Objects compressions

“... Generally, she will be encompassing the rubbish/litter & philosophy i.e. the relationship between the disposal and assembling the latter as a current problem and its negative impact on contemporary society and existence, thus creating a highly decadent social notion about the mentality and discipline on these grounds...

Miniature objects treat the altering  a distinguishable object appearance problem, as well as the phenomenon of separating mass from volume, the latter being a current challenge for the author. Small compressions contain metal debris whose recognizable image is modified whereas the new approach releases them from air granting them a new output....” Ana Frangovska (excerpt from the catalog)

Compression, metal debris, 4x4x4cm, 2010

Compression, metal debris, 4x4x4cm, 2010

Compression, metal debris, 4x4x4cm, 2010

Compression, metal debris, 4x4x4cm, 2010

Compression, metal debris, 4x4x4cm, 2010

Compression, metal debris, 4x4x4cm, 2010

Zoomed still life, 2011, wall instalation with objects made of metal debris, 160x280cm

Zoomed still life, exhibition view Biennial of Young Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, 160 x 280 cm, 2011

Short story about the discarded, stop motion video, 1'36''

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