DEAD END by Brigita Antoni
Dead End is an ongoing project developed by Montenegrin artist Brigita Antoni that contains a series of gifs that are a combination of photography taken in various landscapes in the south of Montenegro, and animated objects taken mostly from Instagram which the artist further refines. With this project Antoni recalls taking a moment to reflect upon our environmental changes pointing to all the weird and non-natural changes that are happening globally everyday due to the climate crisis.
This project also aims to unite the creative community and invites viewers to discover, share and experience digital artworks. 5 artworks are exhibited throughout Brooklyn in outdoor spaces, discover all of them using the event map below. In each location you will find a sticker with a QR Code to scan with your phone and enjoy the art!
The Dead End project promotes creativity and community building connecting the audiences across urban and online landscapes.
Check out highlights from the project on our Instagram @residencyunlimited and document your own experience on social media using the hashtag #DeadEnd.
This project was co-curated by Suha Cho and Silvia Lucca.
Brigita Antoni's residency is made possible with support from the Trust for Mutual Understanding. With thanks to Artbound Initiative. This program is also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council.