June 9th - 20th, 2009
With the exhibition AIR, its author Jelena Milo will present a simulation of the state of water and air in the future. This interactive spatial installation is based on data, forecasts, and calculations created by various experts in the domain of climate change. As a direct answer to the very name of the place where the exhibition is taking place, „O3ONE“, Jelena Milo is presenting a project which deals with many aspects of fear of ecological catastrophe, pollution, and disappearance of clean air.
The project is conceptual and it consists of three segments presented in forms of video, photographs, and objects which are reproduced from the original ones. The installation itself is space sensitive, with innovative ways of combining various media formats and interior arrangements.
Jelena Milo was born in 1979 in Belgrade. She graduated at Kunstakademie in Duesseldorf, Germany, in 2004, in the class of prof. Magdalene Jetelova. Awards – Platz Open Oktobar – Galerie Out In, Toronto, Kanada and Platz suf dem Peek & Cloppenburg Konkurs für Junge Kuenstler, Duesseldorf, Germany. She had two solo exhibitions and took part in more than twenty group exhibitions.