JOURNAL FOR CONTEMPORARY ART CRITICISM AND THEORY
ISSUE #21 · DECEMBER 2023
ARIA, Algo-Rhythmic Ideation Assembly
Društvo Galerija Boks
Marije Hvaličeve 14, 1000 Ljubljana
Daniel Hüttler and shoggoth11
Omsk Social Club
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PUBLISHED WITH THE SUPPORT OF
Zavod Projekt Atol
Igor Zabel Association for Culture and Theory
Ljudmila Art and Science Laboratory
City of Ljubljana – Department for Culture.
Co-funded by the European Union as part of the Creative Europe framework. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or EACEA. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.
This thematic issue of Šum is published in dialogue with the pilot edition of ARIA (Algo-Rhythmic Ideation Assembly). ARIA is a summer school designed as a role-playing game that takes place through the lens of a fiction-theory narrative to explore ways of imagining new possibilities for what our world can be in the time of changing planetary ecology. ARIA is developed by Tjaša Pogačar and Brandon Rosenbluth, produced by Zavod Projekt Atol in collaboration with Šum and organised in the framework of the More-than-Planet project.
More about ARIA on https://projekt-atol.si/en/workshop/aria-2023/
Warm thanks to all the fellow players and mentors who helped shape the story of ARIA in 2023:
Blue Berrymore FKA Myrrh, Klara Debeljak, Marijn Degenaar, Judith Förster, Sara Fumaça, Jette Loona Hermanis, Daniel Hüttler, Michal Jurgielewicz, Lívia Nolasco-Rózsás, Tjaša Pogačar, Brandon Rosenbluth, Dunia Sahir, Aleksandra Vajd, Maks Valenčič, Xerox, Bea Xu, Günseli Yalcinkaya
Florin Flueras, Michael Marder, Omsk Social Club, Protektorama toxica, JP Raether, Simon Speiser, Subash Thebe Limbu, Špela Petrič, Jelena Viskovic, Lea Vene & Lovro Japundžić, Gediminas Žygus