Banners for windows of Permanent Mission of the Czech Republic
NY 4 x digital print on a banner
213 cm x 86 cm
213 cm x 210 cm, 213 cm x 193 cm, 213 cm x 86 cm
The set of photographs called Slepé skvrny / Blind Spots is intended as an installation in public space. Windows are an architectural element which can be seen as an intersection between exterior and interior, between private and public space or as an intermediary of another dimension of the world. Manipulated photographs, which were placed in window frames promote this dialogue and raise it onto the level of communication with passers-by.A blind spot is a place on the retina where the optic nerve enters the eyeball where it is not distributed into fine nerve fibers containing light sensitive elements. It is a place in the eye lacking photoreceptor cells. As a result of this native predisposition, every human has a part in the visual field through which they cannot see.