Recently we hosted an incredible exhibition from our inaugural resident artist the amazing Jelena Vujnovic.
Jelena Vujnovic’s work delves into the parts of ourselves that we are sometimes least aware of. In this exhibition she investigates how experiences don’t just change us in the moment, but become a fundamental, ongoing part of our lives. Exploring biological and environmental structures, Jelena investigates how these sites generate experience, and, at the same time become layered with personal, subjective memories. Merleau-Ponty wrote that the body is the site from which we both exist in the world and translate the world into meaning. And, as our bodies move through the world, they collect and store experience, generating meaning from a database of pre-existing knowledge, becoming rich sources of personal narratives.
Check out the video to find out more!