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Recession (from lat. recession) means return, return (to the beginning), and in transmitted meaning - renewal. What are the beginnings and new life in the game? Part of the answer to these questions is that in my early sculptures I use scrap as a building material for sculpture, and as a methodological form of work I use the principle of recycling, the principle of returning to the life of used, consumed and discarded substances. On the other hand, I am interested in value categorization and systems where, for example, the original material will be relatively inexpensive, after design it will become extremely expensive when it becomes a whole or part of the work of art. There are no answers given, but there are relevant issues that are paradoxical, as well as art, after all.
Sculpture:Metal on Stainless Steel
Size:11.8 W x 66.9 H x 13.8 D in
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BIOGRAPHY: Goran Štimac was born in 1959, in Rijeka. He graduated Sculpture in Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, 1988. In 1992, he travelled to Vienna, where he enrolled as a visiting student at the Higher School of Applied Arts, Department of Sculpture. His artistic-educational career began in 1996, when he started teaching at the Department of Fine Arts of the Faculty of Pedagogy. In 2003–2010, he worked as Dean of the Academy of Applied Arts of the University of Rijeka, where he is currently working as a tenured professor. Goran Štimac has had 50 individual exhibitions of sculptures, Paintings and drawings, and over 120 group exhibitions, both national and international. He has been honoured with numerous awards and recognitions. His works are exhibited in the Galerije Božidar Jakac, Kostanjevica na Krki(Slovenija), Modern Gallery Zagreb, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, and in the Collection of Croatian Contemporary Sculpture in Slavonski Brod. Goran Štimac lives and works in Rijeka and Opatija. Štimac Goran A.Raspora 24 51410 Opatija Croatia
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