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Significantly Local


220 x 310 mm
252 pages
Soft spine
(booklet with Slovenian translations is included)

In the first issue of the ETC. Magazine we are concerned with all things locally significant. We are interested in artistic practices that pay attention to the local environment as a point of departure of artistic expression. Practices that look into the local as opposed to the global while remaining open to the possibility that such an opposition might no longer be relevant or could even be impossible. How can we still remain locally specific and what else do we speak about when we speak about our immediate environment and its specifics? Is the local present in tradition and reviving or rethinking of forgotten practices, habits and customs? How can local environment define an individual, define one's identity and what may be the fate of this identity in a foreign land? How to talk about the local in the digital era? Even when it comes to isolated cells formed by the social media we can talk about specific localities and domestication of the internet. And why after all that must we be concerned whether or not we are eating locally produced food?


Rufina Bazlova, Réka Bohus, Janja Kosi, Emil Kozole, Gašper Kunšič, Kvadratni Meter, Lene Lekše, Ramin Mazur, Teja Miholič, Michaela Nagyidaiova, Nik Erik Neubauer, Nonument Group, Mila Panić, Weronika Perlowska, Jozef Pilat, Lucija Rosc, Lana Stojićević, Tytus Szabelski, Y?


Maja Bojanić, Ajda Bračič, Hana Čeferin, Aljaž Glaser, Sonja Jankov, Jasna Jernejšek, Ajda Ana Kocutar, Teja Kosi, Robert Kuret, Maximilian Lehner, Johanna Maierski, Lara Mejač, Danilo Milovanović, Domen Ograjenšek, Tommaso Parrillo, Iza Pevec, Nicolas Polli, Apolonija Šušteršič, Grega Ulen, Zala Velkavrh

Etc. is an annual magazine, dedicated to showcasing current artistic production from the Baltic to the Balkans.
Based in Ljubljana, Slovenia, each issue is dedicated to a relevant topic in art and life. Founded to promote emerging artists, its goal is to initiate a dialogue, inspire collaborations, and challenge set views.