Loren Živković Kuliš
In an email discussing this exhibition, Sandra Sterle writes in an almost aphorismic manner: ”Oscillation is the repetitive variation, typically in time, of some measure about a central value (often a point of equilibrium) or between two or more different states. It is in a way that the exhibition could be a search for the equilibrium. It can be done in different media, also in different subjects.” Maybe this is an apt delineation in order to understand what a gaze on the magnificence of the commonplace that departs from hybrid identities might be: An oscillation present in the gaze itself. Yet and at once a form of optics concurrently related to what Michel Foucault describes as “grey, meticulous, and patiently documentary” operating “on a field of entangled and confused parchments, on documents that have been scratched over and recopied many times.”
From the essay Infinite beige by Jonatan Habib Engqvist
On view till 1. September 2019.