THE FEAR OF OBLIVION

The fear of oblivion, of the loss of tangible and intangible links with the past, of the loss of nature and space that we wish to hold onto and remember, leads to organised strategies of defence, preservation, nurturing and protection. They operate and overlap on various levels: from the family, through formal and informal associations of individuals, to politically organised platforms, scientific and cultural institutions.

Dolls, Barbie & Ken style. Obrt Epulon, Sveti Kirin, Dignano, cca 1997.
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Motifs from Istria, postcard. Julio Radilović Jules, Vinjeta ‘91, Čakovec, 2009.
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