Material: mix media clay instalations,clay,acrylic
Don’t forget to remember me is a site-specific, large scale installation, that focuses directly on silent – because of being... Read More
Don’t forget to remember me is a site-specific, large scale installation, that focuses directly on silent – because of being forgotten – war victims, that nobody speaks of. There are many harmed people out there in consequence of frequent armed conflicts, and world organizations act extremely inefficiently. War victims are impossible to recognize or remember – they constitute another nameless plaque. In couple of years someone will produce a series of romantic films about war heroes. And for the umpteenth time an ordinary man will constitute a background for heroic deeds. My installation constitutes first and foremost an internal voice of artistic remonstrance against pretending, that war may bring any good. This work, which consists of near 1000 small spatial objects and 3 little sculptures, will become a meaningful, though a bit radical symbol, that I’m using – as an artist – to demonstrate my resistance against hypocrisy and callousness of modern man. I am trying to redeem all those anonymous victims. To redeem remembrance of people, who lost their homes, pride, place to live and dignity, during all those recent ominous years. This is a project about people, without people. It should become a symbol of our comfortable ignorance.