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Svetlana Volic: NON FINITO, Passageway no. 2: where the world endsProgramme | 17.02.2017
Solo exhibition Svetlana Volic: NON FINITO, Passageway no. 2: where the world ends
The Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, 14 Pariska St.
February 17 - April 10, 2017 (opening on Friday, February 17 at 19:00)
Curator: Una Popović, the curator of the Salon of the MoCAB
The video-installation NON FINITO, Passageway no. 2: where the world ends is second in a series of ambient shows within the framework of a larger art project under the title NON FINITO/Performing of spatial narratives. The project is supposed to include the performing of several spatial compositions in diverse exhibition venues. Each exhibition operates as a unique and autonomous poetic whole, existing in relation to a specific occasion and a specific space, and the spectator should, first and foremost, be offered the experience of presence. In that way the project becomes a sort of an opened form, a continuous creative process presupposing a possibility of a new expression, performance and perception of the narrative.
The first passageway in the project under the title A dream of another place performed at the Gallery 73 in Belgrade as a three-channel video-installation.
The second passageway, Where the world ends, is composed for the Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade as a new spatial narrative with more complex structure, a virtual landscape through which the spectator moves and whose interdependent contents offer a possibility of multi-layered reading, connecting, perception and projection. The basis for this work consists of a video-footage made during research trips from the last several years (2013-2016). They make up the video-library of the project, the storage of spectacles used as the material to build visual-poetic structures with.
For each video
there was a particular right place
and a particular right time in which
the work could happen. These were the spectacles recorded above the Atlantic Ocean,
was born in Belgrade in 1974. She graduated and had her MA from the Faculty of Fine