Irena Gubanc – Prokrijumčarena sol / Smuggled Salt

Smuggling Salt

Irena Gubanc – Prokrijumcarena sol, 2014.

Photo by: Lilijana Strmsek

Na izložbi (Pre)thitapljene antologije u Idriji, uz umjetnike koji su sudjelovali i na izložbi Antologije krijumčarenja u Rijeci, izlažu i Irena Gubanc i Jan Lemitz.

Instalacijom Prokrijumčarena sol Irena Gubanc želi otkriti, ali i sakriti sliku epske priče o slovenskom junaku – krijumčaru Martinu Krpanu iz Notranjske koji se bavio krijumčarenjem engleske soli. Nakon što je pobijedio protivnika Brdavsa i time spasio carstvo, Martin je od cara dobio dozvolu za legalni prijevoz soli.

Irena Gubanc, rođena u Ljubljani 1972. godine, diplomirala je na odsjeku vizualnih komunikacija na Akademiji likovnih umjetnosti u Ljubljani. Iskustva dobivena u dizajnu utječu na njezin ilustratorski stil kojim dominira kompjuterska ilustracija. Dobitnica je više nagrada i proznanja te sa svojim radovima sudjeluje na slovenskim i međunarodnim dizajnerskim festivalima.

www.irenagubanc.com

Installation “Smuggled Salt” wishes to reveal and hide a picture of epic story about Slovene smuggler hero – Martin Krpan from Inner Carniola, who made a living by illegally transporting English salt.
After he had defeated the invincible adversary named Brdavs and with that saved the empire, Martin received a special permit from the Emperor to legally transport salt.

Irena Gubanc was born in 1972 in Ljubljana. She graduated in 2001 at the Academy of Fine Arts, department of visual communication. The experience gained in the design reflexes in her illustrations, mostly as computer vector illustration, which characterized her style today. She has participated in many Slovenian and international design and illustration biennales and festivals, for which she had received many awards.

 www.irenagubanc.com


eulogo   “With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union”

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