What is on the inside tells a different story the moment it becomes visible, a story from the reverse perspective. What is hidden from the eye and therefore doesn’t appeal can be given a new dimension once it is exposed to a different view. Olga Košica – jewellery designer, and Rok Marinšek – graphic designer, create jewellery collections
What is on the inside tells a different story the moment it becomes visible, a story from the reverse perspective. What is hidden from the eye and therefore doesn’t appeal can be given a new dimension once it is exposed to a different view.
Olga Košica – jewellery designer, and Rok Marinšek – graphic designer, create jewellery collections under the name olgafacesrok. Centre for urban culture Kino Šiška (Ljubljana) and Milk Gallery (Istanbul) will present a mixed show exhibition entitled Heart, which follows their past jewellery collection called Inside Out. In this particular exhibition the main subject is heart as the object of different emotional stories and characteristics.
Olga Košica earned a masters degree at the Royal College of Art, London, while Rok Marinšek completed visual communication studies at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design. Their work takes inspiration from contemporary art, sculpture, painting, street art motifs as well as the metropolis and nature. Their contemporary jewellery makes use of a variety of materials from acrylic glass to metal and ceramics – combining multiple materials and techniques. In their most recent jewellery project presented at the official Paris Fashion Week schedule in collaboration with the China based designer Masha Ma, they have explored new technologies, in particular 3D printing.
Performance by Katja Šulc feat. YAYOILOUISE
A singer/songwriter from Slovenia, moving between jazz, poetry set to music to urban beats. Hypnotic and soulful vocalist, delivering an impressive and mesmerizing performance …
Katja studied music in Slovenia and abroad and was accepted to New School – Jazz & Contemporary music program in 2005. She reached wider audience with her debut album “Mila” (Sanje, 2008), a project that set to music the poetry of Slovene poetess Mila Kačič, in jazzy-chanson flavor. This spring she released her second album “Twisted Delight” (Celinka, 2013), produced by DJ Pier (RootsInSession). Rooted in hypnotic rhythms of reggae and dubstep, the record can be described as musically diverse, drawing from a variety of styles, including soul, jazz and r’n’b, evoking sensual thoughts and taking the listener on a musical journey infused with twisted delight and deep calming rhythms.