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The side and remote views and perspectives, which are not accessible to the human eye, expose the architectural mechanism of the display space. The art on view thus becomes secondary – the eye passes through corridors and wings, focusing on an exhibit for a brief moment and moving on to the next one. 

I strive to illustrate the perception that has changed in our encounter with art, as well as in relation to everything that had seemed sacred to us in the past: where the artistic aura had diminished and the interaction between the audience and the museum space has become, in a way, one of many consumption experiences, a network-dependent experience in essence - in which the exhibition space itself perishes and in which exhibits are slowly losing their meaning and turn into a setting. 

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