Last night we opened the conceptual exhibition: The dowry – Belongings of an Imaginary Lady Inhabitant of the Island by the author Sanja Mrša Vukman.
Belongings of the imaginary lady inhabitants of the island is the sum of objects of personal use that have a certain autobiographical line.
The origins of this exhibition are inspired by the real touch of women who lived on the islands before the author and the world of wooden ships. The author is inspired by original experiences, purity of natural, local materials in her quest to understand the area. The author strives to build healthy, sustainable communities.
The opening night of the exhibition went relaxing, and reached a large number of visitors who enjoyed the local flavors and aromas of Mediterranean. The exhibition will be open in our Museum until January 15th.
My passion is exploring opportunities, stubborn purity of natural, local materials, searching for original experiences, understanding territories, and striving to build healthy sustainable social communities.
Other people have taken part in the creation of this collection, just as it does with the construction of ships. I see her value most of all, through the intangible, lived through and through what, I hope, could inspire viewers to pursue personal pursuits and journeys.
You are welcome!