HDLU is a collective of Croatian contemporary media artists researching the deconstruction of time and space (Antun Maračić), time as ethnography (Andreja Kulunčić), transformation of everyday objects and time ( Bojan Mucko), and time in the context of politics of memory (Ana Mušćet) with curator Josip Zanki.
1 Oct – 7 Oct 2018
Croatian artists Antun Maračić, Andreja Kulunčić, Bojan Mucko and Ana Mušćet and curator Josip Zanki are supported by an IMMA Production Residency for an exhibition exchange project between Pallas Projects/Studios and HDLU, Croatian Association of Artists.
In October 2018 Pallas Projects will present I Saw a Woman in Inverness Whom I Shall Never Forget, curated by Zanki. The exhibition is focused on deconstructing and redefining the model of linear chronology and a positivist concept of time. It is inspired by Jorge Luis Borges short-story “Aleph”, and drives on the idea of connecting images, places, human body, words and numbers in the sacred Aleph. This project brings together Croatian contemporary media artists researching through the deconstruction of time and space (Antun Maračić), time as ethnography (Andreja Kulunčić), transformation of everyday objects and time (Mucko), and time in the context of politics of memory (Mušćet).
This is the second iteration of a two part exchange organised by Difference Engine artists between HDLU and Pallas Projects.
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