Marko Reeboskic’s exhibition – My Home Is An Afterthought was held at the Kula Gallery from March 10 to 17, 2022.
What happens when a house ceases to be just a physical ambience with walls and a roof in which we feel safe, and becomes a feeling, a state of mind, people or an environment? Can our home be anywhere then? With his works, Marko Reeboskic questions the relationship of man as a foreigner in a certain community or in a whole society.
Batik is an ancient Indonesian tradition of making hand-dyed fabrics from cotton and silk with the help of wax. The artist embraces this technique in a personal and contemporary way. He creates an abstract forms through meditative repetition of patterns and his own colour manipulation.
Marko Reeboskic was born in 1994 in Belgrade. He attended master’s studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, and studied at the Vietnam National University in Hanoi, Department of Interior Design, as well as in Indonesia at the Institute of Art in Yogiakarta. After graduating, he focused his artistic practice on researching different methods of visual expression. Through the use of geometric form, Marko transforms everyday experiences and places into a simple abstraction painted on fabric or shown on canvas.