SLADJAN NEDELJKOVIC



DISCOVERY EXHIBITION, KUNSTHAUS ZUG, 2010

What role do photographic images play for you in your everyday life? How does a personal “image of the world” develop? Does it not consist of countless individual images? Where do those images come from? Who made them, and for what purpose? – Sladjan Nedeljkovic’s exhibition has to do with images, their raison d’être and their role in present-day society. Where is the boundary between collective and individual images? How do they determine or inspi­re our thoughts and feelings, consciously and subconsciously? In his series Konstellationen, Nedeljkovic creates an open framework for a cornucopia of widely different photographs whose possible interconnections can be explored in the exhibition DISCOVERY in the south wing of the Kunsthaus. The aim is not to consume images, but enter into dialog with them: the active viewers become partners in silent, non-verbal communication. (curated by Matthias Haldemann)



CONSTELLATIONS, 2010
newspaper images, photocopies, computer prints, postcards and
photos on wood







STATION, 2010
PS-MDF-boards, paint, neon lights, chains, loudspeakers





ARENA, 2010
wooden stage, microphone

Media release

A discussion with Sladjan Nedeljkovic by Matthias Haldemann