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the capital of Slovenia

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7) For the period 1980 to 1990, we selected the SKUC, the NSK with Laibach and the New Collectivism Studio, and the ASYS poster campaigns.
El artista noruego Morten Traavik, quien llevo al grupo eslovenio Laibach un concierto historico por la capital de Corea del Norte, explica:
Even the band's name is provocative: Laibach is the German name for Ljubljana first used under the Austro-Hungarian empire and during the Nazi occupation in World War II.
Prior to joining DEG, Christiane Laibach was a member of the Management Board of KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH, in charge of Risk and Finance.
El Manifiesto NSK Laibach Kunst se redacto como reaccion contra los movimientos alternativos en Eslovenia y, en particular, en contra de la creencia de que la disidencia podria operar como un espacio personal en que el disidente piensa que puede estar libre de los aparatos del Estado y del partido.
7 Laibach, Kunst der Fuge (Bush Hall, London) The sensibility of Slovenian art/music group Laibach (combining covers of pop songs by the likes of Queen with industrial and militaristic signifiers) has been characterized by Slavoj Zizek as one of provocative "overidentification" with the "obscene superego" of the state.
It doesn't claim any actual territory, but I saw Laibach play a few years back, and it's possible I accidentally entered the state in the course of the concert.
Like the first volume in this series, Interrogating the Real, Zizek covers a range of topics with a unique understanding of radicalism and a distinct take on "third way" politics, with commentary on the absence of the "second way" in remarks on Haider and Heiner Muller, socialism as it truly exists within Kukacs and Kolkhoz and perhaps, but perhaps not in opposition to Laibach, and capitalism at it exists in facets of Bill Gates.
The possibility that the compost end product could be reused in the composting process or other highway purposes looked promising," says Terry Laibach, solid waste environmental program specialist with DEC Region 3, "which absolutely puts this process in line with New York State's solid waste management hierarchy of 'Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.
1591-1622/3), who began his career with studies at the Protestant Gymnasium Poeticum in Regensburg in the first decade of the seventeenth century and eventually moved south and east, first to Klagenfurt in Carinthia by 1614 and eventually to Carniola, from whose capital of Laibach (Ljubljana) he signed the dedication of his Musicalische Tafelfreudt in 1621 (published for the composer by Wagenmann in Nuremburg; modern edition by Metoda Kokole as vol.
1963) another fiction writer, moves from fairy tale to excruciating and oppressive detail in Intolerance (1987), and at times finds common ground with "the retroavantgarde Neue Slowenische Kunst movement, which includes the music group Laibach and the art group Irwin" (Mosaic, 74; see also Veiled).
As he euphorically remarked at the Congress of Laibach in 1821, "Is there anything in the world which today can take the place of ink, pens, a conference table with its green cover, and a few greater or smaller bunglers?
April 11, 1806, Laibach, Carniola, Austrian Empire [now Ljubljana, Slovenia]--d.