Mojca Radkovič (b. 1995) is a philosopher and visual artist. She is currently studying Philosophy at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana and New Media as part of a double Master’s program at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. In 2019, she participated in a study exchange program at Universidade do Porto, and in 2022, she further expanded her theoretical and practical knowledge by attending Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and Venice International University. In 2019, she was awarded the young emerging artist award as part of the Izodraz project. In 2021, the Senate of the University of Ljubljana recognized her for her work in the field of extracurricular activities. In 2023, she spent two months on an artist residency at the Footnote Centre for Image & Text in Belgrade, Serbia and is currently on another residency at KC Grad & Gradska galerija in Belgrade, Serbia. She will start a masterclass at PHMuseum in October, as well as a literary residency in Nova Gorica, as part of the “Twenty Something” program of Nova Gorica 2025 - European Capital of Culture for the year 2023, on the theme “Visible and Invisible”. She has exhibited her works both in Slovenia and abroad.

 Mojca works across a range of mediums, including photography, video, and installation, employing the observation of nature and poetic narratives to explore themes such as coming-of- age, memory, desire and triviality.


Pusti stat / Press & Release

 As part of her residency at Footnote Centre for Image & Text (April-May 2023), Mojca Radkovič created the zine Pusti stat—an exploration of practices of self-archiving and transformation through the performative replacement of memory—and a photo series titled Press & Release that deals with similar topics, involving the overexposure of multiple photos and scans.

 Pusti stat and Press & Release were presented as part of the exhibition Vulkanizer at Ostavinska gallery (Belgrade, Serbia) on May 26-27, 2023.