Jedinstveno Jedinstvo (Unique Uniquity) was a 10-day workshop organized in September 2013 in Zagreb (Croatia) by Pogon (meaning: Drive), important local NGO (Center of Youth's Independent Culture), which stages its programs and shows mostly in an abandoned factory on the coast of Sava river, in the splendid neighbourhood of Trnje. For years, a smaller part of that complex has also hosted Zagreb's leading alternative club venue Močvara (The Swamp), so it's a pretty unavoidable joint on Croatia's main city's cultural map.
The point of the workshop was to paint over factory's northern wall, and from about 40 people who submitted their work to the competition, 15 of us were chosen to do it. My piece is in fact a part of soon-to-be (2D and 3D) graphic map, entitled The Clinic, through which I desect parts of the human body by using pens and pencils, and a code devised on Latin alphabet.
The process was photographed by cool dude Zvonimir Ferina and myself.
The Face of The Clinic, the scheme!
The scheme after a few days of work... -:)
The piece is finished... More pics will follow!
Last seven photos were taken by my Samsung Galaxy 'smartphone' (more liek stupidphone) and weren't digitally altered in any way after shooting.