Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
Sculptures Nina Galic
exhibition setting in REMONT Gallery | photo credits: Boris Burić | Belgrade, 2015

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¬ Sculptures persuade to mental relaxation and practice of mental capacity. They propose the possibility for interaction with the viewer by placing him in a certain position which is believed to increase and develop specific qualities inside the viewer. Each of the works requires some kind of stillness; in case of “Device for melancholic pendulate” it is minimal and repeated activity, where stillness is the request of discipline. Every position indicates process of contemplation which precedes every other action, making it unbreakable activity with every other.

Shaping of the sculpture starts from the inside; their visual identity is specified with their function. Sculpture awakens a sense of functionality in the viewer, it is fiction of function. By emphasizing the functionality, viewer focuses on the space between experience by watching the work and possibility of using it, which further broadens the possibility of use in the form of everyday rituals. Work presents the experience much more then it represents it.

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