THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF TRANSIENCE► k) NOVEMBER 2000► c) MARCH 2000► l) DECEMBER 2000► e) MAY 2000► d) APRIL 2000► f) JUNE 2000► g) JULY 2000► h) AUGUST 2000► i) SEPTEMBER 2000► j) OCTOBER 2000► a) JANUARY 2000► b) FEBRUARY 2000
CONCEPTS► JUST WAR► THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF TIME - THE HISTORY OF ISTRIA► ENERGETIC STRUCTURE OF OBJECTS► ENERGETIC STRUCTURE OF PARTICULAR SPACE TIME► RECYCLING HISTORY► POLITICAL DREAMS► REBIRTH OF VENUS► STRINGS AND MEMBRANES► THE LINE AS A STARTING POINT► THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF TIME - THE HISTORY OF HUMAN KIND, 1999► THE UNIQUE STRUCTURE OF RITUAL
PORTRAITS► PORTRAITS► THE PORTRAITS OF AMERICAN PRESIDENTS► THE PORTRAITS OF FIRST LADIES
On this occasion I explored the interdisciplinary relation existing between art and other spheres of human creativity through the context of archeology and the arts. I used concrete archaeological finds, objects that were discovered on existing archaeological sites throughout Europe. These objects have elements of ornamental symbolism, and I treated those elements as pure artistic material. I used them for analytic purposes, partially by means of drawings, partially through incisions made into river-bed pebbles which I used as a base but also as objects, sculptures.
A direct communication link between prehistory and the present day was attained by confronting archaeological objects (borrowed from the Archeological Museum Pula) with newly created works. Many questions have surfaced; questions that deal with art and the artist in relation to time as a dimension and generic entity of man as a creative creature.