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Un-provable Point of View, 2015

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Installation views: Potential Degrees of Freedom, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. Photographs: Ana Opalic

Un-provable Point of View, 2015

With Vjenceslav Richter, Spatial Picture no. 20, 1997

Self-adhesive foil, acrylic glass, 39,5 x 39,5 x 39,5 cm. Slide projector, projection screen, base

Vjenceslav Richter’s Spatial Image – a three-dimensional transparent object – is illuminated by a slide projector. Its shadow is projected onto the screen. As visitor enters the space, at first he/ she encounters only the shadow image, being unaware of the actual light/ object relation that causes it.

 

“The basis of the unprovable lies in the contingent existence of phenomena about which, with our natural and artificial receptors, we cannot get any information.”

Vjenceslav Richter, in My Cognitive Space 

Different two-dimensional test projections