Jamina Cibic, Nada Act II (1403), 2016. Courtesy of the artist.
Working between London and Ljubljana, Jasmina Cibic is among a new generation of Slovenian artists whose practice, although acutely conscious of a specific national political, cultural, and artistic lineage, creates a very distinctive language of its own. Cibic’s films, sculptures, and performances focus on the mechanisms that assist in the creation of (trans)national myths. Esker Foundation is pleased to present several works of Cibic’s, including Tear Down and Rebuild (2015) and The Land In Which a Wide Space For National Progress Is Ensured (2015).