Drawing from Nicolas Bourriaud's concept of relational aesthetics, Zerkalo transforms viewers from passive observers into active participants, co-creating art in real time. Here, the boundaries between creator and observer dissolve, echoing Heidegger's notion of "dwelling" and "being-in-the-world." As visitors engage with the dynamic interplay of light and movement, they are invited to dwell within an environment that prompts contemplation of their own existence and presence. In this symbiotic relationship between viewer and artwork, Zerkalo becomes a space for collective reflection on the shared experience of being-in-the-world, where the act of creation unfolds through interaction and engagement.
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