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Exhibition DIFFERENT YET THE SAME

Installation - Milan Tepavac Tarin

Exhibition DIFFERENT YET THE SAME

Exhibition "Different yet the same" by Milan Tepavac Tarin in MedILS, Split
opened to the public September 8th to October 8th 2018 at MedILS

 

A MedILS ARTScience event in Split, Croatia

Longing for a contemporary Renaissance:

 Experimental harmonization of Music, Poetry, Film and Painting in a space of Life Science research with the scent of pines, cypresses and rosemary overlooking the Adriatic Sea and its islands.

On Saturday evening, September 8th 2018, in MedILS (Split, Croatia, www.medils.org), in a space virgin to piano music, Branka Parlić played Philip Glass’ “Wichita Vortex Sutra” with gentle soul in her fingertips, overlapped with Allen Ginsberg’s rebellious text spoken masterfully by Diana Krzanić Tepavac. Emotional Pandora’s box was unlocked with the keys given by Glass and Ginsberg used swiftly and masterfully by Branka and Diana. Then, the recital of Glass’ music went along with Dreaming Awake and Piano Etude Nos. 2, 6, 15, 16, 17, 20, accompanied by a film created with exquisite musical sensitivity, for this event, by Bruno Lovrencic.

Unprepared, the audience was caught by surprise: tears, a squeezed arm and gently uniting hands, did not go unnoticed… Some rubbed their eyes to fake irritation, few left the room to find a place to cry... So much of the unfelt and unsaid accumulates with time. A long silence preceding the applause witnessed a shaken-up audience.

 

Walking out of the recital into the open space of a glass-walled atrium, the friends of MedILS were facing the art work of Milan Tepavac Tarin. Several dozens of beautifully sculpted human head forms were capturing our eye sights as if in competition to make way into our own heads still inhabited by the music. So many heads “different, yet the same”!  Among the heads are the paintings and graphics of the bowls of smoking hot soups with most diverse contents – usually social and political issues cooked-up by chef Milan. There are also pieces from his opus “The Conferences”: mute frozen pathetic Experts of the Useless seated around a long table treating different topics ... Milan’s messages are gentle but penetrant, humorous and deranging, mostly in the form of unanswered questions. Then, there are also humanity’s greatest minds dethroned in grotesque constellations. So many heads! How many heads are there? How many heads are within each head?

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