Anze Ermenc

Lecturer

Anze Ermenc

Lecturer

Email: a.ermenc@mmu.ac.uk

Anze Ermenc is an educator, stylist and creative director.

In his work he focuses on the unseen, unfashionable and unpopular, and the themes of his practice often reflect his mood and the current state around him. He is especially interested in fashion as a visual language, researching alternative ways to document creative development.

Anze completed his MA in Fashion Graphics (now Fashion Art Direction) in 2016, before joining BA (Hons) Fashion Art Direction as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and later Associate Lecturer. He started working on the course as a Lecturer in September 2017.

Projects and initiatives

Odd One Out/In

‘Odd One Out/In’ explores concepts of ‘Otherness’ and interpretations thereof, inviting artists from different disciplines to reflect on this idea and to present their perspective through visual language.

The various responses in differing media to aspects of ‘Otherness’ include examinations of identity, exclusion, belonging, health and well-being, gender, politics and Queer. The artworks seek to communicate these topics through both conceptual and empirical approaches.

Collaborative exhibition curated by the Other Grounds Collective.
17th Nov - 16th Dec 2017, PS Mirabel (Manchester)

The Other Self – A Textile Perspective on Exploring Identity and Belonging

The conceptual outset of the exhibition of textile portraits of Jan Bejšovec and Anže Ermenc is based on their differences of experience and interests. The artists are of different nationality and age. On top of that, they have never met each other. At the time when Jan Bejšovec, from Berlin, first arrived in Ljubljana, Anže Ermenc was leaving Ljubljana for Manchester. Despite numerous differences they are related by their mutual interest in contemporary textile arts, so they have both accepted the invitation of the Alkatraz Gallery and joined their efforts in a way we had not expected. Initially, the exhibition was conceived as a group exhibition of two artists who approach the idea of textile in their own, different way. However, the artists got connected and prepared their own concept in a mutual dialogue that was not only artistic, but actually also curatorial. So the exhibition is now somewhere between a group and a solo exhibition, for they have become a tandem - for this project – complementing each other in the way they carry out their joint authorial setting. The main motif of the exhibition is textile portraits with a twist.

29th Nov - 13th Dec 2016, Galerija Alkatraz (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Images

The Big Picture
Industrial Luxury
Borderless
1/3 The Big Picture
2/3 Industrial Luxury
3/3 Borderless

Research

Exhibitions

Ermenc, A., Crabtree, O., Lopez de la Olivia, N., 2017. Odd One Out/In, PS Mirabel, 17/11/2017 - 16/12/2017.

Ermenc, A., Bejsovec, J., 2016. The Other Self – A Textile Perspective on Exploring Identity and Belonging, Galeija Alkatraz, 29/11/2016 - 16/12/2016.

Ermenc, A., 2015. Bad Days, Centralna Postaja, 26/3/2015 - 2/4/2015.

Internet Publications

Korosec, A., 2018. 'New Edge Magazine XI Waste'.

Korosec, A., 2018. 'New Edge Magazine X Changes', http://newedgemagazine.com/index.php/new-edge-x/.

Korosec, A., 2017. 'New Edge Magazine #09', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/newedge_09.

Korosec, A., 2017. 'New Edge Magazine #08', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/newedge-_08.

Korosec, A., 2016. 'New Edge Magazine #07', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/newedge-_07.

Korosec, A., 2016. 'New Edge Magazine #06', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/newedge__06.

Korosec, A., 2015. 'New Edge Magazine #05', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/new_edge__05_autumn___winter.

Korosec, A., 2015. 'New Edge Magazine #04', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/newedge_04__summer.

Korosec, A., 2015. 'New Edge Magazine #03', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/newedge_03__spring2015.

Korosec, A., 2015. 'New Edge Magazine #02', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/new_edge__02___winter_2015.

Korosec, A., 2014. 'New Edge Magazine #01', https://issuu.com/newedgemagazine/docs/newedgemagazine_01.

Office Location

Room 214
Benzie Building