Installation AWKWARD SILENCE takes inspiration from the architecture of Javorca Chapel, built in the first world war in Slovenia by Viennese artist Remigius Geyling. Merging the interpretation of the architecture, pattern, and ongoing research from Slovenian and Slavic folk art resulted in sculptural pieces. The technically planned structures are combined with painted abstract surfaces, done in regular studio practice, which become skin of the objects. Combining digital, painterly and sculptural approach, the works resonate as windows, table and room, all connected by the title AWKWARD SILENCE, which indicates a moment, when cultural differences between east and west Europe come in contact through language or a cultural barrier, things gets lots in translation, the silence occours, and leaves to work to speak with its ornamental details.
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