FM exhibition and sound works:
Brane Zorman /Maja Smrekar Wolf Howling
Andrej Hrvatin No Wolf, just wind and Void!
Emiliano Zelada The Solemn Geographies of Our Limits
Brane Zorman It’s in My Nature
Žan Kuralt, Wolf.si lecture
Daniel Petkovič Who is (not) afraid of the wolf, workshop for children (5–11 years)
Arhivox, pevski zbor arhitektov slovenije, komorni zbor KROG and public / sound-choir event
Join us and experience the powerful force of creative imagination in which the real and imaginary assumptions as regards the nature of wolfs, their closeness to mankind, the morphology of nature and the world are viewed through the artistic and expert perspective.
Wolf howling is one of the most suggestive and powerful sounds in nature. A frightening and beautiful sound of a distant nocturnal landscape. When howling, wolves acoustically mark their environment and connect with their pack members. They holler during clear, calm nights, preferably during the period of twilight or at the onset of the night. Are the conditions for sound transmission better at twilight?
As certain spaces and times have become oversaturated due to urbanisation and the population explosion, certain (animal) species have began withdrawing to unpopulated landscapes and unoccupied times – into the night. We understand these withdrawals as a search for solutions that could lead to a ‘better quality of life’, an existence that would be better than the one offered to us by the oversaturated space-time. Is this an expression of silent resistance or a coerced adjustment, segregation, and doubling of work productivity? Can radio become the connective tissue of lonely/separated individuals, bring them closer together and make them stronger?
Organisation and concept: Jasmina Založnik, Irena Pivka
Partner: Tivoli Greenhouse, Botanical Garden, University of Ljubljana