The Invisible

The Invisible, wall texts, 2015

Life size silhouettes of inscribed personal stories of workers from Macedonia whose rights have been violated.

Bozurska Kristina, The Invisble, installation view, video and wall texts, 2015

The Invisble, wall texts, fragemnt, 2015

The Invisble, wall texts, fragemnt, 2015

Copy of Labour rights generaly

In her latest works, the artist was exploring the working conditions in Macedonia, and collecting personal stories of workers whose rights have been violated.  Long working hours, low wages, lack of regular contracts, unsafe and unhealthy working conditions especially in the garment and shoe production industry are regularly the case. The testimonies that are being directly incorporated in the artworks are representing the unpleasant position in which the workers are. The works in this exhibition are product of a critical observation and social relations between the artist and various workers whose personal stories are conveying not just their intimate everyday struggles, but  the complicated socio-political situation of the country as well. The transitioning from a socialist system in Yugoslavia to another has affected the state and has led to massive layoffs, privatization and corruption, offering a fertile ground for current political manipulation, nationalistic ideologies and identity crises.