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EUROVISION LAB. SLOVENIA
CHAPTER 2: EMEE OUTCOMES
CHAPTER 5 CHAPTER 4 CHAPTER 3 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 1
EUROVISION LAB. OF THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, LJUBLJANA
In July 2015, the National Museum of Contemporary History in Ljubljana presented the very  rst EuroVision Lab. and thus rang in a new phase of applying those ideas that were developed in the Toolkits and Exemplary COP-units to a practical context. In doing so, the Slovenian Lab. cre- ated the foundation for numerous elements that later on became part of other partners’ Lab. exhibitions: The so-called ‘Eu robarometer’ encour- aged visitors to discuss the European meaning of the objects on display. Moreover, the Slovenian project partner exhibited a series of pictures (including captions) that showed curators, partners of the EMEE pro- ject and visitors with their favorite objects, each of which could be re- interpreted from a European/transregional perspective. Similarly, visitors had for the  rst time the chance to see the EMEE Young Scenographers Contest as part of a EuroVision Lab.
Although these three elements played a crucial role in the EuroVi- sion Lab.s and had a major in uence on the work of other project part- ners, there were other core elements of the Slovenian Lab., too. For example, there was an exhibition called Time Capsule, which was also organized by the National Museum of Contemporary History. With their exhibition design resembling the interiors of a living room of the 20th century, the museum implemented its notion of an experimental and participatory presentation within a museum setting. Prior to the exhibition opening it had been observed that young adults only make up a very small
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