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Żak | Branicka, 2010-11

An installation consisting of 74 drawings, architectural model, 3 C-prints and a video

Yane Calovski’s investigation of the process of articulating and executing Kenzo Tange’s Master Plan delves deep into the conflict between individual utopian dreams and those of a collective body. The project, entitled Obsessive Setting, consists of 74 works on paper and a prototype for an archive manifesting itself as a repository modular structure that serves as an ideal storage unit for possible processes and meaningful archives. Structurally, the prototype refers directly to Kenzo Tange’s original architectural model that is currently stored in the Museum of the City of Skopje. Calovski’s object is made up of compartments for writing, drawing, projecting, and dreaming.