Light plays a central part in my artistic practice. In my work and projects, I purposely move between media and connect them to each other. I use drawing as a translation tool to give shape to my ideas.
“Drawing is a technique that connects all other techniques.”
After a longer period of experimentation, exploring light through projections and installations with camera obscura (from 2018 onwards), I present my new artistic production together with older work. With this selection of works, I relate to my past research, originated from drawing and its use in various media, while taking my current work and research from experimentation to implementation.
Currently, I am interested in creating installations in public spaces, both indoor and outdoor, with site-specific and space-conditioned content, projects concerning natural, cultural and industrial heritage and abandoned spaces in need of revitalization.
"Reconnect", Photograph of the roof opposite mystudio, for the project "Reconstruction of the projected image", Trzic, SLO, Photo credit Lea Jazbec, 2019
Word-shaped apertures, Photo credit Lea Jazbec, 2020
Cameraobscura, abandoned coal mine, Secovlje, SLO, Photo credit Lea Jazbec, 2019
Self-timer photography, through a camera obscura, abandoned coal mine, Secovlje, SLO, Photo credit Lea Jazbec, 2019
Sketch for the project "Behind the reflection", Photo credit Lea Jazbec, 2018
Mirror stand for the project "Behind the reflection", photo from the field, Photo credit Lea Jazbec, 2018
Drawing of light and reflection, for the project "Behind the reflection", Photo credit Lea Jazbec, 2018
Experimental landscape shot, for the project "Behind the reflection", Karst, SLO, Photo credit Lea Jazbec, 2018
"The Revival of the Summer Residence of Lojze Spacal", (1907-2000), on the 20th anniversary of Spacal's death, Co-production with Tanja Spacal, curated by Janita Kosir, Skrbina, Karst, SLO
Screening at “Balkan Can Kino Festival & Film Symposium”,
Solo exhibition, Pavilion NOB,