The "Interiors of Power" work is about images of institutionalised history as it manifests itself in the preserved objects and places of power in former Yugoslavia. Unlike the countries existence and the ideologies that have disappeared, the spaces remain untouched. The “White Court” has been used by every ruler of the country in the past 90 years and in the “Palace of Federation” I found fascinating that the salons are still named and decorated in the by the former Yugoslav Republics. It seems that these spaces are suspended of time and still have the same function even if what they represent does not exist anymore.
This work is a selection of photographs from 5 locations that cannot be accessed by the public and therefore opens these spaces up to the viewer. It gives insight to the remains of last centuries Yugoslav and Serbian Interior architecture of power.