Exhibition curator: Iris Slade
Authors of the exhibition display: Iris Slade and Loren Živković Kuljiš
„… The tendency toward clarity and purity is more intensive in his new works, while insisting on order is more transparent. In order to articulate the inner and outer space, the composition frame of the sculpture/installation has been purified to the elementary and the minimal. Contrasted with architectonic frame there come along pliable materials over or inside the construction which limits their expansion. The natural and the manufactured, the geometric and amorphous create a powerful collision complementing each other. As a rule, we talk about contrasted formative elements, e.g. dirt or water in a plastic bag within metal frame or a tree branch connected with a steel tube. All the materijals appear on the inventory of the contemporary environment and we most often take them in relation to their original characteristics and functions followed by the context of ecology and symbolism…“
Loren Živković Kuljiš was born on 28 February 1973 in Split. He graduated in sculpture at the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in 1997. He holds the position of an assistant lecturer of the sculpture department of the Split Art Academy.