The exhibition The Fall is comprised of three images-ambients in a row, from an image of nothingness, to an image of creation, to an image of fall. In the dark space of nothingness the observer encounters a stirring, dark surface that, with its circular motion, has a tendency to draw him into its mass.

In the image of creation the body is dissolved in the water, in an effort to separate itself from the vertical block of the condensed substance of water. A long, black hallway leads to the final image – the fall, which is actually a jump, a rebound, an elevation.

In each of these images, in a certain way, substance is defying its essence. The hot circular surface of tar, which reflects the surrounding space like a mirror, filmed from up close, projected in slow motion, almost covers by reflex the heavy, sticky, dense substance under the surface. The vertical block of water, out of which the body emerges, defies gravity and it seems that the cohesive structure of the water has been changed; its density has been achieved by slowing down the recording. In the last image the fall transforms into a jump and in this way defies gravity again. The body, which would fall through the diluted substance of air, is actually being pushed up in the air by an invisible force.”

A. Vučetić

Anica Vučetić, born in Belgrade in 1962. Graduated and won her master’s degree from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Does video installations and ambients. Freelance artist from 1986, member of Artistic collective Third Belgrade. Realized thirty independent exhibitions in Belgrade, Sarajevo, Čačak, Vršac, Novi Sad, Požega, Raška, Maribor, the Museum of Contemporary Art in São Paolo (1995), the Ludwig Forum Museum for International Art in Aachen (1999, 2001), the “23 y 10” Gallery of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry in Havana (2002), the Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic of Srpska in Banja Luka (2010).

Exhibited in group exhibitions in the country and abroad. Prizes: the Memorial of Nadežda Petrović in Čačak – the Prize of Memorial and the Prize of Audience (2005), Grand Prix at the 9th International Biennial of Miniature Art in Gornji Milanovac (2008), Politika Prize (2009).