This work can be characterized as a “visual haiku.” The artist simply takes one element of the construction from an old, empty house, paints it red and places it back to its original position. This minimal intervention provokes a whole set of questions related to the way we approach old, useless things and no-places that were once important parts of someone’s life. It also changes the visual appearance of the object, giving it a completely new design. The object, which was left to its own destiny, starts with this intervention to live a new life, being able to attract the attention of the visitors.
- AGAPE: Davor Džalto – Dostojevski – Legenda o inkvizitoru – Savremeno čitanje
- Davor Džalto o Saboru SPC za Newsmax Adria
- Living in a Living World: Davor Džalto and Chris Fields
- The Global Living Room: Davor Džalto & Emil Džudžević (Opening debate)
- Davor Džalto, Lecture on “Creativity beyond Arts,” Arvo Pärt Centre, Estonia, 2020