Arben Dzika

Augmoda Fallac

9

February 2023

9

Feb

2023

3

Mar 2023

Gallery 2

Augmoda Fallac

Arben Dzika

9

February 2023

9

February

2023

3

March 2023

Gallery 2

Augmoda Fallac is a contemplation of material relevance and validity, within a sense of economic overwhelm. Seeking futility with the thought that the awareness of a futility of fantasy is as fertile as the fantasy itself. In industries where representation and commodity quotas suggest confines as to what should be made and by who, Dzika indulges visual language as a tool for processing something felt as otherwise incommunicable, surrounding culture production and cultures of production. As Dzika’s first solo exhibition, Augmoda Fallac is a reduction point, a vacuum for thought as something transposed by the object, meditating on socio-economic elements implicated in the act of having a practice and, respectively, what may be imbued as code to grapple with the abstract nature of meaning when it is domesticated to the gallery.

Augmoda Fallac is a contemplation of material relevance and validity, within a sense of economic overwhelm. Seeking futility with the thought that the awareness of a futility of fantasy is as fertile as the fantasy itself. In industries where representation and commodity quotas suggest confines as to what should be made and by who, Dzika indulges visual language as a tool for processing something felt as otherwise incommunicable, surrounding culture production and cultures of production. As Dzika’s first solo exhibition, Augmoda Fallac is a reduction point, a vacuum for thought as something transposed by the object, meditating on socio-economic elements implicated in the act of having a practice and, respectively, what may be imbued as code to grapple with the abstract nature of meaning when it is domesticated to the gallery.

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Arben Dzika

Arben Dzika is an artist, whose practice involves working with various media – including, but not limited to, sound, image, word, and performance. His work primarily seeks to reflect on, interrogate, and play, with technologies, systems, and human senses. Within his practice, he works as a producer and DJ under the moniker, Dilae.