Exhibition entitled одкуда / form from will show works of members and artists from U10 collective (http://u10.rs/about/) to the audience of the city of Užice (Serbia). Apart from members of the aforementioned collective, the exhibition will feature works by Tamara Spalajković, Aleksandra Kovačević, Jelena Nikolić, Darko Vukić, Tim Tsang and Emir Šehanović Esh. In the role of curator is Velimir Popovic.
The exhibition is part of the cooperation between the UVUU (Association of Visual Artists Užice) and U10 Art Space. The first part of cooperation was the setting of the works of artists from Užice in the famous Belgrade gallery (U10), which aims to promote young creators from the country and abroad.
одкуда / form from
The goal of this project is to achieve a constant (re)construction of the observer through (interactive) communication between the exhibitors within the Gallery Reflector, with all its contexts, configurations and materialities.
All selected works as their basis have strategies for the precise conceptual localization of the observer, they are more accurately distinguished by the attempts of the exact positioning of a trace (in a certain database...) which represents a blueprint for its concretization. Hence the interaction between the artists, and the interaction between the works that are set in the gallery through the communication processes, can be defined as the exchange of logical patterns that arises in the encounter of two or more models. At the time of the indicated encounter, one model in regard to another becomes modus (mode, the way, the way in which something can be performed or realized...) and shows a clear line of sensual-cognitive realization of a particular work.
Since the gallery space is in the former barrack (Building of barrack named IV regiment) and as such contains the indelible traces of a disciplinary institution, we can conclude the following:
It is possible to set up an exhibition so that the vectors of the realization of works of art fit into or shuffle with the remains of the barracks vectors as a disciplinary institution that has now been transformed into a gallery space.
The work's thesis of exhibition is: Affect is difference.