Tereza Kozinc (1985) is a Slovenian photographer living finished her studies at the Institute and Academy for Multimedia in Ljubljana. The main focus she explores in her work is the question of her home, geographically as well as emotionally. Tereza’s life can be read within her photographic motives, her work stretches between diary and documentary photography, characterised by a minimalist reality that grows into surreality. Based on intuition and on her every day life, Kozinc’s series spread from the north of Japan to the south of her kitchen. She is a selfthought photographer, mostly using 35mm film.

In 2020 Tereza Kozinc is the winner of Fotofever prize with Dahinden, her work will be presented at Photo Days Paris 2021 at the NAG Gallery and in Kyoto, Japan. Currently she is exhibiting in Geneva at Galerie Analixforever and in Ljubljana at Photon Gallery.

About ‘Finding Stenli’ – words by Tereza Kozinc:

Stenli disappeared on 21. 7. 2017. We never found him or any remains. He became a metaphor for my utopic search of a home. The trees are an every evening changing home for the birds.  May it be from Saint Lazare to Belleville or from Ljubljana to Hokkaido. Every day moments mean even more. Stenli lives in my inner world as well as in a forrest, a river, the sky, at night and in all the elements that are us.  Also in the people we both considered as part of our pack.