Installations with borrowed everyday objects each covered by a thick layer of rubber were produced in 2007. The focus was on objects, linked both to the spaces as such and to their users. The agent of art was the rubber cover. The selected objects, hidden under identical pieces of rubber, were only vaguely visible, while the observer, aware of the fact that they were exhibited artworks and therefore not to be touched, was left to guess and speculate. The version of the installation, presented on exhibition in Split in 2011, acquires an additional memory code with the choice of borrowed objects. Under the rubber layer, there are objects that were part of the holdings of the former Museum of the People’s Revolution (today owned by the Municipal Museum of Split), which was located in the building of today’s Gallery of Fine Arts in the period between 1980 and 1991. A radio station, an aggregate, and a searchlight covered with rubber constitute an artwork that is both visually and conceptually intriguing. Museum exhibits, laden not only with their primary uses but also with their museum history, with which we are still struggling, give additional meaning to the installation, re-contextualizing it in terms of space and time.
The series of works were produced for the solo exhibition at the Kristofor Stanković Gallery, Zagreb, Croatia in 2007. The series was adjusted for the solo exhibition (with Igor Eškinja) at the Museum of Fine Arts
, Split, Croatia in 2011.