With gentle, pastel colors, certain objects and architectural elements were painted on location Wire, on the Naked Island. Pastel blue, green, yellow, and pink have been taken out from rooms for gathering family members and prisoners from the early era of the Naked Island. Colored objects and places are fully integrated into the Wire and to the  untrained eye invisible or incomprehensible, which is why the intervention is hard to be destroyed or removed.
Released, “benign” virus of intimacy, turns the former brutal prison space into a newly created mutant space. Two weeks later, a certain Catholic union used the same space for a spiritual retreat, which is visible through the social welfare network (online). The way in which they treat the same location and its historical component supports a hybrid scenario, followed by scenography of Lost and Found, which speaks about the mutation of space and gestures.

with Katija Bušlje