The Wardrobe Is Filled with Linen; There Are Even Moonbeams Which I Can Unfold


by Ivana Meštrov
»The flattened image ironically makes us aware of the space that separates us from the object of vision, as opposed to this space being naturalized and, thus going unnoticed.[7] Because frames and segments we are looking at are not parts of our daily perspective. By meditating and organizing different spectatorial positions, Hušman actually talks about relationships.«

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