Inside the Split City Museum Gallery in Diocletian street a wall is constructed out of aerated concrete blocks at the exact urban perimeter, which once, in the original version of the Diocletian palace, was defining the width of the Cardo street, and for many centuries was covered with layers of new building, victim necessities of life and residential displacements.

The work was produced for the group show of 38th Split Salon: Fantasizing – Dislocating, Split City Museum Gallery (organized by Croatian Association of Artists), Split, Croatia in 2013.
2013
Untitled

aerated concrete blocks
279 x 665 x 20 cm



provenance:
38th Split Salon: Fantasizing – Dislocating, Split City Museum Gallery (organized by Croatian Association of Visual Artists), Split, Croatia (November 15 – December 8, 2013)



installation view:
38th Split Salon: Fantasizing – Dislocating, Split City Museum Gallery (organized by Croatian Association of Visual Artists), Split, Croatia (November 15 – December 8, 2013)



photo credits:
Zoran Alajbeg