a journal and platform for contemporary art and theory-fiction was established in 2013 in Ljubljana by a group of artists and theorists. Three members of Šum's current team will talk about the motivations behind this project, the specific focus it developed in the last couple of years and the ways it operates within the contemporary art field. Last but not least, they will present the newest issue of Šum titled Models of Extinction. Free copies of the publication will be available at the event.

Tjaša Pogačar is Šum's editor-in-chief and an independent curator of contemporary art. She works with Projekt Atol Institute since 2020, has curated 34th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts, Zone1 at viennacontemporary in 2022 and is collaborating as a curator with Kunsthalle Bratislava this year.
Tjaša is currently an Artist in Residence at st. A.i.R (Styria-Artist-in-Residence) funded by the Kutur Stadt Steiermark.

More about st.A.i.R here:

More about Tjaša here and her Instagram: here

Andrej Škufca is a visual artist and a co-founder and editor of Šum. He has shown his sculptural installations in Museum of Contemporary Art in Ljubljana, MAXXI in Rome, Ludwig Museum Budapest and Nitja Center for Contemporary Art in Oslo among others.

Andrej's Instagram: here

Maks Valenčič is finishing his master thesis on universal computationalism and (radical) media archaeology. He is an editor of Šum, researcher at The New Centre for Research & Practice, and a blogger at

Šum journal and "Models of Extinction" (in english)