Photographs, video work, antlers, sound work, silver party strips and paper cylinder filled with business newspaper.
Adjust was a solo exhibition in 101 Gallery. Jona Hlif used mixed media (photographs, video, antlers, sound, paper and other materials) to create an installation, which went well with the space. The central theme was a play with form, and the notion of adjustment, as the title suggests. A beak-shaped party hat was adapted to the space in various ways: painted on the floor in front of a self-portrait, which was placed behind silver-curtain covers. In a video a man was struggling to adapt the form to its face, and in a photograph another man stood naked, holding a beacon over his penis.
A catalogue containing writing and meditations on translations and the word ‘adjustment’ was published for the exhibition.