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Syndicate: Presentation of the Interpol book in Ljubljana

Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 12:17:34 +0200
From: Miran Mohar <>
Organization: irwin
Subject: Presentation of the Interpol book in Ljubljana

IRWIN, Moscow Art Magazin ter urednika vas vabijo na prestavitev nove
knjige IRWIN, Moscow Art Magazin and editors would like to invite you to
the presentation of the new book

The Art Exhibition Which Divided East and West

Uredila / Edited  by
Eda Cufer & Viktor Misiano

Predstavitev bo v soboto 24. junija ob 18.00 v klubu Egoeast, Metelkova 0,
Ljubljana (biv?a vratarnica voja?nice)
The presentation will take place on Saturday June 24 at 18.00 in the club
Egoeast, Metelkova 0, Ljubljana (very close to the exhibition place of the
Arteast 2000+ collection)

Today, Interpol is known mostly as the project where Alexander Brener
destroyed the work of art of Wenda Gu and where Oleg Kulik performed a dog.
And according to his role bit the spectators at the opening and, of course,
ended at the police station. Apart from this, Interpol is also famous for
an open letter, a document of protest, that some participants of the
project, the so-called ?Western side,? wrote against the attitude of the
members of the so-called Eastern side, and sent it to the world?s art
community. So in the art world Interpol is probably also known as the
paradigmatic East-West issue project. How boring! The paradox, however, is
that when we, who created this project and participated at it, finally
leaving aside what came out of it, try to reconstruct the narrative of what
happened, inevitably have to conclude that our stories are different, that
our memory is unreliable, that there is no simple solution to the problem.
This book is a collection of essays initiated by the Interpol project.

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