Vienna (exhibition 2010)

Group exhibition, Bless my homeland forever, I, too, will try to forget… , exhibition at Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria. 26 flags, flagpoles. 2010.

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Advanced Science of Morphology, Vienna, 2010.

Advanced Science of Morphology is a project that questions the possibility of unity in Europe by reflecting on the changes that have happened to the countries that once made up Yugoslavia.

The 26 combinations of the national flags of the states that once made up Yugoslavia is a timely art work that replaces the flags of the EU member states in Marble Arch Park in London in 2006. The morphing of national identities aims to question the goal of unity in Europe and invites us to reflect on the roles we play in making and breaking dreams of European togetherness.

In 2007, seven new ‘morphed’ flags were created in order to include the representation of Montenegro, and in 2010 Kosovo’s new flag was accommodated.

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Advanced Science of Morphology, Vienna, 2010.
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Advanced Science of Morphology, Vienna, 2010.
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Advanced Science of Morphology, Vienna, 2010.
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Advanced Science of Morphology, Vienna, 2010.
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Advanced Science of Morphology, Vienna, 2010.
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Advanced Science of Morphology, Vienna, 2010.

 

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