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8230 milliseconds in 1613 millimeters
intervention in the exhibition (16mm film)

The project 8230 milliseconds in 1613 millimeters (16 mm film, loop) is an attempt to communicate with the work of Milena Avsenik (Oljka, 2017; Privid, 2021). Neža Knez recorded her work (painting) on 16mm film and cut the film into 1,613-millimeter tapes, which is 8,230 milliseconds. Through close-ups, double exposure, and changing the speed on the 16mm camera, the artist questions what structures can tell us, what a copy is and how time is shown and measured.

In cooperation:

curator Piera Ravnikar and Cukrarna Gallery

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