Domen Ograjenšek holds a degree in Philosophy at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana and works in the field of contemporary art as a writer, art-critic, researcher and a curator. He is a former editor at ŠUM journal and its research collective and former member of the editorial office for culture and humanistic sciences at Radio Student, where he worked as an editor of Art-area – a one-hour radio show on contemporary art. In his research, he focuses on both the classic German and the modern French philosophy, searching for their dis/continuities as well as their meaning for the epistemology of contemporary artistic practices. Currently, he is a PhD student at Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.
- VIDEO: Launch ŠUM#8, lecture “Art and Its Role in Inter-species Confrontations”
- ŠUM#8 launch
- The ŠUM Study Seminar: Birth as Criterion
- AESTHETISATION OF MORAL VALUATION: — recap and further continuation of the analysis of two cases
- Pedagogical impossibilities – rethinking the curatorial approach of the 31st Biennial of Graphic Arts