In her work, Urška Alič focuses on the possibilities and limitations of photography as a medium for recording light. In doing so, she explores the relations between light and shadows, overlaps, transparency, the physicality of the analogue medium, the selection of detail, content and compositions, transferring and continuing the above-mentioned principles with illustration and graphic printing, particularly risograph printing. In the images, she seeks the complementarity of light-dark relations and the distinct rhythm of the composition of captured motifs.
Urška Alič received her MA in Graphic and Interactive Communication from the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, and works in the field of graphic design and risograph and silkscreen printing. In between projects and clients, she tries to create art, exploring her own expression through limited editions of printed materials. She is an avid amateur photographer, and a member of the Riso Paradiso collective alongside Zoran Pungerčar, Mina Fina, Jure Šajn and Nejc Korenič.
Organisation: Kino Šiška.