The exhibition consists of two installations, in dialogue with one another, arrange within the two rooms of the exhibition house.
Within the first room, one of many home windows extends inward to create a museum show case, exposing the exhibition house to the wind, chilly, and autumn climate of Košice. The show case comprises a diorama of synthetic and pure components, Murano glass sculptures and plant organisms, mimicking a hypothetical pure panorama that precedes or follows the present period over millennia. The panorama contained in the show case will change in the course of the present interval, simply because the local weather, temperature, and vegetation exterior the house will change.
The second room options a big backlit sheet on which the artist has traced the outlines of crops, flowers and different botanical components, a cinematic-sized Petri dish on whose floor coloured shadows of interacting organisms seem, making a composition of natural imprints.
Straight traces are concrete projections of a human concept of building. The orthogonal becoming of the graceful surfaces of a museum show case, the partitions assembly ceilings and flooring at proper angles within the exhibition house and the oblong form of the big drawing sheet are abstractions of thought aimed toward separating people from the pure atmosphere, offering order and regulating development and very important rhythms. Straight traces, in addition to sharp and delineated boundaries, don’t exist in nature, and this exhibition serves as a tribute to these actions, forces and organisms free to arrange new balanced boundaries in steady adaptation.
at Šopa Gallery, Košice
till November 11, 2023