Infinity of Structure, installation view. Photo: Davide Calafa

Exhibition

Serbia
Infinity of Structure


The project traces a journey through the realm of mysterious symbols in Serbian medieval frescoes, emphasizing the human need to create visual elements to connect us with the unknown. By doing so, the work also focuses on the more spiritual aspect of symbols, intended as a connection with what is beyond human experience.

By entering the dark spaces of the project, visitors can barely see a monumental installation that only later reveals to be made by multiple layers of hand-painted ornamental patterns. In order for the public to look up and spot it in the darkness, the upper part of the walls is covered in ceramics.
Music also plays an important role in the environment, with a combination of irregular rythms, ambient tones and an elaborate acoustic.
In the project, the repeated medieval elements overlap one another as to resemble a sequence of different archaeological eras, merging the past with the present.

Credits

Organising Institution:
Museum of Applied Art in Belgrade on behalf of the Ministry of Culture and Information, Republic of Serbia

Author and Exhibition Design:
Ivan Mangov

Artists:
Marko Lađušić, Marko Todorović, Aleksandar Vac, Dorian Jovanović

Sound Design:
Dorian Jovanović

Animation and AR:
Marko Todorović, Luka Tilinger

Commisioner:
Biljana Jotić

Curators:
Biljana Jotić, Nataša Radojević

Essays:
Domenico de Chirico, Biljana Jotić, Nataša Radojević

Graphic Designer:
Dejana Cvetković

In partnership with:
Drina Gallery, Logic Art Space, The 42 Media Society, Express Global,  Adria Media magazine, Mondo portal, Biograf Printing, Diplomacy&Commerce

Highlights

Infinity of Structure, installation view. Photo: Davide Calafa

Infinity of Structure, installation detail (smoke fired ceramics, Aleksandar Vac)

Infinity of Structure, installation detail (acrylic on wood, Marko Lađušić)

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