Becoming an object by Urška Preis
Becoming an object is a process that holds in its essence a productive contradiction, it’s a critique of a modern society, where everything alien or deviant gets reduced to a grotesque, marginalised object. The main focus is in a so-called ‘tramp stamp’, a phrase that’s transformed from meaning a sexually promiscuous female to a scarred consequence that comes from expressing an act of resistance, which is being a skater.
Urška Preis (1992) is a visual artist, musician and music journalist born in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Exhibition is set for Thursday night in Kasarna!