b. 1965 in Belgrade, Serbia; lives and works in Belgrade, Serbia
Warmth reflects the problem of “national representation” within the modes of bio-political control. In this project, originally produced for the Serbian Pavilion at the Venice Biennial 2009, three tons of human hair collected at hairdressers and military barracks were used to produce blankets with an undetermined function. The blankets are offered in different sizes and are sold for the price of $100 each. Time-lapsefootage of the hair-collection and production process appears on video screens adjacent to the artwork.
Warmth, 2009 Felt, palettes, video documentation
Courtesy of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade
Installation View at the ACFNY
Photos by David Plakke