Olga Abeleva, Andrea Lukic
Petal, Fortress, Blood and Evening Star
Drawing inspiration from Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, "Petal, Fortress, Blood and Evening Star" explores themes of linguistic decay, historical amnesia, and the haunting persistence of myth. The exhibition is anchored by two compelling forces: the spectral presence of architecture in horror, and the murky depths of fairy tales. Abeleva and Lukic present works that resonate as stills from an unseen horror film, inviting the audience to navigate a labyrinth of spatial and psychological enigmas. Viewers are invited into a world where the boundaries between material and psychological realms continuously blur.