tvrtko buric
Genoa 2015

drawing on wall, metal, plastic and organic material

Buric In order to reproduce the psychosomatic effect of the accelerated lives we all live, Buric, like Boccioni, opens the figure and shatters its form. Rather than seeing just an object, we can sense the forces acting upon it. These are the forces of speed and restlessness of modern life, underneath which it is impossible to maintain equity and composure, to contain oneself. The human form, thus, literally breaks. Buric finds the way to most faithfully represent the condition of modern life (i.e. the pressure of capitalism and globalisation); the condition that traditional art-media of painting and sculpture techniques can no longer adequately express. by Ira Ferris