UNTITLED, metal, leather, bronze, 2m x 1,5m, 2012
they have affected your work?
person , but I think that that old face still gives another meaning to this work.
The sculpture ,,CHEETAH", made from wire and wool, which I have done in my second year an College, presented a turning point in my work. The form of the sculpture gave me enough space to express my intimate dimension.
Another relevant aspect of your installations that we would like to highlight is that although most of the times your works show a realistic representation, you do not avoid references to an intimate dimension that, for example in CHEETAH, let the viewer free to fulfill the area of suspended significance you put in your works, in a way that has reminds us of the idea behind Keith Edmier's early production. By the way, can you tell us your biggest influencesand how
I was influenced the most by my professors from Faculty for Fine arts in Belgrade. There I was strongly motivated and guided in order to think about myself and my work above all,
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