Land, Besitz und Commons

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Elvedin Klačar (13)
born 1976 in Rudo, lives in Vienna

Answer Nature‘s Call, 2021
Room-sized installation (3 x 3 x 3 m), various materials and techniques

Some voices have faded a long time ago and are no longer audible to us. Nature’s screams are silent now; spaces have been occupied, many species are gone. In Answer Nature’s Call, Elvedin Klačar addresses global extinction and the decline of nature as a result of urbanization and increasing forestry. On a sledding hill, the ghosts of animals long gone are brought back to the region in the form of voices, almost as if they were inhabiting new bodies. Words are spoken into a speaking trumpet in this airy walk-in sculpture that visitors can looked into from the outside. The human voices are collected, recorded, and transformed. The work is about the urgent need to make the silent call audible. The physical displacement raises our awareness, as sounds ring out that let us imagine, and remember, beings from the past.

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