To gather on the other side of the “common“ (common ground, common habitat, common values) that defines our coexistence. This could very well be the formula that echoes amidst the imagery imbued in the practice of Maja Smrekar—searching for ways to better understand, but even more importantly enact an alternative shared existence with beings that we characterise as animals. To do this is to question the very foundation that shapes our interspecies ties, but alas, to also mould and change it—to acknowledge our own becoming. An animal.

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Maja Smrekar

Beyond Domesticity

To gather on the other side of the “common“ (common ground, common habitat, common values) that defines our coexistence. This could very well be the formula that echoes amidst the imagery imbued in the practice of Maja Smrekar—searching for ways to better understand, but even more importantly enact an alternative shared existence with beings that we characterise as animals. To do this is to question the very foundation that shapes our interspecies ties, but alas, to also mould and change it—to acknowledge our own becoming. An animal.

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›Hybrid Family‹, 2016, photo Maja Smrekar, Manuel Vason
›Hybrid Family‹, 2016, photo Maja Smrekar, Manuel Vason

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