This exhibition of works by the beloved and reviled – yet world-renowned – artist, sculptor, performance artist and creator of short experimental films features a cross-section of his work, presented as “the worst of Martin Zet”: monumental sculpture and selection of his film work, presented using the profane technology of the karaoke.
The mouths of pop-culture icons such as Miley Cyrus (the famous girl from the Hannah Montana television series) and Hello Kitty spew forth a thick mass that flows down or twists into decorative arabesques.
Fiction and specific events, real and imaginary characters or objects, historical styles and trends, ideas, signs, symbols and images in paintings and drawings of Uroš Đurić, entrancing Serbian artist, representantive of "autonomy" movement
Both Komai and Neil Zakiewicz take us back through 20th century art to the beginnings of modernism, to Constructivism, but these art references pause long around the 1960s and 70s. Both artists make art about the making of art. Both are witty.
An exhibition designed according to the criteria of uselessness, unworkability, inadaptability, and self-destructive obstinacy. Created by women artists who have the potential of being a disaster of epic proportions for curators and exhibition organizers.