Four years ago, a transnational group of NSK State citizens, artists and allies gathered in the far West of Ireland for the 2nd NSK State Folk Art Biennale. Here we present a selection of photos from this memorable event.
New Collectivism designed a poster about the current coronavirus pandemic. The poster was virtually distributed in many cities around the world, including Berlin, Beijing, London, Paris, New York, Ljubljana and Moscow.
After successful events in Leipzig, Germany and Ireland, the tradition of the NSK State Folk Art Biennale continued with the exhibition "Retropolis Trbovlje" where citizens of the NSK State brought their own contributions to this artistic movement.
The NSK State-in-Time Pavilion, alongside an event that is defined by cultural ambitions, provides the unique opportunity to rethink what a contemporary state should be. In particular, NSK State-in-Time offers an open form of citizenship that contrasts markedly with the spatial states.
Premier of "The Sound of Music" at the 35 Years of Laibach concert in Trbovlje, Slovenia.
The opening of the exhibition NSK FROM KAPITAL TO CAPITAL took place on Monday, 11 May 2015 at the Moderna galerija in Ljubljana.
On Saturday evening there was a tense, dramatic, fascinating and finally celebratory closing ceremony at which the delegates’ conclusions were announced.
The first NSK Passport Office was opened in Athens on 14 June 2009 on the occasion of the opening events of “Heaven”, the 2nd Biennale of Athens that tool place in the cost of Faliro.
Peter Mlakar came to Athens, invited by NSKSTATE.COM, for a special ceremony on the rock of Acropolis. The Department of Pure and Practical Philosophy, chose the same place were St. Paul spoke to the People of Athens about the “Unknown God” for the first time, two thousand years ago, to give a speech about the universal God, the “corner stone” of “the most radical directions in the philosophy of religion or in the theology itself”.
In May 2004, during Ireland's Presidency of the European Union, celebrations took place in Dublin city to welcome the 10 countries who joined the European Union under the program of enlargement. During these celebrations, and through the initiative of Helena Drnovsek-Zorko (Slovenian Ambassador to Ireland), the Neue Slowenische Kunst undertook a series of events around the capital city.