Jasna Hribernik


Jasna Hribernik (Maribor, 1959) lives in Ljubljana and works as a freelance film director and creator of art video, video installations and intermedia projects. After graduating from AGRFT, where she majored in Film and Television Directing, she began to work in the field of art video, exploring the expressive possibilities of the video image and the placement of video and light in architectural space. She has been working in the field of documentary filmmaking. From 2000 to 2002, she attended the Documentary Master School in Munich. Several of her original documentaries have been screened and awarded internationally (The Bells of Chernobyl, The Last Boat, Concerto for Mobile Phones and Orchestra, The World Didn’t Know It Landed in a Song, Vitanje in Space: Sunita, Infinite Beginning, Symphony of Sorrowfull Songs, Next Station Kiosk). She has shown her videos and Videospaces at home and abroad (Ars Electronica Linz, Tokyo Art Video Festival, Venice Biennale of Fine Arts: Staircase, Ballabende, NewMoscowYork, Lifestream, Revealed, Night Flight, Albedo, (Post)production, Tense Present, Communication Echolocation). Her feature film Vandima is in post-production. Her work critically responds to the changing world and person’s position in it. Since 2012, she has been an associate professor at the Academy of Arts, University of Nova Gorica, where she teaches Space and Time in Moving Images.


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