Marko Peljhan

Wiretap 4.04: Marko Peljhan; photo: Jan Sprij

Marko Peljhan

Marko Peljhan (SL) is an artist.

Marko Peljhan studied theatre and radio directing at the University of Ljubljana. He is professor in interdisciplinary studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. In 1992, he founded Projekt Atol, and later the music production label rx:tx. In 1996, he co-founded Ljudmila - Ljubljana Digital Media Lab. He was coordinator of the tactical media art and technology projects Makrolab project (1997), which will be set up around the world up until 2007 as an art/science station, and the Insular Technologies project. Since 2005 he has been coordinating the design and utilisation projects, including the development of a polar orbit microsatellite, for the final Arctic and Antarctic Makrolab missions as part of the International Polar Year (2007/2008). Pelhjan is flight director of zero-g flights 1-3 with the Noordung group, and organiser of flight 1 with the GCTC with Kitsou Dubois.

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