This week I have presented my research about a young curator Elena Filipovic.
She is known as non-authoritarian curator who is interested in young, active, democratic artists, who are working with public/non public space. Her approach of re-do, re-install and negotiate has truly inspired me towards curating and understanding the importance of exhibiting artistic work as well as presenting artists as to honer them and their work as transparent as possible. Elena has curated retrospective of Felix Gonzales Torres in art gallery in Basel, where she is main curator.
Boukje Schweigman, inspired me with her non-verbal approach, which makes strong emotional and sensorial effects. I like the way she approaches and engages her spectators as well as development of the performance through space and time. Schweigman performances always include natural material, narrative stories and all togehter they create a strong visual and sensorial impressions. Each performance is a well planned masterpiece which leaves me shivered and inspired.
In coorporation with Robert Wilson; Walking , Norfolk, UK
In the video below her close co worker Theun Mosk, explains more details which makes performances great as they are.
Drawings of trees bark at handmade paper. “Vivae picturae arborum” / Live drawings of trees, represent 7 types of trees and 3 types of living plants in the paper. All together they are living, temporary, abstract images of nature.
Representation in the space: water incubators made of plexi glass, help to keep the moisture and water itself gives clean minimalistic, natural look.
Small, quick sketches of trees and its characters, made in the forest while walking, visiting my “Cathedral”.
Drawings were made for a small branch installation in 2013.