In June, the DobraVaga exhibition space will feature young painter Tina Konec. In her India ink and pencil artwork, where the meditative process itself is also of great importance, the artist explores the relationships between fullness and emptiness, and between the positive and the negative. Stringing together and repeating natural shapes is the search for a sort of morphological universality that allows for free interpretation and associations by the viewer.
Tina Konec (1992) graduated in Painting from the Academy of Fine Art and Design at the University of Ljubljana in 2015, under the mentorship of Professor Zmago Lenárdič. She is finishing her post-graduate studies in Painting at the same institution, under Tugo Šušnik. Her drawings touch on the issue of the relationship between fullness and emptiness, and on drawing sequences, as she creates her artwork in series. She also places a great emphasis on technical execution, as she always try to achieve a larger, never before seen effect and innovation through simple means, as well as on the meditative process in which her artwork is created. In recent years, she has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions – most recently, her exhibition Drawings was featured at Layer House in Kranj.
Organisation: Kino Šiška.