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A performance. I had to take two things into consideration: that this performance is a part of the Book Night,...

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Untitled (The Flame)

A video performance. "Untitled (The Flame)" is a video performance for which I set my hair on fire and then I...

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Anno Domini 2013 (Walking on Water)

A Performance. A very simple plot: I came to a rowing pier in the Pula harbour, stepped onto the sea and...

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Untitled

An installation. A light-bulb is placed in a birdcage. Light is articulated as the shadow of the grids....

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“Abstraction: An artist selling his skin for cheap”, 2010 is a pseudo-painting by Croatian artist Sinisa Labrovic – in the form of a triptych - representing a homage to the abstract art and avant-garde(s) of the 20th century. The homage is nevertheless realistic and to the extent possible - real. A square, triangle and circle, applied to white canvas, are made of the artist’s skin that was surgically removed, cured and then used to make the three geometric shapes which were then, each...