April 17 - 29, 2015
Artwork by Adem Rusinovci, Fitim Aliu and Hajrush Fazliu, Professors of Art at Prishtina University/Kosova.
I try to invite and inspire others to open and release their own blindness. Others often wonder if my work belongs to a different reality created by my imagination but I believe everyone has their own reality. The picture of the world we see is still steady and unchangeable at first sight. However, the science itself, especially the quantum mechanics, almost dematerializes the matter. In my work I try to break the blood-red seal of reality and emerge in familiar spaces. – Adem Rusinovci
I developed my creativity in cycles up to date, such as; modern landscapes, portraits, wheels and finally SHATAT (sewer drains) with ZEBRAS (pedestrian crossing). In the last cycle I am trying to express moments of life; ME YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW. Through the means of yesterday, today and tomorrow, the zebra stripes can symbolize a day, year, or decade of my life (changes, survival, and triumphs of my life since before the war up to today). Shatat present heads of people migrating. While creating my work I try to present optimistic colors as espressive and creative far from a suburban myths. – Fitim Aliu
I paint my paintings in the form of cycles. I seek to identify and incorporate my ideas in philosophical, social and artistic ways. I came to the realization that the emotional state with colorful landscapes is more intensive for me. I paint mysterious human figures that are unreal and are often transparent or full of color. The magic of creating them is almost as unreal as the daydreams where most of these images are created. Another cycle was inspired by the Kosovo war tragedies such as Albanian towers burning and inhumane massacres committed by the Serbs. My collection unveils an emotional state that bears explosive colors to decorate and excite. – Hajrush Fazliu