One textile installation occupying the north wall of the room (3,20 m width; 3,6 m height). The shape
and dimensions are hypothetically endless, the installation grows and transforms with time, it is inspired
by anthropocentric reflections on the ambiguously fascinating and unsettlingly unfamiliar side of the forest.
Multiple hanged assemblages of vintage clothes found in the family closet and private archives.
Few settings of personal objects from previous life trajectories & places, exploring the representation of
dissembled and multifaceted identity & reflections.
The studio-bedroom-space is placed in the peculiar contexts of the family house in the countryside near
Belgrade in Central Serbia, in a tiny rural setting of a village breathing in close entanglement and
proximity to nature.
The project of building a studio space started in August 2019, upon my arrival home after an
experienced mental and emotional burnout and two years of living in Switzerland. It’s also the place
where I’m currently staying during the lockdown.