The exhibition follows the narratives and methods of David Maljković’s visual language expressed in various media and formats.
During the last thirteen years Maljković questions repeatedly the status of the studio, creating a different visual dialog with it. Using the studio as raw material for the creation of new relations, peeling the content and recycling the form, the methodology of image-building becomes more important than the content, rejecting the notion of a motif as a completed issue.
These experiences are being transposed into the gallery and the studio becomes an assemblage of torn-off images. This matrix creates a new whole, continuing to dissolve the very idea of a studio. We can perceive this very fragmented quality as a metaphysical version of the artist’s everyday space.