ghostly matters

about the collaborators

neja tomšič (1982) is a visual artist, poet, and writer whose interdisciplinary practice merges drawing, photography, poetry and performance. her project “tea for five: opium clippers”, has toured 11 countries and was performed more than 55 times. she is a member the nonument group, an art collective that maps, archives and intervenes in forgotten, abandoned or demolished 20th century monuments, public spaces and buildings, that have undergone a change in meaning. neja also works as a curator and producer and is a co-founder of mota (museum of transitory art), a ljubljana-based research and production platform devoted to transitory art. she lives and works in ljubljana, slovenia.

alice wilson (1982) is a london based artist who works in a variety of mediums, she teaches at university of the arts london and has a practice that has developed through an engagement with participatory processes and negotiations of site. she uses residencies as a way to gain distance and make space for the unknown in her work, with a significant opportunity being realised through funding from the british council to make and exhibit work in aarhus, denmark during 2018.

ima talks | ghostly matters with alice and neja

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