27. 3. 2018 | Splitted space. Lecture by Tomo Stanič

Tuesday at 6 pm.

The poor Mona Lisa is gone because no matter how wonderful her smile may be, it’s been looked at so much that the smile has disappeared. I believe that when a million people look at a painting, they change the thing by looking alone. Physically. (M. Duchamp)


Tomo Stanič (1982) graduated at the Faculty of Architecture in 2010 and completed the MA program of sculpture at the Academy of fine arts and design in 2014. He earned his PhD in Theoretical Psychoanalysis at the Faculty of Arts under the mentorship of professor Mladen Dolar in 2017. He is the author of the book Arhitekturni gledalec (The Architectural Spectator), published by Studia Humanitatis. He published articles on contemporary art in magazines such as Šum, Problemi and Praznine and lectured on related topics in Museum of architecture and design (MAO), Gallery of Modern Art and Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (MG+MSUM). He has shown his works at solo and group exhibition in Slovenia and internationally.


Lecture is part of the accompanying program of the exhibition Institution. A Case Study.