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Installation view, Pangea, Take II, 3D designed and printed composable case with objects,


Pangea, Take II

3D designed and printed composable case with


two editions, variable dimensions 


Pangea, Take II is a shape and content shifting artwork. Its core circles in the philosophical space enveloping object as a concept carrier. Its material base reevaluates the shape of “a written or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in covers.” A printed work indeed, it bounds representations of empty pages and signs they otherwise display, simultaneously. These representations are preceded by the artist’s collection of found objects (applied previously in Pangea, objects collected on different continents, frames, mirrors, variable dimensions, 2016), and are - borrowing from history of writing systems - essentially used as proto-objects. The elements are reinterpreted in a green screen color, rendering a base for new imagery. Consisting of various mobile elements the artwork perpetually alters its format and dimensions.


a series of digital drawings 

giclée print on museum paper 

21 cm x 29,7 cm each


Screenshots, a spin-off of the installation Pangea, Take II reinterprets it’s elements - the proto-objects - and places them in alternate compositions recalling the layouts of letters and postcards. Reflecting on forms of travel writing and and global communication it combines illegible signs with distorted video stills drawn from travel videos from the artist’s archve. The reconfiguration of the two main elements in this artwork underlines the connection of the works forming the artist’s solo exhibition Book Presentation. Contemporarily, it builds on the open-ended concept of Pangea, Take II.

Devisement du Monde*


Sleeping horses

a series of digital drawings, pdf document 

52 pages, variable dimensions 


Sunset in Khiva 

a series of digital drawings, pdf document 

72 pages, variable dimensions


An ironic take on misuse of new technologies, Sleeping horses and Sunset in Khiva take shape in a digital flip book. Initially shot as a time-lapse with an analog video camera on a 35 mm color film, the original videos expose events of an hour’s time within seconds. Slow-paced scenes of light and weather chang- es are accelerated and frame selection is timed and mechani- cal. The two travel documentary shorts are reinterpreted frame by frame through a series of digital drawings. The final result is a pdf document containing a precise sequence of recreated stills. Displayed on an e-book reader, it forces the viewer to flip through the pages click by click, failing to provide the gravita- tional flow caused by the manual operation of a common paper book. The artwork does not focus on the elements lost during the transformation process, but on the lack thereof. It centers on time pockets and on what was put on hold between the clicks of the camera and the e-reader device, used by the artist and the viewer, respectively.

*First known title of The Travels of Marco

Polo, written in Franco-Venetian by Rustichello da Pisa from Marco Polo’s accounts.

This project was co-funded by Media Nox Gallery, MKC Maribor, Kulturna četrt Židovska, City Council Maribor and The Ministry of Culture Slovenia.

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