Neža Agnes Momirski is a Slovenian born artist living in Rotterdam, NL. After graduating from Willem de Kooning Academie in Rotterdam with a BA in Fine Art in 2012, she continued her study at a post-graduate level at Royal College of Art, Sculpture department, graduating in 2014.
My work and research focuses on juxtaposition of material and virtual realms and the effect of their coexistence on cognition. Computer interfaces, glass surfaces and screens is where the physical extends into the virtual, where experience is abstracted and shaped by fashion, design and technology aesthetics.
In response, her films, installation and sculptures describe environments and futuristic dystopias through which I explore the pshychology of spectatorship, mirroring, connectivity and online behavior in relation to body and identity.
Her solo shows include OBVSNSS, UAUU Gallery (Ljubljana, 2015), 5 years pupil/master project, Museum de Pont (Tilburg, 2013), Process of a repetitive thought, SingerSweatShop Gallery (Rotterdam, 2011). Recent group shows include CKOM, Ram foundation gallery (Rotterdam, 2014), SHOWcabinet Maison Martin Margiela, SHOWstudio Gallery (London, 2013), Inf. Ins., Leeszaal Rotterdam West (2013), Inside the house, Kunstpodium T Gallery (Tilburg, 2012), and others in Kunstinzight Rotterdam, Goethe-Institut Rotterdam, Picture This (Bristol), Tent Rotterdam. During her study she was a recipient of a grant by Ministry of Culture in Slovenia, and a grant by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds in the Netherlands.