Countermonuments is a series of drawings dedicated to the iconic Yugoslav socialist monuments from the Second World War.
Reflecting on entropy, and envisaged as rhythmic graphics, they explore light and luminescence of concrete that has been shifted from tridimensional space into a sequence of movements. The ensuing kinetic overlaps explore the conflicting and contradictory physical, psychological and emotional response to the original iconic structures.
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From the top, left to right:
Jasenovac I, Kosmaj II, Kozara III; Kadinjaca I, Kadinjaca II, Kadinjaca III. Mixed media, each 420 x 594 mm / 16.5 x 23.4 in.
Below: a selection of close-up details from the series. The superimposed circle is there for copyright reasons only. © 2016.