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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday April 29 2004
01:00 AM

NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst) to open Dublin Passport Office

category dublin | arts and media | event notice author Friday April 23, 2004 15:57author by Noel Kelly - The Art Projects Networkauthor email press at artprojectsnetwork dot netauthor address The Art Projects Network, The Fire Station Artist Studios, Dublin 1author phone +353 86 2471114 Report this post to the editors

Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar – April 29th 2004

NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst) is the world’s first universal state. It is larger than the European Union, more powerful than NATO, more populous than the Vatican. NSK has established a territory without geographical, national or cultural borders.

NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst) is the world’s first universal state. It is larger than the European Union, more powerful than NATO, more populous than the Vatican. NSK has established a territory without geographical, national or cultural borders.

The NSK State is installed in a real social and political space as a sculpture comprising the body warmth, spirit and work of its members. NSK confers the status of a state not upon territory but upon the mind, whose borders are in a state of flux, in accordance with the movements and changes of its symbolic and physical collective body. The project comments on political developments in ex-Yugoslavia in a specific way, representing an alternative to the political fixations on territories, ethnic groups and borders that gained strength since the beginning of the 1990's.

On April 29th 2004 NSK will establish a passport office for the issue of NSK State Passports. As well as issuing NSK State Passports, the office will display and provide of information concerning NSK and the individual groups that constitute the NSK state.

This will take place in Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin 1.

The opening event will take place on April 29th 2004 @ 6pm

The Passport Office will remain open until May 3rd 2004

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