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Darija

I was born and raised in Bosnia and Herzegovina, former Yugoslavia. I have moved to Belgrade in the middle of the awful and bloody war where I got my degree at University of Fine Arts. That gave me an opportunity to express my disgust with authorities, mentality and a tradition of wrong choices, and to criticize the society through my works and try to set the focus on consequences of our misdoings.

No Exit


No Exit

No Exit


No Exit
This is a spatial representation of a social paradox. It’s demonstrating a phenomenon that by following the impulses and applying simple solutions to achieve imminent goals we can find ourselves in a quite opposite situation than we anticipated and intended.
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  • New areas of operation

This is a spatial representation of a social paradox. It’s demonstrating a phenomenon that by
following the impulses and applying simple solutions to achieve imminent goals we can find
ourselves in a quite opposite situation than we anticipated and intended.
It’s an interactive installation consisting of 8 ordinary doors arranged in a shape of swastika. The
doors are all closed at the beginning, and the spectator/subject is free to approach it from all
directions. If spectator/subject try to open the doors he’s facing, one after the other, and leave
them open, he will end up trapped inside a rectangular space enclosed by open doors.
This paradox that opening doors could get you captured is a reminder that reality is too complex
to comply to simple answers, and that a chain of simple solutions usually leads to a
counterintuitive ends.


No Exit


No Exit

No Exit


No Exit
This is a spatial representation of a social paradox. It’s demonstrating a phenomenon that by following the impulses and applying simple solutions to achieve imminent goals we can find ourselves in a quite opposite situation than we anticipated and intended.
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

This is a spatial representation of a social paradox. It’s demonstrating a phenomenon that by
following the impulses and applying simple solutions to achieve imminent goals we can find
ourselves in a quite opposite situation than we anticipated and intended.
It’s an interactive installation consisting of 8 ordinary doors arranged in a shape of swastika. The
doors are all closed at the beginning, and the spectator/subject is free to approach it from all
directions. If spectator/subject try to open the doors he’s facing, one after the other, and leave
them open, he will end up trapped inside a rectangular space enclosed by open doors.
This paradox that opening doors could get you captured is a reminder that reality is too complex
to comply to simple answers, and that a chain of simple solutions usually leads to a
counterintuitive ends.



Idea by

Darija
I was born and raised in Bosnia and Herzegovina, former Yugoslavia. I have moved to Belgrade in the middle of the awful and bloody war where I got my degree at University of Fine Arts. That gave me an opportunity to express my disgust with authorities, mentality and a tradition of wrong choices, and to criticize the society through my works and try to set the focus on consequences of our misdoings.