Lithopuncture Zagreb

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Title

Lithopuncture Zagreb

Description

In October 2004, Marko Pogačnik created a series of urban sculptures in Zagreb as part of the "Urban Intervention" project. They were part of a cycle that the Slovenian artist had been developing since the 1980s, entitled Lithopuncture.  He saw this as a kind of acupuncture applied directly to the Earth's surface at certain "energy points", rather like acupuncture practised on the human body in relation to the chakras. Four years later the works were partially removed.
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Creator

Pogačnik, Marko

Date

2004

Contributor

Zinelli, Anna

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Rights Holder

Marko Pogačnik
MoRE museum

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Citation

Pogačnik, Marko , “Lithopuncture Zagreb,” MoRE, accessed June 16, 2019, http://www.moremuseum.org/omeka/items/show/135.

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