Hanging it Down is a pattern made directly on the wall. It is one of the drawings from the series of works which show arms in position which insinuates the position of holding a weapon. By multiplying the form, the drawing becomes pattern and therefore contains a decorative elements rendering the main form difficult to see. The key to understanding this work is understanding the two ends of post-war identity — the desire to deal with the subject of the past and with the burden of past events and the desire to deviate from the war narrative in the construction of the future.
Foto: Ivan Zupanc, Nina Ivanović