Hi. I am Petja, a visual arts curator and my son, Vanja is 6. I will not tell you the age of my partner Janez, but he also occasionally shares the flat. When I travel the whole app. is available. Its 10 minutes on foot from the main city squares and 6 minutes on footfrom the main station.
You'll certainly feel at home here as it is a home of a mother and a son who are all into art. Hence the books, CD's, paintings and other stuff to enjoy.
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Come with a car, park in front and use the elevator. There is 6 steps you have to walk to get to the door.
Come to Ljubljana with a bus or train and walk for 7 minutes towards Bežigrad down the long street and here you are at the third crossroads. Elevator is there and the six steps too.
Take a GoOpti or taxi or a bus from the airport and come to the address.
Atención a los huéspedes
If we are traveling and renting out the apartment, maybe you won't meet us at all. But we'll take care of your needs nonetheless from a far and with a little help of our friends or parents who live near by.
Otros aspectos destacables
You'll be sharing your time with a parrot in a cage. You'll have to give her water every second day, but otherwise you can completely ignore her or not if you'll get to like her :-). She has never spoken a word so there's no use in trying ... but than again ... who knows, maybe you are a better teacher
Everything quiets down after 9 a.m. Cook whatever and for however long you feel like and smoke inside, but no parties please.
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I was born in 1976 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Yugoslavia is written in my birth certificate, and with that, you can easier grasp the context of my life being socially formed in the transition from socialism to capitalism. This for me is sometimes still hard to grasp and it is a crucial transition, especially with noticing the social tissue of society changing around me, affecting relationships, ways of thinking, living, behaving, talking, affecting my life.
I earn my living as a curator, writer and lecturer on contemporary art. My work is really important to me.
I live in Ljubljana with my son Vanja who is 4 and a half.
The turtles Marx and Ludwig are residing with us. In 2013 the parrot Rosi joined the family.
There are different priorities since 2011, as family is first now. Only later on the list there are work and enjoyment. But they are both still here. Vanja is just great. With a son now I am a part of a family struggling to make it. I worked in a public service institution as a curator in 2013 but in May it is back to freelance. I would want to believe I am independent, but the independence is not a thing related to working freelance as I have learned.
The financial, social and ethical crisis in Slovenia seems ongoing since 2012 and it seems we are sinking deeper and deeper into corrupted neoliberalism and poverty. My experience thought me that exhibitions are not a thing that is present on most of the peoples priorities lists today. But I do think that my profession is relevant and important and I feel I do it well.
I still manage to enjoy the good things in life ... Vanja, chocolate, contemporary art, new movies, old movies, contemporary art, flea markets, travelling, good magazines, music, friends, Lavazza, computers, old fashioned food like our mothers made, pot, books, books and some more books, our turtles Marx and Ludwig, truthfulness, did I mention contemporary art, laziness, life, smoking cigarettes and more books, my gardening and crafting, design...
4,5 years and the world at his feet to discover - that's my son! I feel some envy when I see him run around, still everything new and fresh. I feel as my work gives the same feeling when it's good.