3.12–19.12 2010 Candyland, Gotlandsgatan 76
Vernissage fredag den 3 december kl 17–22
lördag–söndag 14–17, t.o.m. 19 december 2010
still: “Dialog”, 2010, video installation, 2'1''46'''
Margareta Lekic &
“Dialog”, 2010, video installation, 2'1''46'''
This multichannel video projection, entitled
“Dialog”, is a collaboration between two artists. On two opposing walls
there will be a video projection of each artist catching and throwing a
This social interaction is a representation of the basic principle of
every society. Action and reaction is ever present between all
people. In this case, throwing is the action, and catching is the
reaction. Every action demands reaction – which is itself an action –
and in this way, we get a infinite circle. In "Dialog" we are
physically depicting that communication.
Communication distinguishes us as developed creatures and continues to
develop us, sociologically, intellectually, and in all other ways. If
every social being is developed by his or her society, then the
individual and the society both grow.
By playing this child-like game of throwing the ball we are
symbolically tying this communication to innocence.
With this interaction, we are portraying a positive image of
communication in society.
Margareta Lekic was
born in 1982 in Osijek, Croatia. She got her BFA in the Academy of Fine
Arts in Zagreb in 2007. Currently she is at that same institution
in the doctoral course in the sculpture department. She has exhibited
at a number of collective and individual shows in Croatia and abroad.
was born in 1984 in Osijek, Croatia. He got his BFA in the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb
in 2010. Currently he is at that same institution in the MFA
program in the sculpture department. He has exhibited in few collective
show in Croatia and abroad and had one individual show.
Margareta Lekic and Goran Vukosavljevic
where invited to Candyland by Andreas Ribbung.