My latest work entitled [w]hole, simultaneously embodies resilience and fragility in exploring the concept of boundaries. While the sculptural installation, resembling a cage-like house constructed of elastic, plays with the notion of entrapment, the video juxtaposes, vast, potent and unlimited images of nature with the images of destruction and devastation. [w]hole reveals the tensions and ironies found in the confronting dynamics of perception, while exploring the transparencies of meanings.
Vessna Perunovich is an M.F.A graduate of University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia. She has exhibited both in Canada and Internationally. Her most recent work was shown at the XII Biennial of Cerveira in Portugal, IV International Cetinje Biennial in Yugoslavia and at TAG Gallery in Vancouver. Perunovich works in the variety of media ranging from paintings and sculptures to installation and video. She is recipient of a number of grants and awards and has been reviewed in numerous publications. Perunovich lives and works in Toronto, Canada.