Tapisserie and Phonique by Nika Zupanc
Would you sit down if there were no promise that you would be allowed to stand up again? Well, think twice. A very smooth sitting platform, an entr’acte, is strategically offered to cover the transition from the realities of one act to the one that follows. Its outer boundaries are all hypnotically black, its furnishings are scant and the textiles employed are all flat-liners. But, as so many times before, here these minimal moves are not meant to express humility or even modesty. Less talking is just more told. This is a place where – at last – shines, miracles and virtues play no role. Tapisserie and Phonique, Sofas in C Minor, by Nika Zupanc.
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