Representation is always a reflection of reality. By choosing and focusing on a certain part of a process, we interpret one of endless possible meanings. Giving meaning to a fragment means constructing a concept that is a mirror image of an imaginary world.
In a note on slippage Vida Guzmic explores the space in between given meaning and presentation. The gap between those two – the imaginary world and the way it’s presented – is used as a frame that is composed as a collision of different visual impacts. Facing images are giving different meanings and forms, questioning spaces between public and private, between dominant and unimportant gaze.
This project was developed during a residency as part of a Summer Sessions residency at V2_.