In this atmosphere of humanitarian and artistic emergency, the industrial punk band Laibach and the artists of NSK ("Neue Slowenische Kunst", New Slovenian Art) traveled across burning ex-Yugoslavia to Sarajevo to proclaim the city as a territory of the NSK State in Time. They performed two shows, brought art exhibitions and gave away passports that helped the locals to get through the blockade imposed on the city.
Lecture delivered at the NSK State Pavilion on May 20th 2017.
Last Week Tonight host John Oliver analyses the recent announcement of Laibach’s North Korea concerts.
D’Art Documentaries is inviting us to the opening of the Fine Art of Mirroring feature documentary held at KIC, Preradovićeva Street 5, Zagreb, on 18 February at 19.00 hours.
In 1987, seven years after the death of Tito, one of the greatest affairs in the history of that state broke out when New Collectivism studio won the competition for the celebration of the Youth Day - the birth anniversary of the dead president. Soon afterwards it was discovered that the Youth Day poster was based on a poster used in Nazi propaganda. The Youth Day celebration was never held again and the Yugoslav state broke up soon afterwards.
NSK State News for March 2012 with updates on upcoming events in Iceland and England, as well as retrospective coverage of the NSK Passport Office held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City last month.
News update on happenings in 2012 as well as a retrospective on the State of Emergence book tour and the first NSK Folk Art exhibition in Slovenia.
News update on happenings in October 2011 as well as a retrospective on the First NSK Citizen's Congress.