In the year 5476, Earth has transformed. Humans are gone, replaced by new life forms. Our project showcases the remnants of human existence without their physical presence. Using mycelium-infused books, we symbolize human culture’s lasting impact. Projected photos reveal nature reclaiming structures, evoking awe and reflection. Plants and fungi now thrive, revitalizing humanity’s remnants. We celebrate evolution’s beauty, transcending time and space. Nature’s triumph bids farewell to humanity, embracing a hopeful future.
Mentors: Robertina Šebjanič (SI), Rene Rusjan (SI)
University of Nova Gorica School of Arts (SI)
Anastasija Kojic has bachelor of arts degree in applied arts, specializing in photography. She is currently a student pursuing a master of arts at UNG School of Arts. She ventures with MA into the realm of contemporary art, specifically installations. Over the past few years, her work has revolved around activism and feminism, aiming to challenge societal norms and spark meaningful discussions.
Ana Logar got her first degree in media production and now is a student pursuing a bachelor of arts at UNG School of Arts. She develops her cinematography skills as well as reconnects with her roots in other art forms.