VESSNA PERUNOVICH STATE OF FLUX: BRIEFLY MIGRATING TO THE ISLAND

                                                  INVERTED REALITY The research and art production  which I realized during my residency stay in Malta engaged in crucial issues relating to the transitory nature of migration and exile as a universal state of human condition in this day and age: the notion of inclusion and exclusion, borders, conflict […]

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FUCK the POVvERty transmigration# Novi Sad by OR poiesis

three bridges cassette bombs sunflower seeds, quince and cigarettes on the tables dreamers, lovers, listeners (click the links below to hear the sound fragments, recorded while in Novi Sad, listen to poetry sonor of the moment) (())))((()(((())((( getting dark ((()))))((((((( two sleepers ()(((()(())((())) man on the stairs, with tamburitza, rainy afternoon ((()))))))((((()(() yellow plastic bag, moved […]

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Border Horizon

Borders: The Mediterranean Sea, walls and a dream. A dreamlike landscape, the border as the horizon. A sea like movement. A landscape of the wall thickness, and so on…

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Transmigration#Malta, by OR poiesis

Malta, few notes on: stones holes walls endless curved lines of hand build walls, drilled, carved, cut out lime stone, myriad of now days small valleys is left behind, artificial holes shaping the landscape height of a wall transcends human height layers, sediments, slowly eroding, from solid to porous, from blocks to holes, until strong […]

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Borders, by Ale de la Puente

Cartographies, …drawing lines, dividing spaces, setting borders, lines, divisions and borders, space-borders and time-borders, Landscapes… natural borders, personal borders, political, social, cultural… borders. Imaginary lines, margins, edges, perimeters, frontiers. All borders, old ones, new ones. Building borders. Also doors, gates, windows, fences, …and names. In or out? Entrance or exit? Them or us? Here or […]

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