Radivoj Mulič

 
Radivoj Mulič

Sculptor Radivoj Mulič was born 27 June, 1968 in Postojna, Slovenia. After graduating from the vocation high school in Nova Gorica, Radivoj Mulič continued his education at the Ljubljana Academy of Fine Arts from which he graduated in 1988 under the mentorship of Matjaž Počivavšek and Marko Uršič. In 1998, the artist organised his first solo exhibition, which was held outdoors, near Komen. Two years earlier he started to exhibit his work at group exhibitions in Tolmin and has since further exhibited his works at eight such exhibitions, the last one being held in the Celje Art Salon. Since 1995, Radivoj Mulič has attended art camps organised in Lesce, Volčji Potok, the Metelkova center in Ljubljana, Ston (Croatia), Kisovec, Kikinda (Serbia), Plav (Montenegro), and the Esprima 2005 camp in Štanjel. He organises art workshops and works on various art projects and competitions.
The artist lives and works in Komen.

Sculptor Radivoj Mulič expresses himself in both the language of classical sculpture and virtual concept; in the classical approach, he speaks out in the language of materials, volumes, surfaces, and space, in which the haptic and the light are of crucial importance. Within the virtual concept, the artist’s view is linked to broader existential issues, and his sculpturing is directed towards conceptuality in which he explores a broader framework of factual space and time, as well as that of historical and social reality.

 

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