Multimedia artist Luka Kedžo’s exhibition titled Who Lives Here, Who Lives Here? is his first solo show in Split, created specifically for the Museum of Fine Arts. Responding to the neutral white box character of the exhibition space, he constructs a spatial installation using various visual forms and media. Continuing his artistic practice, Kedžo explores the nature of contemporary human perception that is constantly exposed to the hyper production of visual content. Appropriating the material from his personal substantial visual repository, the artist collages new compositions using a very specific personal associative sequence. Such spatial installation becomes a staging of a narrative scene that the viewers can decipher according to their own preferences, personal analogies, memory codes or cultural background.
Luka Kedžo (1986, Dubrovnik, Croatia) graduated Cinematography in 2011 from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb where he also completed MA studies in Photography in 2014. He was awarded The Best Young Author Award at the 46 Zagreb Salon (2011), Franco Jesurun Award at Trieste Contemporanea (2015), as well as the Grand Prix Award at the 33 Youth Salon in Zagreb (2016). He has been exhibiting since 2010 and this is his third solo exhibition.
On display until 30 September.