Lealudvik is an artistic duo consisting of Lea and Matjaž. Located in Ljubljana / SI. Active in fields of visual art, graphic design and zine production. 
mail: lealudvik@gmail.com, instagram:@lealudvik
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As It Is, So Be It

    Four Eyed Monster II v2   
    Fish Love

In the waters on Leviathan

Four Eyed Monster

I Would Go Poof! 

In Two

Safe haven

    Safe Haven 
    Duality Insanity

    Sexually Significant
    Her Gaze / His Gaze
    Scorpio Dyptich





Graphics and Riso prints


Tinta - festival stripa 2023

Platforma festival 2023

CoFestival 2022

Tinta - festival stripa 2022

Platforma festival 2022

CoFestival 2021

Platforma festival 2021

Sonica festival 2020

Platforma festival 2020

Sonica festival 2019

Sonica festival 2018


  © 2022 Lealudvik


Central Room from exhibition Lealudvik: As it is, so be it at Škuc Gallery 23. 1.-20.2. 2020.
Curator: Tia Čiček 
They place the gesture of appropriation of religious images at the very centre of the exhibition, marking its forced beginning. In a room, surrounded by white pleat curtains, there is a banner with a fused image of both artists, headless, with eight hands and a calla lily at the point where the sexual organs should fuse. The image in the mandorla, surrounded by a nimbus, frames the exhibition title, written in a stylized Glagolitic alphabet. The phrase is duplicated on a carpet in front the banner that imitates a black hole in the room with an optical trick. In the play of symbols of black and white magic, and in the search for new and exciting occultist ceremonies, they challenge the tragic fate of an individual unwilling to accept the ultimate sacrifice - the abandonment of the ego. Playing with the symbolic meanings of such fusions also leads to a diversity of readings and understandings of the artists’ partnership, which, through motifs, multiplies in other works in the exhibition. By placing objects that illustrate the false sacral in the space in the middle of the exhibition, they mark it as the most sacred point which also illustrates the forced central setting of the exhibition. Through the creation of imaginary occultist symbolism, they question their partnership, as they look for parallels between cult structures and the entrapment of the individual in the rituals of capitalist contemporaneity. Questions like these are also raised in works exhibited in rooms around the sacral centre.
Tia Čiček
Photos: 1st by Lealudvik, other photos by Bojan Mijatović.