In April, the DobraVaga gallery will feature illustration student Te Sera. She is interested in the sensibility of perception; starting with the subtle sensations we experience as human beings, she translates them into an artistic visual expression. The need that drives the design and impression on the sheet is the desire for retaining sensation and the challenge of expressing something immaterial via a material medium.
Te Sera grew up in the artistic environment of Trieste, Italy and immediately expressed a great interest in music, dance and drawing. In 2013, she started studying Illustration at the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts and Design. There she developed an interest in alternative public spaces and forms of social organisation, which led her to explore spatial environments and public spaces through visual and dance interventions. Using her primary inspiration, the embodied nature of perception and how movement influences it she creates works that include archetypes of the unconscious and abstract forms with a touch of aesthetics.
Organisation: Kino Šiška.