As part of the Nonaligned Summit, which lasts from September 8 to 11, at the Kula gallery you can visit the “Somehow Somehow” exhibition by Rijeka artist Zoe Miloš.
The exhibition “Somehow Somehow” by Rijeka artist Zoe Miloš is in more than one way situated in the shapes and spaces in between. Fanzine formats are binding larger visuals that are then framed and “cut” into booklet formats; the booklets themselves were created using manual printing techniques, decollaging found layered posters from advertising spaces, but also decoupage with non-standard materials that invite touch, placing the final product beyond the visual in the domain of the interactive and tactile. Flat visuals with typewritten phrases use the repetition of thoughts and themes as if in a trance, and larger format layered canvases, with then peeling layers of paint suggest that they are unfinished, never-finished works whose shape changes with every crumb of fallen material. Classical technical-artistic education whose goal is to fixate the artistic work as a moment in time and space, the artist thus subverts both technically and purposefully, opening the door to the liminal space between fine art and graphics, message and thought, touch and look, actual and abstract.