2013

Inkjet print on wood.
9 pieces, 1100 x 45 cm each.
<p>Installation view at Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art S.M.A.K. (Ghent, Belgium)</p>

Installation view at Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art S.M.A.K. (Ghent, Belgium)



The series of works is dedicated to processes occurring in a shadow of a daily life; to an everyday trance; a dark matter of memory gaps.
Repetition as a key principle not only of daily life but also of a ritual refers to a fear of a usual order destruction. Fear, which is typical to an archaic worldview, has an aspiration to mystification and spiritualization of a space, where household items are getting alive, where they repeat human qualities, where human dwelling represents a microcosm, filled with a ritual narrative. In the project's boundaries, this layer is researched as if in an anthropological manner.
Observing a daily life through the prism of ritualistic, circular concept of time, the work examine the metaphorical field where power belongs to the higher forces, where the destiny is predetermined and where life happens between sunrise and sunset.