Anita Miloš: Empty Spaces
This multimedia installation, composed of videos captured by surveillance cameras, draws a parallel to the relationship between an individual and the contemporary society of control.
Referring to the theories of philosophers such as Michel Foucault, Gilles Deleuze, Giorgio Agamben and Marc Augé, the work is rooted in the fact that self-control is a key factor for the success of a society of control, i.e. that self-censorship is the perfect implementation of censorship. Silencing and isolating mass noise creates the society of pantomime, the thought of which is spoken, but not heard.
Anita Miloš was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in 1991. She earned an MA from the Department of Painting of the Arts Academy, University of Split. She works as an external associate in the position of an assistant at the Department of Painting, Arts Academy, University of Split, and as a teacher of specialized subjects at the School of Fine Arts in Split. She has exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions.