Dušan Dovč (1973)
Born 1973, student of the final year of Slovene Language and Comparative
Literature student at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. Since 1997 he has
been cooperating with art's magazine Emzin.
Jasna Jakšić (1976)
Born 1976 in Slavonski Brod, Croatia. After finishing her primary and secondary
school in Zagreb she graduates from the Faculty of Arts - art history and
italian languge writing her diploma, 'The Theory of Visual Poetry in Italian
Neoavantgard' with her mentor prof. Mladen Machiedi. In 1995/96 she attends
the Universita per stranieri in Perugia.
Jani Pirnat (1974)
Being student of the final year of Art History at the Faculty of Arts in
Ljubljana, he specialized as tehnical assistant installing exibitions and
scenographies: Modern Gallery Ljubljana; U3 (2000), Ulf Rollof (Fir Tree
Project, 1995), Gustav Gnamuš (2000), Fran Kraševec (1995). Scenes: Summer
Festival Križanke Ljubljana (Tango d,Amor, 2001). Occasionaly he works as
a guide in galleries and museums (Leonardo da Vinci, 2000, Andy Warhol,
During the course for curators, organized by SCCA Ljubljana and on request
of Tadej Pogačar he carried out the photography exibition Tansparent Miths
of Viktor Rebernak in Galery P74, Ljubljana 2001.
Registrated as unemployed.
Anton Starc (1972)
Graduated from the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana, comperative literature
and history of art. Between 1999 and 2001 he was working in National Museum
pedagogical curatorial department. At the moment he is teaching art history
at the grammar school in Črnomelj and working as curator in Belokranjski
Maša Tomadini (1970)
Graduated from the Faculty of Arts, art history in Videm, Italy. Between
1993 - 1996 she took part in several projects of foreign film association
Kinoatelje, Gorica. Since 1999 she has been creating her alternative image
Jadranka Veljič (1957)
After her studies of english and french literature at the Faculty of Arts
in Ljubljana she teaches English at primary school in Ljubljana. Employed
as a stewardess with Adria Airways, national airline of Slovenia and studying
the history of art at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana.
Jaka Železnikar (1971)
At the Faculty of Arts at Ljubljana University he is finishing his studies
of general linguistics and south slavic languages. He was involved in a
scientific project FIDA and was the first editor of online edition of Mladina (one of the major slovene independent political and life style magazine).
He regularly writes for Mladina on net art and other topics of contemporary
As the author he is active mostly as net artist. He regularly participates
on international festivals and exhibitions of contemporary art. The venues
include Moderna galerija (Museum of Modern Art), Ljubljana and Institute
of Contemporary Arts - ICA, London.
For last few years he is selector for net art at international art festival Break21.