THROUGH THIS WINDOW I LOOK AT THE WORLD, 2020
Newsprint ca. 70 x 80 cm
The artist has modified a daily newspaper in a way that all text and image information has been removed. What remains are the edges of the paper, hanging from the wall, suggesting a fragile and out of shape window frame and a view on emptiness. But a window, can also suggest a refreshed view on the world or a projection surface for own images and perceptions of the world. Nedeljkovic once again senses and subtly responds to an underlying discomfort in relation to daily news coverage. He suggests a breathing space from the mass distribution of information and images reaching us on a daily basis via different media channels. To take a step back and re-calibrate our perception and narrative of the world is what we might all secretly yearn for. Especially in this time of the global pandemic, where the conflicting news and information very often make us feel dizzy.
Photos: Thomas Keller
THROUGH THESE WINDOWS I LOOK AT THE WORLD, 2022
Newsprint ca. 50 x 60 cm
Photo: Michal Wojtarowicz | The National Museum in Szczecin