Nika Radić
My Daily Room

An installation made for Berlin Weekly in 2016.

How do we spend our time? How much of it is private, how much public and can the two still be separated? My Daily Room is an installation presenting a private room in public space, but the room is not real. It is just a theatre setting, another spectacle like the ones we see in the media. There are no people on this stage, just footage from the media, repeating an unpleasant story we get tired of. The room is a potential space open to individual projections of fears and desires or possible performances.