On the other side
the show in Electrozavod gallery
As the material in this work, the technical holes of the gallery walls are being used. These holes are left from previous exhibitions by other artists. There is also the lighting, which is also located inside the gallery but placed on the other side of the fake walls that have been lined up.
The usual hall light remains within the space, yet it is hidden from the viewer. Viewers find themselves on the other side of the White Cube. I create this installation between the gallery's built-up walls and the original factory’s walls. The viewers whilst wandering in the gallery’s space become more and more involved in the walls studying and exploring. The way they perceive patterns that are made up of holes also changes depending on the sight angle.
It was essential for me to change the familiar viewers’ spots at the exhibition. This is how the viewer encounters what is usually hidden and they find themselves behind the gallery’s walls, behind the painting or installation, and beyond the usual perception.